The Charrette Handbook is a step-by-step guide to successful charrettes -- those extended exercises that help citizens envision new possibilities for their communities. Based on a program developed by the National Charrette Institute, the book offers a three-phase approach to project management, describing how to organize for a charrette, how to conduct one, and how to put the resulting ideas into effect. The section on preparation has been extensively overhauled for this edition.
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About the Author
Bill Lennertz is executive director and Aarin Lutzenhiser is director of operations for the National Charrette Institute, a nonprofit educational institution based in Portland, Oregon.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to the NCI Charrette System 2. The History of the Charrette Process 3. NCI Charrette System Tools and Techniques 4. Charrette Case Studies