Local Economy Design Studio

In part two of this course, we settle down to designing the local economy. We employ the design method of architect Chris Alexander, Pattern Language, available online.

New participants will be instructed in the use of the pattern language method prior to the restart of meetings in January.

Schedule: To meet monthly or bi-weekly during the summer. Beginning TBD on a mutually convenient weeknight.
Location: We meet three blocks from the Lechmere T-station, eastern Cambridge. It's really convenient.
Cost: pay what you can, but suggested contribution is $12/hour of class time/student.
Lead researcher/teacher: Eric Buck

To enroll, or email to ebuck (at) corvidcollege (dot) com.

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