Walking the Walk


Urban design from the front lines

Kevin Klinkenberg

Using urban design to make our lives more enjoyable and create wealth

This site is for all those interested in the making of cities and towns, and especially the lives of the humans that inhabit them. Kevin Klinkenberg is an architect and urban designer who's practiced from coast-to-coast. 

New Urbanism Promotes Green, Walkable Communities

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St. Charles, MO

Listen to Kevin Klinkenberg, Principal of 180° Urban Design, talk about one of the most common desires for neighborhoods which is to create or revitalize walkable communities. As cities are becoming more proactive to build walkable communities, they are turning to a new zoning tool known as form-based codes, a method of regulating development to achieve a specific urban form. He goes on to discuss 180°’s projects throughout the country to show cities how to use form-based codes. Two cities in particular include downtown Colorado Springs, CO and Cheyenne, WY.

Cheyenne, WY

Cheyenne Wyoming

Cheyenne, WY

Cheyenne Wyoming

Colorado Springs, CO

Aerial View of Downtown Colorado Springs, CO

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Kevin Klinkenberg, AIA, on Form-Based Codes: Key Elements and Common Pitfalls Click to Download PDF: http://newurbanismblog.com/downloads/sanAntonio.pdf