Yours, mine, ours: A community conversation
The boundary between Boston’s public and private spaces is not a bright line but a negotiable realm of partnerships and special arrangements. Private and commercial interests are increasingly responsible for nominally “public” areas and benefits that may be unknown to the average citizen—especially along the waterfront. In association with the publication of "Public/Private," the BSA and ArchitectureBoston will be holding a public forum in the coming weeks to further discuss some of the issues raised in the magazine.
Join a distinguished panel of architects, academics and advocates to explore how to make sure these public/private arrangements work for everyone. A reception will follow the discussion.
Matthew J. Kiefer, Goulston & Storrs
Steven Cecil AIA ASLA, The Cecil Group
Jerold S. Kayden, Harvard Graduate School of Design
Vivien Li, The Boston Harbor Association
Don Briggs, Federal Realty Investment Trust
Sponsored by the BSA in association with ArchitectureBoston magazine’s spring 2015 issue, "Public/Private."
For those who qualify, 2.0 LUs are available
Image: ArchitectureBoston spring 2015 cover, Public/Private.