Category Archives: Presentations

Videos from “Community-University Partnerships in Boston: The Experience of the MIT-DUSP GreenHouse Studio”

If you missed the symposium last night, you can check the videos here! Part 1: A Plan for Sustainability in Fields Corner: the GreenHouse Studio Collaboration with VietAID Part 2: Community-University Partnerships in the Boston area: Opportunities for DUSP All … Continue reading

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DUyOT final presentation, May 2012

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Final presentation in Fields Corner

Last Wednesday, the DUSP team presented their work to Viet-AID´s Board of Directors and staff, members of other organizations from the area (including Green Dorchester, Fields Corner Main Streets and MAPC) and a couple of community members. After more than … Continue reading

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DUSP: Final skype presentation

Madrid Presentation May 8

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DUSP presentation: preliminary proposals

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DUyOT presentation: preliminary proposals

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13 March Madrid Presentation

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Second meeting and new documentation about Ciudad de los Ángeles

Hello to everyone, Firstly, I would want to apologize my delay on commenting about the second meeting. Referring to the second meeting, I am impressed about the high quality of your presentation, as well as about the very interesting urban … Continue reading

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Fields Corner neighborhood analysis- DUSP-MIT

Fields Corner neighborhood analysis- DUSP’MIT

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Ciudad de Los Angeles, by Daniel Morcillo, EMV

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