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UC Plans Presented to Caspar
On Sunday, December 8th, at 3pm in the Caspar Community Center, the "Charrette Group" under University of California Professor Randy Hester's direction will reveal their new plans for "Caspar from the Center Out.
Caspar Village Plan archives
Judy Tarbell volunteered to invite the internationally known community design team of Randy Hester and Marcia McNally to help us deliberate on this.
Two dozen Casparadoes, the hardy students, and their professor, Randy Hester, walked the town in the rain and discussed possibilities.
On Sunday afternoon, February 22nd, we met again with Randy
, and his
students, filled out lengthy questionnaires, brainstormed maps in small groups about 'sacred places' and design possibilities, then shared our findings.
The preliminary results from our two-day charrette with the Berkeley graduate students and their professor, Randy Hester
were on display over the weekend in What's Afoot, across the street from the Caspar Shul.
At 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, September 13th, more than 80 members of the Caspar Community convened to view the three plans and hear the presentation of University of California (Berkeley) Professor Randy Hester explain the plans.
Randall T. Hester is ...
Randall T. Hester is professor and past chair, Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, University of California, Berkeley; and co-founder of SAVE International.
is quite right to point out the double standards to environmental issues that we regularly suffer from in the western world.
Earth Island Institute: Earth Island Journal - Spring 2003
In September 2002, SAVE members Randy Hester and Barbara Butler traveled to Taiwan to speak at an ecotourism workshop sponsored by Magistrate Su.
Member News | ACSP: Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning
The MIT School of Architecture + Planning has named landscape architect/sociologist Randolph Hester the winner of the 2011 Kevin Lynch Award.
The award is presented biannually for outstanding scholarship and/or practice in urban design, planning and landscape design.
Hester is Professor Emeritus of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning and Urban Design at UC Berkeley.
Hester is a founder of the research movement to apply sociology to the design of neighborhoods, cities and landscapes.
work extends Lynch's legacy by focusing on the role of citizens in community design and ecological planning.
Professor Hester is a strong advocate for community participation in the development of what he calls ecological democracies and sacred landscapes - spaces that grow from true understanding of a local community's needs and the potential of its resources.
During his thirty years as a professor Berkeley, Hester served as Chair of Berkeley's Department of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Planning.
authored ten books and numerous articles on citizen participation and socially democratic planning, including Neighborhood Space (1975), Planning Neighborhood Space with People (1982), Community Design Primer (1990) and most recently Design for Ecological Democracy (2006).
According to Amy Glasmeier, head of MIT's Department of Urban Studies and Planning, "The receipt of the Lynch award recognizes Randy Hester's contribution to the valuation of the citizen's view of his or her community and how this perspective is a vital component to urban design."
The award will be presented to Hester
on April 8 at 5:30PM in MIT's
Media Lab Complex, 20 Ames Street, Cambridge, MA.