Karl Kropf of Built Form Resource – CASA Fellow

Geospatial Intelligence for Masterplanning in Practice: Masterplanning Services Toolkit

The overarching aim of the project is to develop a flexible set of digital tools to support masterplanning using relevant and robust evidence.  One of the key objectives is to bring together intelligent modelling, visualisation tools and a pragmatic approach to masterplanning in order to generate, present and test options at appropriate stages allowing for the exercise of judgement and priorities by and for the community.

Duration: Jan to Jun 2013

Karl’s CV

Karl Kropf is Director of Built Form Resource, a small independent consultancy providing specialist services in masterplanning, urban design, landscape and heritage. At the same time Karl teaches at Oxford Brookes University where he focusses on using the existing built environment as a design resource.  He is also Associate Editor of the journal Urban Morphology. Karl has worked in private practice, for local authorities and research institutions. He was a Director of Urban Design at Roger Evans Associates, Conservation and Design Officer at Stratford-on-Avon District Council and a member of the Urban Design team at Skidmore Owings and Merrill in San Francisco.

Karl’s Aspirations for the Fellowship

The Fellowship offers a fantastic opportunity to drill through the silos and establish much closer, working contact between individuals with common aims and complementary skills.

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