The Congress for the New Urbanism, New England Chapter (CNU New England) is pleased to announce a special screening of The Human Scale at the historic Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon, New Hampshire. This documentary film is inspired by the work of Danish architect Jan Gehl, who challenged our assumptions about modern cities and pioneered a human-centric approach to designing communities.
Join the conversation! City of Lebanon Planning Director Andrew Gast-Bray, PhD, will lead a panel of design and development experts in exploring what Jan Gehl's human-centric approach could mean for the communities of the Upper Connecticut River Valley.
This event is free and open to all. We kindly suggest a $5 donation to support future programming like this! Click here to claim your ticket.
Generously sponsored by
City of Lebanon | Town of Hanover | Upper Valley-Lake Sunapee Regional Commission | Two Rivers-Ottauquechee Regional Commission | Dartmouth College | DuBois & King | ORW Landscape Architects and Planners | Pathways Consulting | Banwell Architects | Resource Systems Group