Doug Suisman joins key Hartford leaders on WNPR to talk about the ongoing efforts to revitalize downtown Hartford, through the efforts of the State of Connecticut, the City of Hartford, business interests, and cultural institutions, including the iQuilt Partnership:Read More
“Doug Suisman’s Los Angeles Boulevard is making me look at the city in totally new ways…there are revelations at every turn, and the writing is as powerful and poetic as anything I’ve come across in awhile.”
See the full commentary below by Josh Kun, Associate Professor of Communication and Journalism, USC Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism.
Suisman’s conceptual master plan for the campus of the Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts has landed on the top of the front page of the Hartford Courant. The newspaper devoted several pages to the project, and to the history of Hartford’s landmark cultural center. The project is being developed in concert with the State of Connecticut, which owns most of the surrounding properties.Read More
Daniel Windsor, a recent graduate of USC School of Architecture and a designer at Suisman Urban Design, has been admitted to the Master of Urban Design program at Columbia University. Daniel will move to New York for at least the duration of his three-semester program. He has worked on numerous Suisman projects, and will be missed. We send him our best wishes for success.Read More
In December 2003, Anastasia Likaitou-Sideris, chair of the Urban Planning department at UCLA, invited Doug Suisman to teach a course on Urban Design and Transportation. Suisman focused the 10-week seminar on Bus Rapid Transit and Transit-Oriented Development. 33 graduate planning students took the class.Read More