Beall's Hill Charrette Website
for 2001 Knight Program charrette in Macon, Georgia.
online resource for charrette information and web-based public participation
tools for community design projects, founded by Peter J. Musty, a 2001 Knight
Congress for the New Urbanism Website
for the Congress for the New Urbanism.
Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company
Website for the noted architecture and town planning firm; site includes
background information on New Urbanist principles as well as bibliographies.
Funders' Network for Smart Growth
and Livable Communities Resource dedicated to strengthening
philanthropic funders' abilities to support and connect organizations working to
promote smart growth.
International Network for
Traditional Building, Architecture, and Urbanism (INTBAU) This
independent association promotes cooperation between all those who design, make,
or enjoy traditional buildings, architecture, and places.
The John S. and James L. Knight
Foundation The Knight Program is funded by the John S. and James L.
Knight Foundation, which promotes excellence in journalism worldwide and invests
in the vitality of 26 U.S. communities.
Live-Work This website provides
information and resources on the topic of live-work. It was created by Thomas
Dolan Architecture, an Oakland, California firm that specializes in making
New Plazas for New
Mexico Website for Knight Program sponsored symposium held October
19-21, 2001 in Santa Fe. The symposium explored the potential to reuse, revalue,
and reintroduce plazas as community gathering places.
New Urban News New Urban
News, published eight times per year, covers a range of topics related to New
Urbanism. The website includes articles from back issues and the current issue
as well as an introduction to New Urbanism.
New Urbanism Extremely
informative website on New Urbanism.
Urbanism Bibliography Comprehensive online list of books and articles
related to New Urbanism, compiled by Dhiru A. Thadani, a 2001 Knight Fellow.
Smart City Radio
Program A weekly public radio talk show that "takes an in-depth
look at urban life, the people, places, ideas and trends shaping cities." Hosted
by Carol Coletta.
The Town Paper This is a
quarterly publication about traditional neighborhood development. The publisher
also produces customized publications such as pre- and post-charrette papers for
University of Miami School of
Architecture School of Architecture's website, with information about
academic programs, faculty, and a selection of student work.
Image: From the Beall's Hill charrette, the proposed plan for restoration
of Tattnall Square Park