Prefabricated platforms are helping cities experiment with bus infrastructure, without spending so much time and money.
Research finds a significant link between the walkability of a city and the health risk of the people who live there.
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NCDC recently partnered with LP Building Products to support a wood-based urban design studio with students from the University of Tennessee College of Architecture and Design.
With a 45-day window to purchase their newly up-for-sale building, tenants of the 10-story 153-unit affordable housing development were able to purchase and rehab their building, with no one being forced to move or relocate.
The curator of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture takes some time to explain why design is a critical part of the post-1968 urban and suburban landscape—and the museum itself.
Benches and greenery may seem inconsequential, but a new study quantifies how deeply they impact the civic life of a city.
Could the Mayor's Transit Plan improve Nashville's Health? The Tennessee based and nonpartisan Sycamore Institute sheds some light on how our transportation and transit systems impacts our health.
Fourth year architecture students from the University of Tennessee participated in the Nashville Civic Design Center's Urban Design Studio challenge co-sponsored by LP Building Products to concept a wood-framed, high-rise multi-use structure in Nashville, as seen in this model. (Photo: Business Wire)