U of M Students Visit Duluth to Present Ideas on Bettering the City

The Theme Was Sustainability and Resilience

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Students from the University of Minnesota were in Duluth Monday presenting ideas on how to make Duluth a better city. 

At the beginning of the semester, University of Minnesota students visited Duluth to determine their areas of interest for each of their projects.

“Design Duluth” is an interdisciplinary architectural landscape and design studio at the University of Minnesota.  

After researching and learning more about Duluth,  students brought the next step of their projects back here in the form of eight-by-eight drawings.

The students presented their ideas to community members for input and feedback. They plan to take what they learned to apply it to their design process.  

Design Duluth was initially organized around Mayor Don Ness’s  plan that calls to increase the number of residents in Duluth to 90,000 by the year 2020. 

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