The theme that emerged from this year’s award, rebuilding communities, is demonstrated in varying ways by all of the 1993 winners.
We believe that the evolution of cities is a highly complex process—one that involves tradeoffs between diverse perspectives and goals.
- Rebuilding Communities
- A Comprehensive Approach: Providing Services, not just Buildings
- Addressing Critical Urban Problems
- Doing the Impossible: Persistence in the face of overwhelming odds
- Balancing Leadership and Participation
- Effective, Ongoing Management
- The Role of Technical Expertise
- Leveraging Scare Resources through Imaginative Use of Public and Private Programs
- Achieving Quality in Urban Places