2013 Case Studies in Urban Development
About the CSUD Series
Cornell's Case Studies in Urban Development (CSUD) is an annual symposium focused on the interdisciplinary nature of complex urban projects. The case study series examines economic and political catalysts for development; the dynamic processes of land use regulation; the cultural and social contexts and frictions of urban transformation; and the architectural, landscape, and infrastructure design aspects that attend any large-scale urban project. Begun in 2006, past CSUD symposia have examined urban development in Seattle, London, San Francisco, Washington, DC, and Songdo IBD, South Korea. CSUD is hosted by Cornell's College of Architecture, Art, and Planning and involves students and faculty from multiple disciplines including landscape architecture, planning, architecture, real estate, fine art, and urban design.
The symposium is made possible through the support of Matthew L. Witte (B.Arch. '79).
The series is sponsored by AAP and the Baker Program in Real Estate.
Past CSUD Programs
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