The Niehoff Urban Studio is a unique interdisciplinary initiative undertaken to address urban issues that challenge the quality of life in Cincinnati. The studio endeavors to engage the community in an urban problem solving effort. The studio is located on Short Vine in Corryville and includes classroom, meeting, and exhibit areas. In 2002-04 almost 300 students in urban planning, architecture, design, and urban geography participated and more than 500 community stakeholders visited the studio to interact with students and attend public events and presentations.
See the Niehoff Studio poster for more information.
Read an overview of the 2-year cycle topics or choose from the list below to see student work from each cycle.