Design Duluth, Part Deux
Tomorrow, December 10, the Design Duluth Collaborative (the St. Louis River Alliance, Duluth LISC, and the University of Minnesota Department of Landscape Architecture) invite the public to come to Clyde Iron Works for final project presentations by 11 graduate design student teams. Come see what they’re imagining for the St. Louis River corridor! From economic development to food access to environmental design, they’re thinking outside the box for ways to make the river neighborhoods more welcoming places to live, work, learn, and play.
The event goes from 11 am-2 pm in the event space at Clyde Iron. There will be light snacks and refreshments available; at 11 am there will be a short introduction to the program, and afterwards there will be a chance to look at students’ projects and chat with them. If this all sounds familiar, it’s because the program had an initial event in October that let students present the sites they were most interested in and get neighborhood input as they worked on narrowing down their projects. If you went to that and were intrigued, come see what they’ve done since!