Guide good urban form through a regulatory framework, attend FBC 201: Placemaking With Form-Based Codes

FBC 201: Placemaking With Form-Based Codes

Thursday and Friday, April 21-22, 2016

Provo City Hall
351 W. Center St.
Provo, UT 84601
United States

Approval pending for 16 AICP CM, AIA CES, LA CES, CNU-A

This two-day course provides an in-depth understanding of how to guide good urban form through a regulatory framework. Participants learn to create form-based codes by drawing upon an area’s best urban elements to conceptualize the elements that shape public space and community character. Instructors delve into the basics of urban form, combining lecture and case studies with “hands-on” participatory exercises in the essential tasks of coding.

The course uses presentations and interactive discussions to enhance participants’ knowledge of urban design at the scale of the building and building types, the street and street types, the block and the neighborhood. Participants work together to apply theory and practice as they create a vision and regulatory elements of plan for an illustrative area. Instructors and panelists discuss unexpected design challenges, and explore design possibilities for greenfield sites, redevelopment areas, already built-out communities and regional plans.

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