Urban Design Forum, an independent membership organization, works to advance bold solutions to urban challenges. The membership is comprised of architects, landscape architects, planners, developers, public officials, scholars, activists, lawyers, and journalists who are committed to building dynamic, equitable, and resilient cities around the world.
The 2016 Class of Fellows includes a diverse pool of individuals who are leading significant projects in the New York region including the expansion of the Second Avenue Subway and designing the renovation of the New York Public Library's Stephen A. Schwarzman Building; working in cities around the world from Mexico City to Taipei; promoting bus rapid transit in Guangzhou and Cebu; designing mixed-use neighborhoods in Las Vegas and Singapore; building transit centers in Atlanta; and redeveloping industrial campuses in eastern Pennsylvania.
Congratulations to all those welcomed to the 2016 Class of Fellows! To learn more about the new fellows visit: urbandesignforum.org.