We've published a toolkit allowing anyone to organize events where local creatives team up with civic leaders to solve real-life urban challenges.
Vendors and creatives have devised a plan to combat and alter the archaic laws suppressing the growth of the food truck community in New Orleans.
At an event held at the 13th International Architecture Biennale in Venice, Italy, three teams of architects presented their concepts for the city.
An update from Dallas: The Elmwood Neighborhood Revitalization team works with a local community to create a renewed sense of vibrancy in its streets.
An unlikely solution from a L.A. furniture designer allowed a homelessness campaign to reduce their processing times to house the homeless by 40%.
Hurricane Katrina decreased access to healthy food by more than half in New Orleans. How to get fresh local food into the hands of those who need it?
GOOD Ideas for Cities taps creative problem solvers to tackle real urban challenges and present the solutions at live events across the country.
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Revitalizing a City Pier
Hyphae Design’s Brent Bucknum amped the crowd with a solution to Dan Hodapp’s challenge from the Port of San Francisco to transform Pier 27 into an asset for the city.Read More →