In 2005 a team of CRP students was one of the finalists in the Cool Cities urban design national competition for the revitalization of an area in downtown Jackson, MI. The team developed a strong and feasible proposal marked by its contextual design. In this article, Craig Minus, one of the participants, writes about the competition and comments on their design vision and on the major features of their competition entry.
"Cool Cities - Urban Design Competition: Urban Revitalization in Jackson, MI,"
1, Article 17.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/focus/vol3/iss1/17