Lane H. Kendig

Lane H. Kendig

Lane Kendig is the founder and former president of Kendig Keast Collaborative, a planning consulting firm with offices in Chicago, Houston, Wisconsin, and Colorado. He has been practicing and writing about the relationship between community design planning and regulatory tools for more than forty years. He is the author of Performance Zoning and Too Big, Boring, or Ugly: Planning and Design Tools to Combat Monotony, the Too-big House, and Teardowns and numerous articles.
A Guide to Planning for Community Character

A Guide to Planning for Community Character

A Guide to Planning for  Community Character adds a wealth of practical applications to the framework that Lane Kendig describes in his previous book, Community Character. The purpose of the earlier book is to give citizens and planners a...

Community Character

Community Character

Principles for Design and Planning

Community Character provides a design-oriented system for planning and zoning communities but accounts for how people who participate in a community live, work, and shop there. The relationships that Lane Kendig defines here reflect the...