Hi, I'm Sandra Kulli. My goal is to help my clients create extraordinary places, and to save time and money in the process.
Great placemaking, like any art, begins with observing. Listening. And learning. Coming to understand the people, the local community, the geography … the opportunity. And translating that into something of lasting value.
Knight Cities Podcast: Sandra Kulli on creating community
“How do you create a sense of community in a brand new development? It’s a question Sandra Kulli, a real estate marketing strategist, has been wrestling with for years. She is president of Kulli Marketing, and we had a chance to catch up recently in Todos Santos, Mexico, the site of one of her newest projects, Tres Santos. It’s a project that could have been a typical resort on the Pacific, but the developer chose instead to forego gates and golf courses to reach for an authentic connection to the people in this small Mexican town.”
“This week on Knight Cities, Sandra and I talk about what people want out of community today and how to deliver it.”
Today we’d like to introduce you to Sandra Kulli.
Sandra, please share your story with us. How did you get to where you are today?
I was born in LA in 1947. My dad was born in Highland Park in 1919. I grew up here, went away (college, work), then came back and fell in love all over again it’s wackiness and embodiment of the experimental observations Reyner Banham noted in his classic 1970’s book, Los Angeles, The Architecture of Four Ecologies. (more)