While some see the recent housing crash as the end of the “American Dream”, urban designer and architect Kevin Klinkenberg sees positive societal changes occurring, both subtle and dramatic

Kevin is a senior planner with Arizona-based Olsson Associates. Since 1994, Kevin has explored his passion for walkable communities. As a principal for 180 Urban Design & Architecture, Kevin worked on new and redevelopment projects in 27 states. He’s worked with developers, cities and non-profits, and led award-winning public involvement processes. He writes about urban design at www.newurbanismblog.com and lives in Savannah.