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Making People Friendly Towns

Author : Francis Tibbalds
ISBN : 9781134558636
Genre : Architecture
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Making People-Friendly Towns explores the way our towns and cities, particularly their central areas, look and feel to all their users and discusses their design, maintenance and management. Francis Tibbalds provides a new philosophical approach to the problem, suggesting that places as a whole matter much more than the individual components that make up the urban environment such as buildings, roads and parks. This informative book suggests the way forward for professionals, decision-makers and all those who care about the future of our urban environment and points the reader in the direction of a wealth of living examples of successful town planning.

Sustainable Urban Neighbourhood

Author : David Rudlin
ISBN : 9781136434891
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 51. 96 MB
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This successful title, previously known as 'Building the 21st Century Home' and now in its second edition, explores and explains the trends and issues that underlie the renaissance of UK towns and cities and describes the sustainable urban neighbourhood as a model for rebuilding urban areas. The book reviews the way that planning policies, architectural trends and economic forces have undermined the viability of urban areas in Britain since the Industrial Revolution. Now that much post-war planning philosophy is being discredited we are left with few urban models other than garden city inspired suburbia. Are these appropriate in the 21st century given environmental concerns, demographic change, social and economic pressures? The authors suggest that these trends point to a very different urban future. The authors argue that we must reform our towns and cities so that they become attractive, humane places where people will choose to live. The Sustainable Urban Neighbourhood is a model for such reform and the book describes what this would look like and how it might be brought about.

Public Places Urban Spaces

Author : Matthew Carmona
ISBN : 9781856178273
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 23. 2 MB
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Public Places - Urban Spaces provides a comprehensive overview of the principles and theory of urban design. This new edition reviews the latest debates, practice and research, and includes expanded discussions on key areas such as sustainability, health and inclusion. Full colour illustrations help demonstrate the application of the concepts discussed in the text, and the clear structure and holistic approach to the subject makes it suitable for dipping into or reading cover to cover. The authors explain the catalysts of change and renewal, and explore the global and local contexts and processes within which urban design as `place-making' occurs. The book presents six key dimensions of urban design theory and practice -the social, visual, functional, temporal, morphological and perceptual - and relates these to discussions of the market, regulatory processes and how urban design is communicated. This is a clear and accessible text that provides a comprehensive discussion of this complex subject.

Architects Today

Author : Kester Rattenbury
ISBN : 1856694925
Genre : Architecture
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Have you ever wanted to have information about the world's most influential architects at your fingertips? Written by three architectural journalists, this book cuts the world's greatest and most provocative practicing architects down to sizeboth the old and established and the rising stars. With two fully illustrated pages for each architect, a clear, lively design, and an alphabetical organization, Architects Today breaks down the usual arcane architectural categorizations. It offers an insight and introduction to key contemporary architects as well as a snapshot of the varied nature of todays architecture. For each architect, the book gives key biographical information as well as illustrations of their most representative and iconic buildings, and an assessment of their place in the international scene. This volume will appeal to anyone interested in contemporary architecture, as both an introduction and as a handy reference source.

R S A Journal

Author : Royal Society of Arts (Great Britain)
ISBN : UOM:39015081548151
Genre : Arts
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The Town Planning Review

Author : Sir Patrick Abercrombie
ISBN : UOM:39015048139664
Genre : Cities and towns
File Size : 50. 98 MB
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Living Space

Author : Claire Freeman
ISBN : UOM:39015059984016
Genre : Political Science
File Size : 47. 44 MB
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The sustainable development of communities, regions, nations and the planet has been increasingly debated since the Rio Summit of 1992. Issues such as urban form, the relationship between urban areas and their rural hinterland, urban versus rural lifestyles, modes of transport, social justice, urban renewal and growing multicultural communities are all relevant. This book brings together the work of some of the people whose job it is to explore the concept of sustainability and its application to New Zealand settlements.

The Architects Journal

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ISBN : UOM:39015020418441
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 81. 26 MB
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Urban India

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ISBN : MINN:31951D03037593X
Genre : Cities and towns
File Size : 29. 88 MB
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British Town Planning And Urban Design

Author : Eleanor Smith Morris
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020751678
Genre : City planning
File Size : 74. 62 MB
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A focused text discussing the evolution of British planning and urban design. Beginning with an historical perspective which takes the reader from the Roman Inheritance to Bauhaus and Suburbia, the book links the principles of town and country planning with issues of urban design and architecture, and also takes into account implications of social and economic change. *Provides a comprehensive and evolutionary approach, linking the principles of town and country planning with issues of urban design and architecture. *Takes account of the implications of social and economic change and their impact upon planning and design. *Contains numerous case study examples which include: medieval housing in York, London's Regent Park and Regent Street, New Towns in Essex, the Channel Tunnel. *Supplemented with over 185 diagrams. *Ideal text for undergraduates of geography, urban planning, and general students interested in planning.

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