Latino Urbanism

Latino Urbanism: Defining a Cultural Urban Form

Latino Urbanism is an emerging approach to development that responds to Latino lifestyles, cultural preferences, and economic needs. The Latino Urbanism Symposium, held at ASU's Phoenix Urban Research Laboratory in downtown Phoenix on May 4 – 5, 2011, highlights Latino Urbanism and its role in American placemaking. Through public presentations, panel discussions, community outreach and a design forum, we celebrate and seek to understand how Latino Urbanism is reshaping the American urban landscape.

Jesus Lara - Patterns and Forms of Latino Cultural Landscapes from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

James Rojas - Patterns and Forms of Latino Cultural Landscapes from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

Roberto Moreno - Patterns and Forms of Latino Cultural Landscapes from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

Bob Vint - Latino Urbanism vs. New Urbanism from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

Panelists - Latino Urbanism, Economic Development, and the Marketing of Ethnic Identity from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

Professor Michael Rios - Latino Urbanism, Economic Development, and the Marketing of Ethnic Identity from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

Professor Francisco Lara-Valencia - Latino Urbanism, Economic Development, and the Marketing of Ethnic Identity from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

Teresa Vazquez - Latino Urbanism, Economic Development, and the Marketing of Ethnic Identity from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

Introduction by Emily Talen - Designing Public and Private Space for Latino Communities from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

Nabil Kamel, Ph.D. - Designing Public and Private Space for Latino Communities from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

Gabriel Montemayor - Designing Public and Private Space for Latino Communities from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.

Ernesto Fonseca - Designing Public and Private Space for Latino Communities from Phoenix Urban Research Lab on Vimeo.