A team of 16 architects, landscape architects, city planners, and community development folks spent the better part of last week in Huron, SD for a design:SD charrette. The topic this time around was Downtown Huron. How can we design for a more vibrant downtown? What elements are needed to reinstate pride in downtown? What do you wish existed downtown?
The team had an opportunity to visit with community folks on Wednesday night about those very questions. About 80 community members attended the meeting to add their perspective. The community had a chance to dig in further at roundtable conversations on Thursday morning.
Thursday late morning and early afternoon, the team toured Downtown Huron and several buildings in it to connect how design could contribute to the priorities identified by the community. The results were presented on Friday evening to an audience of community residents. The presentation is available for viewing below: