An American urban planner, architect and a writer who along with his other colleagues, founded the Regional Planning Association of America in 1923 to address major planning issues.
He was a 20th century architect and planner who promoted hierarchy, hugeness and centralism.
A planner, educator and author who was a former director of Cleveland city planning commission (1969-1979).
This American urban planner was director of Philadelphia's City Planning Commission from 1949-1970.
An English urban planner who founded the famous Garden City Movement.
This urbanist and activist had no formal training as a planner. She introduced ground-breaking ideas about how cities function, evolve and fail in her book named ‘The Death and Life of Great American Cities’
He was known as the “master builder” of mid-20th century New York City, Long Island and Westchester County, New York whose planning philosophy was car oriented..
He was internationally known for his writings on cities, technology, architecture, literature and modern life and was called “the last of the great humanists”.
This American urban planner is known for his influential works which include 'The image of the City'.
He was a Scottish biologist and sociologist who introduced the concept of "region" to the field of planning.