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People know more about their communities than any architect, planner, or developer can ever know. Now there’s a chance they’ll be heard.

By Susan S. Szenasy
Posted December 6, 2006

It’s a Saturday afternoon in late October when a full house assembles at the Center for Architecture in Manhattan. Experts in architecture, urban planning, graphic communication, digital imaging, and community activism have their say, each adding his or her remarkable knowledge to inform the process for producing the center’s Public Information Exchange (PIE) program, scheduled to debut in 2007 in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the founding of the American Institute of Architects. As ambitious as the city whose growth it will document, PIE will focus on future development in New York; it will solicit professional and community feedback, and in the process create a database on how the twenty-first-century metropolis evolves in the footprint of the old city. (...)

Fonte: MetropolisMag
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