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SA+P Professor Talks Temporary Urbanism and Postindustrial Appropriations in Three Cities

Daniel CampoMSU Associate Professor and Program Director of City and Regional Planning Daniel Campo spoke at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in mid-February, as part of “Not Built to Last,” a panel about temporary urbanism and Les Grands Voisins project in Paris. Professor Campo will continue to share his perspectives on the temporary as well as the undesigned and unplanned with appearances this month at the New School University, in New York City, and the Kansas City Design Center, in Kansas City, Mo.

Information on his talk at the Kansas City Design Center, “Postindustrial Appropriations: DIY Approaches to the Reuse of Obsolete Places in the American City,” can be found here: http://www.kcdesigncenter.org/events/daniel-campo.

View the video of “Not Built to Last” at MIT here: https://www.pscp.tv/w/1ynKOAgEQvZJR.

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