Planning June 2016

Planning June 2016

Planning probes below the surface with an intriguing cover story on planning for the subconscious. Authors Ann Sussman and Janice Ward explain how data obtained from eye tracking and other biometric technologies can help planners shape built environments that are interesting, pleasing, and informative for their human inhabitants.

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Mixed Income, Mixed Results

Developments that combine market-rate and affordable housing are common, but Craig Guillot asks how well that approach works.
 

Communities Wanted

A pro bono program helps planners give back. By Marijoan Bull, Deborah Meihoff, and Robert Paternoster.

Separated City

Lee Epstein travels to Cape Town, South Africa — 20 years after apartheid — and finds a still- segregated urban form.
 

Planning for the Subconscious

We can use eye tracking and other biometric tools to better understand ourselves. Ann Sussman and Janice M. Ward report.
 

 

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