Hartford 400: Overview

A river-centered vision for the Connecticut Valley and its capital city

Hartford 400: River Road

Barriers become gateways to the river, increasing from two to thirteen

Hartford 400: Midtown East Hartford

The land-eating “Mixmaster” becomes a new riverfront district

Hartford 400: The Hartline

A divisive freeway trench becomes a greenway for North Hartford and beyond

La Brea Tar Pits Museum

Ice Age old bones, now in a bright modernist setting

Burlington Great Streets Initiative

Burlington’s Main Street serves as an important gateway into the downtown, and a vital connection between the waterfront and the University of Vermont.

Bushnell Park North & Horace Bushnell Promenade

As part of the iQuilt plan, Hartford narrows a road to create a new promenade along a historic park edge

The iQuilt Plan for Downtown Hartford

The nationally acclaimed culture-based urban design plan reimagines downtown Hartford as a walkable cultural district

Palisades Charter High School Gateway

A growing suburban charter high school rethinks its front door, and gets a green promenade

The Arc: Building A Palestinian State

Developed by RAND and Suisman, this widely acclaimed vision and strategy would help a prospective Palestinian state emerge, and succeed

A New Media Arts Campus for Vancouver

Emily Carr University of Art and Design moves to the Great Northern Way media campus with a new urban vision

Santa Monica Third Street Promenade Upgrades

Downtown Santa Monica Inc. is upgrading and reconceiving its street infrastructure and furnishings

Downtown Hartford Wayfinding System

The first iQuilt project, this low-cost high-impact strategy uses existing infrastructure to help people discover downtown Hartford, on foot

Canyon School

A historic elementary school brightens its campus with color and imagery

Bushnell Performing Arts Campus Master Plan

Hartford’s venerable concert hall Is transforming the neighborhood...and itself

Hartford’s Church Street Master Plan

A new vision for Church and Main, where theater, commerce, cathedral, and college meet

Tower Square: A New Civic Space for Hartford

As part of the iQuilt plan, an existing corporate plaza is transformed into a true public square, and a front door for a distinguished art museum

Reimagining the Children’s Museum

The Association of Children’s Museums sees the museum as a new public square, with multiple linkages to the outdoors and surrounding community

Reimagining the Zimmer Children’s Museum

The Zimmer, a hidden treasure, comes out of its basement setting and looks for the right urban setting and built form to carry on its institutional mission

North Hollywood Station Master Plan

Los Angeles’s new commitment to mass transit finds a symbol in this multimodal Metro hub and mixed-use development

Rebuilding Pittsburgh’s Lost Downtown

Instigated by the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh, a vaguely remembered era of destruction provides the poetry, and premise, for a revival of Allegheny City

LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes Master Plan

A new cultural institution reshapes El Pueblo, the most historic urban landscape in Los Angeles

Nordhavnen: A New District For Copenhagen

An international competition for docklands in the heart of Copenhagen yields a sweeping vision of urbanity on the Øresund

Los Angeles First Street Master Plan

Instigated by Project Restore and the City of Los Angeles, the plan spans from Bunker Hill to Boyle Heights, connecting Mozart to Mariachi

A Wellness Center Prototype For Qatar

The wealthy Gulf nation looks to RAND and Suisman for a new model of delivering health care to its less privileged workers

A District Master Plan For Los Angeles City Hall

With its Civic Crossroads plan, Project Restore seeks to connect the landmark city hall building to its historic roots in El Pueblo, just three blocks away

Metro Rapid System Graphics and Architecture

The country’s first comprehensive BRT (bus rapid transit) project has striking graphics and shelters

Los Angeles Civic Center Master Plan

The Ten-Minute Diamond plan reconceives a government ghetto as a walkable cultural district

Grand Central Market Court

In downtown Los Angeles, a former loading dock and parking lot becomes a colorful landscaped terrace, with a view

Gateway Signs for Downtown L.A.

LADOT asks Suisman to transform freeway infrastructure into a collection of urban gates