Designing Integrated Neighbourhoods

In this course, you’ll study the elements and principles of integrated neighbourhoods. We will delve into the issues confronting innovation, design requirements, and key tools and techniques. We'll also examine practical methods for beginning to retrofit existing neighbourhoods and creating new integrated neighbourhoods on green field sites.

This course is available at the following time(s) and location(s):

Campus Session(s) Instructor(s) Cost Seats available  
Vancouver 2 Michael von Hausen
Paul Fenske
Jessie Gresley-Jones
$700.00 45 Register

What will I learn?

In this course, you’ll do the following:

  • Review the history of neighbourhood planning and design
  • Define a complete community
  • Discuss innovative trends in neighbourhood planning and design in cities, suburbs and rural areas
  • Analyze local case studies
  • Apply what you learn in a team studio on neighbourhood making that explores conceptual alternatives for designing integrated neighbourhoods

How will I learn?

  • Lectures
  • Case studies
  • Small group discussions
  • Applied exercises
  • Group presentations
  • Assignments

Who should take this course?

  • Planners, architects, and landscape architects
  • Engineers, real estate developers, and building technicians
  • Elected officials and local government administrators
  • NGO staff, financiers, and lawyers
  • Community organizers and advocates

How will I be evaluated?

Your grade will be based on a take-home assignment.

Textbooks and learning materials

We will provide custom course materials.

Professional development credits

  • AIBC CES participants, PIBC members, and BCSLA members may self-report for continuing education learning unit consideration.

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