Kaizer Rangwala is the founding principal of Rangwala Associates, a town-planning firm that practices the principles of smart growth and walkable urbanism. Kaizer’s training and experience as an architect, city planner, and economic developer, coupled with his international interests, allows him to bring broad and distinctive perspective to place making. He has over 20 years of public sector experience, while his work on Form-Based Codes has been recognized with numerous awards. He has lectured extensively on smart growth, new urbanism, form-based codes, and regulatory reform at planning conferences, planning schools, and at the Form-Based Codes Institute, where he currently serves as the organization’s chairman. His writings have been featured in numerous architecture, urban design, planning, and economic development publications.