Undergraduate Planning & Design

Washington, DC: Federal District

This project was completed over the course of one semester. The premise of this project was to create a new master plan for the nation’s new capital city, given the premise that Washington, D.C. is sinking. The project team, Michael Panchery and Izabell Wilk, placed the new capital in the city of Tulsa, Oklahoma– a centrally-located region of the United States. This new capital city, the Federal District, strives to serve as a global leader in sustainability, research, development, and politics.

Spring 2020 Planning and Design

Drawing upon real-world urban development issues to provoke discussion of today’s community development challenges, students gained an understanding of how sustainable communities have long term benefits to the economy, public health and the natural environment by designing redevelopment sites to achieve community health.

Spring 2020 Planning and Design Studio: Brooklyn Navy Yard

Undergraduate students working prepared a comprehensive plan for the redevelopment of the Brooklyn Navy Yard, addressing economic, environmental, public health, and sustainability issues for both the redevelopment of the BNY and the surrounding community.


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