Emerging Urban Designers Forum

  • 05:26:29 pm on January 20, 2010 | 0

    Forum 8, February 24th, 2010: Public Open Space Charrette for Hollywood @ Hollywood Community Studio CRA/LA

    In 2010, the Emerging Urban Designers Forum will focus on open space in Los Angeles. We will explore and envision how ideas and projects for public open space have the potential to evolve and shape this city.

    February’s Forum brainstormed and discussed the opportunities for public open space in Hollywood. Participants were encouraged to bring their ideas and expertise to this informal mini-charrette hosted by the Hollywood Community Studio.

    6:30 pm: Site Visit at Hudson and Hollywood
    The forum started off with a site visit at Hudson and Hollywood at 6.30pm. Meeting point was at the northwestern corner of Hollywood and Hudson in front of the Hillview Apartments. The Forum continued at the Community Studio at 7pm.

    7 pm: Charrette at the Hollywood Community Studio
    The mini-charrette focused on the opportunity of Hudson Avenue, just off the Walk of Fame, as a small public open space and more broadly on public spaces in Hollywood. Jessica Cowley, from the Community Studio, talked about the site and the possibility of creative open space development in the area.

    Hollywood Community Studio
    6671 Sunset Boulevard, #1517 in the Crossroads of the World Complex
    Los Angeles, CA

    8.15 pm: The Social @ Stout Burgers and Beer
    Stout Burgers and Beer
    1544 North Cahuenga Blvd
    Los Angeles, CA‎ 90028

    We encourage everyone to take the Metro Red Line to Hollywood and Highland Station or to bike.


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