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Urban Planning + Design students present ideas for north edge of the Country Club Plaza

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Kansas City design professionals judge second-year UMKC architecture students’ projects

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UMKC’s Department of Architecture, Urban Planning and Design moves

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Tom Nelson, FAIA and BNIM principal, and Ted Seligson, FAIA and visiting professor at AUPD, stand with the original 1965 blueprint of Katz Hall -- designed by Kivett & Myers, one of Kansas City's most prominent mid-century architectural firms. In the 1960s, Nelson worked on the Katz Hall designs and Seligson served as the head of design for Kivett & Myers.

A blueprint for success

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In a class of its own

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