Agenda for an urban century

January 1, 2017 Harold Madi

Harold Madi introduces five themes for 21st Century urban places—walkable, contextual, flexible, diverse, and green—in this Ontario Planning Journal article 

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Harold Madi

Located in downtown Toronto, Harold Madi leads our newly-formed Canadian Urban Places Group, bringing more than 20 years of urban planning and urban design experience.

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