When journalist Patti Brown (LF ’10) covered the annual cross border musical event called Fandango Fronterizo in San Diego and Tijuana, her Loeb connection with Jim Brown (LF ’09) and his wife Isabel netted her a place to stay and … read more
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Doebele Fellow Andres Quinche (MUP/MLA ’19) is walking the streets of Washington, DC, as part of his work with the DC Office of Planning this summer on two meaningful research projects. His update on his activities is in the Harvard … read more
Ten years ago, Aaron Naparstek (LF ’12), along with Mark Gorton and videographer Clarence Eckerson, set about to shake up the status quo that privileged motor vehicles over every other form of transportation and put pedestrians and bikers at risk … read more
Deanna Van Buren (LF '13) and her business partner Kyle Rawlins have been awarded an Echoing Green Fellowship for their organization Designing Justice + Designing Spaces. They launched the architecture and real estate development practice to redress equities in the built … read more
When he launched the UN rooftop garden in 2015, Arif Khan (LF ’16), demonstrated how a simple idea and a relatively small intervention could have large ramifications in setting “an example for urban land stewardship in the heart of Manhattan.” … read more
It was a mini Loeb reunion at the recent event to announce the 4 finalists of the Memorials for the Future design competition. Marcel Acosta (LF ’01) represented the National Capital Planning Commission, one of the sponsors, and Brent Leggs … read more
Deanna Van Buren’s (LF ' 13) projects have the tendency to send out runners and grow new forms, even before they’re fully mature.
Kimberly Driggins offered her definition of creative placemaking for Urban Land Institute’s recent Housing Opportunity Conference. Read about the event in "Creative Placemaking’s Positive Impact on Community Development."
New America’s Resilient Communities program is seeking a Deputy Director to manage the program’s initiatives. Resilient Communities strengthens the work of local groups and leaders confronting systemic inequities, building opportunities, and adapting to the risks and stresses caused by climate … read more
Marcel Acosta (LF ’01) wrote with a heads-up that the National Capital Planning Commission has announced the top 30 candidates of the Memorials of the Future competition. “We will make the 30 finalists announcement at our June 8th event. The … read more