Urban prototypes, such as guerrilla wayfinding, DIY bike lanes, and pop-up parks, have emerged as cost-effective approaches to testing temporary, community-based ideas prior to investing in large-budget landscapes. In this session, learn how to take an idea from temporary prototype to permanent project.
Los Angeles, CA
Health, Safety and Welfare
Learn what urban prototyping is and why it has emerged as a new project phase within planning and design.
Discover landscape architecture based precedents where communities are resolving contemporary challenges using short-term prototypes to demonstrate and inspire long-term change.
Examine how to implement urban prototypes, including understanding opportunities and constraints such as small budgets, material selection, limited resources, and design vs. programming.
Understand opportunities for emerging professional to generate work and build portfolios through prototypes.
Nina ChaseNeil HrushowyMike LydonKimberly Garza Stanush
American Society of Landscape Architects