Charles Wolfe: Seeing the Better City
Charles Wolfe from Seattle is the author of Urbanism without Effort speaks about his new book, Seeing the Better City where he highlights how the perspective of the observer is key to understanding the dynamics of urban space.
He will offer contemporary examples and guidance on how to use carefully recorded and organised observations as a tool to create change in urban planning conversations and practice.
Charles R. (Chuck) Wolfe provides a unique, broad-based perspective about cities as an urbanist writer, Seattle-based land use attorney, photographer, and affiliate associate professor.
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