Since Fayetteville will essentially reproduce another Fayetteville―approximately 160 million square feet―within its existing boundaries in just 20 years, the UACDC proposes to model a three‐dimensional 2030 scenario plan that envisions a different but plausible future based on emerging energy and transit trends. In the Transit City scenario we ask: what if 80% of future growth occurred around a new streetcar system along Fayetteville’s main commercial arterial, presently dominated by sprawl and the automobile? Fayetteville could create a five-mile signature multi-modal boulevard that features outdoor public art malls, transforming single land-use zoning into mixed-use transit-oriented neighborhoods while socially optimizing its transportation future.


2013 American Architecture Award
2013 AR APA Award
2012 World Architecture Festival Award Shortlisted
2012 BSA Unbuilt Award
2012 AIA Honor Award
2012 CNU Honorable Mention
2012 NWA Eco Award
2011 World Architecture News Award Finalist


National Endowment for the Arts


City of Fayetteville, Arkansas