Edward has followed his passion for urban design and placemaking through his public and private work in communities across America. He has developed Pattern Books and Community Vision Books across the country rooted in regional patterns and the crucial connection between people and their community. This passion has led to his blog Restless Urbanist, where he shares his candid and person observations of the built world.Organizational Development Conservation by Design Planning Baseline Documentation Advocacy
Edward Erfurt is a passionate urban designer who has been working with communities to design and implement walkable communities for almost 10 years. His work follows the principles outlined in the Charter of the New Urbanism, and promotes traditional town planning principles common in America prior to the 1950′s. His philosophy of design and placemaking focuses on promoting cities, towns, and neighborhoods, which are beautiful and of lasting value. This body of work builds on the unique character that makes the tapestry of place. Currently Edward is an Urban Designer for the Martin County Community Redevelopment Agency in Stuart, Florida. Edward works for the public sector with stakeholders in seven community redevelopment areas integrating urban design and architecture strategies for redeveloping suburban and urban environments.