02 May 2008
Planning Harvard ~ From 2020 to 2050 & Beyond
Given our interest at the Institute in thinking about what MIT 2020 might look like -- or rather, ought to be like -- it's good to see what our wealthy up-river "rival" has formally proposed to the powers-that-be in Boston. In the multi-decade master plan framework for Allston, Harvard University proposes a sustainable, interdisciplinary campus. The overview rendering of Harvard in 2050 has several compelling features, including tunneling the riverside roadways thus creating true pedestrian parks along the Charles. That's what we need in front of MIT -- to create Memorial Park by depressing Mem Drive underneath! Our own Little Big-Dig, only much cheaper and more effective!
Posted by Joost Bonsen at 20:27
Labels: 2050, Design, Ecology, Future, Globe, Harvard, MIT, Planning, River, Urban, Vital Cities, Vitality
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