Metropolis Magazine, in a story about the best sustainable design courses at universities, mentioned the USC Price School’s real estate development graduate course, “Design History and Criticism,’ taught by Liz Falletta.
One of the most interesting courses chosen is offered as part of a Real Estate Development program at the University of Southern California. A summer course that centers on design history & criticism, it aims to teach future real estate agents the value in investing in sustainable development. The course will result in design proposals for mid-rise infill development in urban Los Angeles. You can find all the winners here.
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