TURBO seeks to make permanent change through temporary pop-up installations in the built environment. TURBO is part of the Nashville Civic Design Center’s Reclaiming Public Space Initiative. It is comprised of volunteers who make several committees that meet at least once a month. The committees meet together on the second Tuesday of every month to discuss happenings (projects, publications, new ideas, etc.) of the group as a whole. Join the Movement!
Posted on January 19, 2017
As Nashville’s economy and population booms, creating new opportunities for transit will help keep our communities healthy and prosperous. Currently, Nashville is a car-centric city leaving most of its people with the automobile as the only option for transportation. As driving costs, obesity rates, and the median age of the population continue to increase, providing transportation options becomes a priority to ensure public health and continued mobility.
Posted on September 30, 2016
A look at the UTK College of Architecture 2016 Summer Studio's project focusing on envisioning the Neuhoff Campus in East Germantown.
Posted on July 5, 2016
Nashville has an increasing and diverse demand for affordable housing. Past and current growth trends have led to concentrated poverty and gentrification throughout the city. As these issues are seen across the U.S., Daniel Parolek identifies “Missing Middle” housing as a solution to this mismatch between current U.S. housing and shifting demographics.