Guiding Architecture in Pasadena
Pasadena’s quality of life and character are an inspiration to many and a key to the City’s future economic vitality. A delicate balance must be struck in providing a predictable, efficient development process with the need to preserve and enhance our City’s historic architecture and unique place.
What tools are available to guide new architecture toward achieving this balance?
John will discuss some approaches using examples–including several projects as they came in to and out of Pasadena’s design review process.
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