Architectural education can provide space for investigations and new lines of communication; this essay reveals the efforts of many students and myself to make sense of the role that architecture might play in everyday urban places. Through an encounter with a Kansas City, Kansas planner, my students and I became involved with a group of residents who recently had started the Boulevard Neighborhood Association.
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"Recycling the Margins: Re-Thinking the Role of Architecture in Everyday Urban Places,"