CNU 22 – Presentations

The following presentations were given at CNU 22 in Buffalo, NY, June 5-7.

THURSDAY, JUNE 5
9:00-10:00 | Andrés Duany: Introduction to Lean Urbanism
10:00-10:30 | Andrew Frey: From Landlord to Leanlord
Break – Plenary and Lunch
1:30-2:00 | Sandy Sorlien: Lean Development Codes: Pink, Pocket, and Smart
2:00-2:30 | JP Faber, Andrés Duany: Gulliver’s Web – A Book of Lean Case Studies
2:30-3:00 | Nancy Bruning: Towards a Lean Urbanism
3:00-3:30 | Brian Lemmerman: Lean Sprawl Repair – Mall Retrofit
3:30-4:00 | Senen Antonio: Lean Interpretations from Philippine Vernacular Architecture
4:00-4:30 | Marina Khoury: Leaning Toward Live-Work Units
4:30-5:00 | Patrick Pinnell: Persistence – A History of Lean Land Use Attitudes
5:00-5:30 | Nancy Bruning: Lean Exercise Spaces – Open Gyms

FRIDAY, JUNE 6
9:00-10:00 | Lean Scan – Assessment tool for finding opportunities to build and develop
Hank Dittmar: Introduction to the Lean Scan
David Brain: Finding social and community assets and associations
Scott Bernstein: Using data for urban and economic analysis
10:00-10:30 | Doug Kelbaugh: Lean, Energy-Efficient Buildings
Break – Plenary and Lunch
1:30-2:00 | David Brain: Lean Charrettes
2:00-2:30 | Dan Slone: Legislation Affecting Lean Urbanism
2:30-3:00 | Ann Daigle: Lean Opportunity Resides in Small Towns
3:00-3:30 | Ann Daigle: Lean Business of Place-Based Enterprise
3:30-4:00 | Bruce Donnelly: Lean Ethics – The Injustice
4:00-4:30 | Paul Crabtree: Lean Infrastructure
4:30-5:00 | Mark Nickita: The Story of Lean Detroit
5:00-5:30 | Sara Hines: The Camp Meeting Movement – Lean Archetype

SATURDAY, JUNE 7
9:00-9:30 | Aaron Parker: The CNU Charter Through a Lean Lens
9:30-10:00 | Robert Orr: The Problems with LEED
10:00-10:30 | Howard Blackson: Woodbury MRED – Lean Education
Break – Plenary and Lunch
2:00-2:30 | Steve Mouzon: Lean Green