Click here for the preview! Demographic, territorial, economic, political, social, and legal borders created this fifteen million city in less than thirty-five years, and drive its further development. Yet architects have to deal with rules and regulations, and architecture is to a large extent defined by them. So the question is:
Added to Your Shopping Cart Add to cart Description This book provides a simple but comprehensive framework for the emerging academic discipline of urban design, from its origins in Europe and America, to contemporary issues of imagery, finance and marketing in an age of globalisation There is currently no contemporary textbook for urban design that includes a general history and theory of the subject.
Internationally, urban design is more and more becoming a core subject taught in architecture schools. On a wider scale, in Europe, the EU is developing a common architectural curriculum, which includes an urban component for under-graduates.
The situation is similar in schools across Asia and Australia. Aimed at both students and teachers, this book provides a simple and accessible framework, from the origins of urban design and the main techniques developed to deal with the design of fragments of cities, to participatory planning processes, codes, imagery, finance and marketing.
Finally, it proposes an innovative vision of contemporary practice based on the work of leading actors and projects in the field. This book is set to become the key textbook at undergraduate and graduate levels It is written in an accessible and direct tone, and highly illustrated with many colour and black and white diagrams It includes a general history and theory of urban design and provides an up-to-date account of contemporary urban conditions Praise for Recombinant Urbanism: The book is the result of many years of research and writing, and is a small masterpiece in urban studies.
It has already proved its worth in the teaching of urban studies, at Columbia, the AA, the Bartlett School, and Cooper Union, to mention only a few of the universities where Dr Shane has had a powerful influence It is, indeed, one of the very best manuscripts I have read in the field in the last few years.
Shane … has made legible and sensible the reams of recent urban discourse for a general college reader.
Because of this labor-intensive effort, this book will be accessible by undergrad architecture programs as well as graduate seminars in urban design and planning. He completed an M.
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