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New FBC 101 on Planetizen!

New FBC 101 on Planetizen!

Planetizen Courses and FBCI partner to create “Form-Based Codes 101” training series

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The Frontier of Form-Based Codes

The Frontier of Form-Based Codes

Form-based codes are being tested further up the scale as key tools in regional planning.

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Form-Based Codes

A Step-by-Step Guide to Form-Based Codes

FBCI was very pleased to discover Form-Based Codes: A Step-by-Step Guide for Communities, recently published by the Chicago regional planning agency, CMAP. In fact, we like this little booklet so much that we’ve put our imprimatur on it showing our endorsement. This well-illustrated CMAP handbook explains what form-based codes are, that their purpose is to make places. In clear and concise language,  […]

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Cincinnati Neighborhood Adopts Form-Based Code

Cincinnati Neighborhood Adopts Form-Based Code

How to make a big city Form-Based Code? An important effort is underway in Cincinnati, where the city’s new code was adopted in May. Although citywide, the code depends on neighborhoods to take charge of their own development. It is intended to apply to 42 neighborhoods throughout the city, making it one of the largest […]

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An Architect’s New Media

An Architect’s New Media

for Designers + Builders A new book by Steve Mouzon, New Media for Designers + Builders, is a must read for entrepreneurs working in any part of community development. Mouzon is author of The Original Green and writes a popular blog of the same name. In this new book he tells his own story, as […]

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