Talking Architecture & Design

Episode 53: Gerhana Waty, director of urban design at the Hansen Partnership on how humans and their space is more crucial than ever thanks to COVID-19

August 14, 2020 Architecture & Design Season 4 Episode 53
Talking Architecture & Design
Episode 53: Gerhana Waty, director of urban design at the Hansen Partnership on how humans and their space is more crucial than ever thanks to COVID-19
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Talking Architecture & Design
Episode 53: Gerhana Waty, director of urban design at the Hansen Partnership on how humans and their space is more crucial than ever thanks to COVID-19
Aug 14, 2020 Season 4 Episode 53
Architecture & Design

Gerhana Waty is a well-rounded designer with a solid understanding of built form and an appreciation for viable, sustainable and pedestrian-oriented cities. She talks about how to strike the right balance between stakeholders’ interests and achieving triple bottom line outcomes through urban design practice when it comes to our urban spaces.

Gerhana explains why evidence-based design and urban analytic influence quality decision making and design outcomes in a constantly evolving urban environment, more so now with the fallout from our global pandemic.


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Gerhana Waty is a well-rounded designer with a solid understanding of built form and an appreciation for viable, sustainable and pedestrian-oriented cities. She talks about how to strike the right balance between stakeholders’ interests and achieving triple bottom line outcomes through urban design practice when it comes to our urban spaces.

Gerhana explains why evidence-based design and urban analytic influence quality decision making and design outcomes in a constantly evolving urban environment, more so now with the fallout from our global pandemic.