The five 2017 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence (RBA) medalists provide powerful examples of the ability of the public sector to lead, inspire, and invest in places.
The popular new public space, a finalist for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, is part of Mayor Emanuel’s “Building on Burnham” initiative.
A finalist for the 2017 Rudy Bruner Award, the Bruce C. Bolling Municipal Building integrates a public school headquarters, neighborhood retail, and transit into a new community hub.
Once the site of an abandoned steel mill, the SteelStacks Arts and Cultural Campus, a finalist for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, is now a remarkable mixed-use district in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
A finalist for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, the Iberville Offsite Rehabs are 46 historic homes rehabilitated for formerly homeless women and children in New Orleans' Seventh Ward and Treme neighborhoods.
The campus, a finalist for the Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence, is one of several major public investments redefining the identity of Los Angeles as a clean tech leader and sustainable urban center.
The Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence recognizes Silver Medalist projects such as Uptown District in Cleveland and Falls Park in Greenville, South Carolina.
Recognizing and awarding projects that show a clear passion for community and public/private partnerships.
The five 2015 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence medalists illustrate that it’s possible for good design to have significant social impact, tackling big issues like the quality of public education, homelessness, and public health.
The next stop for the Bruner Foundation team on their tour of site visits was in Greenville, South Carolina, where a forgotten 40-foot tall waterfall was transformed into an urban oasis and centerpiece for the city.
Concerns for locally sourced food and community building come together in the Grand Rapids Downtown Market in West Michigan.
Quixote Village is a self-managed community that provides permanent, supportive housing for homeless adults.
In the first of five site visits, the Bruner Foundation drops in on a factory-turned-mixed-use development in downtown Baltimore.
American design, planning, and development leaders consider the future of our cities
Big Ideas from the 2014 Bruner Loeb Forum in Boston
Public leadership and collaboration advance ambitious visions at the Rudy Bruner Award ceremony for Urban Excellence.
Advancing the conversation on the architecture and planning community’s involvement with communities everywhere
It takes more than great design professionals to create great places; it takes community
Neglected urban spaces unite people, skills, and communities
Historic industrial site becomes a multi-purpose community campus
Transforming industrial land along the Ohio River
Healthy eating for a distressed urban neighborhood
Via Verde, affordable housing and sustainable development
Dispatches from the field: Congo Street Initiative, Dallas