Remaking Cities Institute - Carnegie Mellon University

Remaking Cities Institute

The Remaking Cities Institute (RCI) is the urban design research center of the Carnegie Mellon School of Architecture.  It conducts international research in place-making, citizen participation planning processes, and sustainable development.

Established in 2006, RCI expands participatory urban design practices through curriculum development, interdisciplinary urban design research, and cross-disciplinary partnerships.  Its mission is to catalyze sustainable urban futures and promote excellence in participatory urban design.  It is a key collaborator in Pittsburgh's revitalization and provides a forum for leading urbanists to collaborate around the most significant challenges for cities.

Donald Carter (Director of RCI) talks about the need for diversity in architecture in April's Architect Magazine

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Calling all high schoolers: Interested in urban design and architecture? 

Architecture Building Communities Week is July 6-10. Registration is limited, register online today!

UDream 2015

Over 300 leading urbanists from North America and Europe attended the Remaking Cities Congress on the future of post-industrial cities.

Remaking Cities Congress