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Architect Michael Sorkin

What will cities look like in 10 years? According to architect Michael Sorkin, they'll look how we want them to...

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Michael Sorkin

Michael Sorkin

This hour on Focus, host Jim Meadows talks with renowned architect, architecture critic, author and teacher Michael Sorkin about his work with design on the city level. Will some of the redevelopment that's happened as the US pulls out of the recession, like what has happened in New York City for example, continue? What's the best way to continue to stimulate that redevelopment and growth? During this interview, Sorkin talks about the redevelopment of cities and the trend away from people living in suburbia. Meadows also talks with him about transportation and why more and more people are utilizing public buses and trains.

He’s speaking on campus at the University of Illinois Thursday, November 7 at 7:00 p.m. in the Plym Auditorium in Temple Buell Hall and will be delivering a lecture, “The City After Now.”

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