The University of Maryland Historic Preservation Program and Cornell University's Clarence Stein Institute present:
The Influence of Clarence Stein's Designs Today
June 4, 2011
Clarence Stein Scholars from planned communities across the country will discuss the history of these communities, current concerns on sustainability, and ideas about smart growth in the 21st Century.
Clarence Stein (1882-1975) was an American architect, urban planner, author (Toward New Towns for America, 1951), and the designer of Greenbelt and other planned Garden City communities.
Open to the Public
For information or registration, contact:
Tom Hardej (firstname.lastname@example.org)
(Limited space is available for site visits on Sunday, June 5th)