The Mayor’s Institute: Excellence in City Design

pdf of book
Authors:
Russell, James S,
Contributors:
Robbins, Mark
Publication:
Washington, D.C. : National Endowment for the Arts, 2002
124p.

Founded in 1986, the Mayors’ Institute is a program that turns mayors into design advocates by bringing them together with top designers in intensive three-day sessions. The history of this program is best described in another NEA document, “The Mayors’ Institute on City Design.” In contrast, this booklet was created as a resource for mayors, but is of equal interest to anyone concerned with the creation of more livable cities. It offers guidance on using architecture, landscape architecture, art, urban design, and planning to improve the public realm.

Subjects:
Public architecture--United States
Public spaces--United States
City planning--United States