Wednesday, July 29, 2015

HPR-2: The Conversation

"Walk through Honolulu's Chinatown and the clashes of building styles and ways of life quickly come into view. Chinatown's community came together last month for the Chinatown Action Summit. Since then, an organization that goes by the acronym SHADE - that stands for Sustainable Humanitarian Architecture Design for the Earth- has offered workshops to follow up on City-sponsored Summit. Part of the makeover mix includes an urban planning and design technique- that's part of movement in other cities. SHADE founder and architect Dean Sakamoto is here to school us in Urban Acupuncture." HPR-2
Click the following link to listen to the conversation: