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The Urban Masterplanning Handbook

Wiley, J,
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A highly illustrated reference tool, this handbook providescomparative visual analysis of major urban extensions andmasterplans around the world. It places an important new emphasison the processes and structures that influence urban form,highlighting the significant impact that public or privatelandownership, management and funding might have on shaping aparticular project. Each of the book's 20 subjects isrigorously analysed through original diagrams, scale drawings anddescriptive texts, which are complemented by key statistics andcolour photography. The case studies are presented in order of sizerather than date or geographical location. This offers designprofessionals, developers and city planners, as well as students ofarchitecture and urban design informed organisational and formalcomparisons, leading to intriguing insights.
A wide geographical range of contemporary and historicmasterplans are featured. These encompass European projects fromthe 19th century to the present day: Belgravia in London,Sarphatipark in Amsterdam, Potsdamer Platz in Berlin, LaDéfense Seine Arche in Paris and Hammarby Sjöstad inStockholm. In North America, the postwar development of StuyvesantTown in Manhattan is also the subject of a case study. More recentand ongoing international urban schemes are included, such asPuerto Madero in Buenos Aires, Downtown Dubai and the New CentralBusiness District in Beijing.


Titel: The Urban Masterplanning Handbook
Autoren/Herausgeber: Eric Firley, Katharina Groen
Ausgabe: 1. Auflage

ISBN/EAN: 9781118942000

Seitenzahl: 288
Produktform: E-Book
Sprache: Englisch

Eric Firley is the author of this book's companionvolumes The Urban Housing Handbook (2009) and The UrbanTowers Handbook (2011). Assistant Professor at the Universityof Miami School of Architecture since January 2011, he is a trainedarchitect and urban designer with work experience in propertydevelopment and several design practices in Paris and London.Regularly invited to speak at architectural institutions around theworld, he has a specific interest in interdisciplinary research andin the relationship between architecture and the urban fabric.
Katharina Grön is a German planner who graduated in2008 from the Hamburg University of Technology. Already involved inthe production of The Urban Housing Handbook, she hasdeveloped the graphic concept of the book, including diagrams andcustom-made urban plans. She lives and works as a planner and urbandesigner in Hamburg. - Newsletter
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