KZF hosts APA and CNU lunch on technologies disrupting Urban Planning

KZF hosts APA and CNU lunch on technologies disrupting Urban Planning
16
May

Hacked, disrupted and put back together.

Urbanism for the Smart City: Building Better Neighborhoods in the Internet Age

KZF Design hosted the American Planning Association (APA) Ohio, Cincinnati Section and the Congress for New Urbanism (CNU) Midwest for a lunch and education session focused on how the internet is changing how we plan and what we plan for. Explore how the internet is reshaping cities and what planning profession can do to thoughtfully incorporate technology’s widespread influence into thriving places that support life’s daily needs.

More than 20 planners and designers stopped by the KZF offices to hear Joe Nickol of MKSK share how we might proactively incorporate this new disruptive technology into cities and create communities that are attractive places to live in the long term.