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Steve Davies

Project for Public Spaces
Co-Founder & Executive Vice President
New York, USA
Steve Davies joined Project for Public Spaces in 1978 and has guided the development of the organization for more than 35 years. Davies is an advocate for livable communities and his work has taken him around the world as a consultant, facilitator and speaker.With over 500 major projects on his resume, Steve has built a broad based portfolio of transformative placemaking projects which have been catalysts for community revitalization in the U.S. and abroad. Over his career, he has developed recognized expertise in downtown urban design, transportation planning, and design of mixed-use development projects. Today, much of his project work focuses on public markets and the role they can play in building community. Steve has been instrumental in creating and launching key programs at PPS over his tenure including PPS’s public market program, transportation program, and expanding the global reach of placemaking. His seminal work in the Czech Republic and the Balkans after the fall of communism set the stage for the growth of placemaking as a global movement. These and other programs have gone on to influence professionals, community advocates and cities across the globe.Steve currently co-leads PPS’s participation in the Bass Center for Innovation and Placemaking, a partnership with Brookings Institution.An inspiring and accessible speaker, Steve has introduced tens of thousands of professionals to the PPS placemaking process. He has co-authored and written many books and articles, including Public Markets and Community Revitalization, Managing Downtown Public Spaces and The Role of Transit in Creating Livable Metropolitan Communities.
Wednesday, October 11

08:30 CEST

Thursday, October 12

11:15 CEST

13:30 CEST

15:00 CEST

16:30 CEST

17:45 CEST

Friday, October 13

08:00 CEST

09:00 CEST

10:30 CEST

10:45 CEST

12:00 CEST

12:30 CEST

14:30 CEST

16:00 CEST

17:15 CEST

18:00 CEST

Saturday, October 14

08:45 CEST