Co-Create Downtown Calgary shares 1,000 Ideas to transform the heart of the city.
What's in this issue:
Read a project comment by Dr. Jim Dewald, dean of the Haskayne School of Business, University of Calgary, and dive into ideas No. 1-250.
1,000 Little Things (1LT) is an initiative to brainstorm possible future versions of
Downtown Calgary's economic, physical and social configuration. It is not about a big, singular plan. Reflecting past approaches that shaped the current shape of Downtown Calgary, it is about small, interconnected pieces of a greater vision a shared, accessible, inclusive and, most of all, active and proud city centre. In Calgary, big things are built from multitudes of contributions. This collection
of ideas for the downtown marks a milestone and can serve as a pool for further discussion towards strategic implementation. Growing out of an academic exercise, we hope to mobilize interest and engagement from various stakeholders involved in shaping Downtown Calgary's future.
Project supported by:
University of Calgary; School of Architecture Planning and Landscape; The Richard Parker Initiative; urbanista; NEXTCalgary