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City Urban Planning 2
Planning Sustainability 6
Urban Design 11
Spatial Planning 14
Planning History Theory 16
Housing Community Planning 18
Property Real Estate Management 20
2 CITY URBAN PLANNING
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Designing Urban Transformation Place Keeping
Aseem Inam Parsons The New School of Design US Open Space Management in Practice
Designing Urban Transformation argues for a fundamental Edited by Nicola Dempsey Harry Smith Heriot Watt
re conceptualization and radical shift in the way cities are University UK and Mel Burton
designed and built Urbanists are the only professionals trained
Place Keeping presents the latest research and practice on the
explicitly to envision the four dimensional future of cities
long term management of public and private open spaces from
including the dimension of time Urbanists are those who
around Europe and the rest of the world There has long been
engage in regular willful acts of shaping cities including urban
a focus in urban landscape planning and urban design on the
designers architects landscape architects and city planners
creation of high quality public spaces or place making This is
The urbanists approach creative integrative interdisciplinary
supported by a growing body of research which shows how
and action oriented makes them among the most
high quality public spaces are economically and socially
well qualified problem solvers in the world especially when it
beneficial for local communities and contribute positively to
comes to the most pressing challenge of the 21st century the making of cities
residents quality of life and wellbeing
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Food City Planning Small and Mid Sized Towns
CJ Lim Bartlett School University College London Designing and Retrofitting for Sustainability
In Food City a companion piece to Smartcities and Eco Warriors Avi Friedman McGill University Canada
innovative architect and urban designer CJ Lim explores the Rather than dismissing small and mid sized towns as unattractive
issue of urban transformation and how the creation storage and suburban sprawl Planning Small and Mid Sized Towns offers ideas
distribution of food has been and can again become a construct and methods on how small isolated and edge towns can be
for the practice of everyday life Food City investigates the designed and retooled into sustainable affordable and adaptable
reinstatement of food at the core of national and local communities With 200 color photographs maps and
governance how it can be a driver to restructure employment illustrations Planning Small and Mid Sized Towns is a valuable
education transport tax health culture communities and the practical resource for professional planners and urban designers
justice system re evaluating how the city functions as a spatial as well as students in these disciplines
and political entity
Market Urban design Planning Architecture Sustainability Routledge
April 2014 304pp Market Planning
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The Pedestrian and the City Heritage Planning
Carmen Hass Klau Principles and Process
The Pedestrian and the City provides an overview and insight into Harold Kalman
the development politics and policies on walking and Heritage Planning provides a comprehensive overview of heritage
pedestrians it includes the evolution of pedestrian friendly planning as a professional practice It addresses the context and
housing estates in the 19th century up to the present day Key principles of land use law planning practice and international
issues addressed include the struggle of pedestrianization in heritage doctrine all set within the framework of larger societal
town centers the attempts to create independent pedestrian issues such as sustainability and ethics The book then covers
footpaths and the popularity of traffic calming as a powerful the pragmatic processes of heritage practice including collecting
policy for reducing pedestrian accidents data identifying community opinion determining heritage
significance the best practices and methods of creating a
conservation plan and managing change
Routledge It is essential reading for both professionals that manage change
Market Planning within the built environment and students of heritage conservation and historic
February 2015 316pp preservation
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Better Public Transit Systems Tourism Policy and Planning
Analyzing Investments and Performance Yesterday Today and Tomorrow
Eric Christian Bruun Aalto University Finland David L Edgell Sr and Jason Swanson University of
Better Public Transit Systems is a complete primer for performance Kentucky USA
and investment analysis of public transportation Whether you re The wellspring to future growth for tourism throughout the
planning a major new public transit project an extension or world is a commitment toward good policy Governments the
expansion of an existing system or simply evaluating the needs private sector and not for profit agencies must be the leaders
of your current system this book provides the tools you need in a sustainable tourism policy that transcends the economic
to define your goals and objectives and conceive and analyse benefits and embraces environmental and cultural interests as
design alternatives This completely revised Second Edition well Tourism Policy and Planning Yesterday Today and Tomorrow
includes new material for students with questions at the end offers an introduction to the Tourism policy process and how
of each chapter whilst remaining a useful reference book policies link to the strategic tourism planning function as well
as influence planning at the local national and international
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Shaping the City Systemic Architecture
Studies in History Theory and Urban Design Operating Manual for the Self Organizing City
Edited by Rodolphe El Khoury and Edwards Robbins Marco Poletto Architectural Association and EcoLogic
Taking on the key issues in urban design Shaping the City Design Studio London UK and Claudia Pasquero
examines the critical ideas that have driven these themes and Architectural Association and EcoLogic Design Studio
debates through a study of particular cities at important periods London UK
in their development As well as retaining crucial discussions The book investigates the subject of urban ecology from the
about cities such as Los Angeles Atlanta Chicago Detroit perspective of architectural design engaging its definition at
Philadelphia and Brasilia at particular moments in their history multiple levels the biological the informational and the social
that exemplified the problems and themes at hand like the The book has two main goals to discuss the contemporary
mega city the post colonial city and New Urbanism in this new relevance of a systemic practice to architectural design and to
edition the editors have introduced new case studies critical to share a toolbox of informational design protocols developed to
any study of contemporary urbanism China Dubai Tijuana and describe the city as a territory of self organization a new kind
the wider issues of informal cities in the Global South Shaping of emergent real time world city Structured in the form of a
the City provides an essential overview of the range and variety manual the authors draw on nearly a decade of design experiments from their
of urbanisms and urban issues that are critical to an understanding of contemporary ecoLogicStudio practice
urbanism Routledge
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Market Architecture Planning Urban Studies Cultural Studies and Cultural Geography May 2012 272pp
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Resilient Downtowns Planning and Place in the City
A New Approach to Revitalizing Small and Medium City Downtowns Mapping Place Identity
Michael A Burayidi Ball State University USA Marichela Sepe
Resilient Downtowns provides a guide to communities in reviving Under the influence of globalization the centres of many cities
and redeveloping their core districts into resilient thriving in the industrialized world are losing their place identity A key
neighborhoods through the en RICHed approach a four step task for planners and residents working together is to preserve
process for downtown development which focuses on that unique sense of place without making the city a parody of
residential development immigration strategies civic itself Planning and Place in the City explores the preservation
functionality heritage tourism and good design practice reconstruction and enhancement of cultural heritage and place
Examples from fourteen small cities across the US show how identity She outlines the history of the concept of placemaking
this process can revitalize downtowns in any city and sets out the range of different methods of analysis and
assessment that are used to help pin down the nature of place
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July 2013 240pp Market Planning
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Urban and Environmental Economics The Good City
An Introduction Reflections and Imaginations
Graham Squires Senior Lecturer in Planning School of Allan B Jacobs University of California Berkeley USA
Geography Earth and Environmental Sciences at the Jacobs is one of the world s best known planners and urban
University of Birmingham design practitioners with a long and distinguished career based
Illustrated throughout and with lists of further reading in every initially in US cities and then throughout the world Featuring
chapter this book is ideal for students at all levels who need to a wonderfully engaging humorous tone and Jacobs own ink
get to grips with the economics of the environment within a drawings The Good City transfers lessons on city design building
built environment context It explains the theory needed to and urban change to all those willing to help cities become the
understand crucial tools and economic techniques such as magnificent beautiful places they should be and encourages
cost benefit analysis discounting resource valuation and all inhabitants to learn to appreciate and explore their own cities
macro economic tools Particularly useful to those studying
planning land economy environmental management or
housing development
Routledge Market Planning Urban Studies
Market Built Environment Economics March 2011 10 x 7 198pp
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Events and Urban Regeneration City Design
The Strategic Use of Events to Revitalise Cities Modernist Traditional Green and Systems Perspectives
Andrew Smith University of Westminster UK Jonathan Barnett University of Pennsylvania USA
Events and Urban Regeneration is the first book to critically Jonathan Barnett is an experienced urban designer and professor
examine the use of events in regeneration by looking at a range who describes in this book the four most widely accepted
of cities and a range of sporting arts and cultural events projects approaches to city design Modernist Traditional Green and
It analyzes varying theoretical perspectives to provide insight Systems Drawing on their history theory practice pros and
into why major events are important to contemporary cites It cons Barnett provides an accessible text on city design ideal for
examines the different ways in which events can assist planners landscape architects urban designers and those
regeneration by reviewing good practice as well as problems interested in how to improve cities
and issues associated with this unconventional form of public
policy It identifies key issues faced by those tasked with using
events to assist regeneration and suggests how practices could
be improved in the future Routledge
Market Urban Design Architecture Planning
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Understanding Cities Sunburnt Cities
Method in Urban Design The Great Recession Depopulation and Urban Planning in the American
Alexander Cuthbert The University of New South Wales Sunbelt
Australia Justin B Hollander Tufts University Medford
For too long urban design has been seen as a subsidiary to Massachusetts USA
architecture and urban planning sitting somewhere between The decline in sun belt cities of America has followed on from
the two without establishing itself as a field of study in its own the decline of those in the rust belt Hollander addresses the
right This book sets out to challenge that assumption and reasons and statistics behind these shrinking cities with a positive
establish a comprehensive framework for restructuring urban outlook arguing that growth for growth s sake is not beneficial
design knowledge Cuthbert builds upon the base of his previous for communities suggesting instead that urban development
books Designing Cities and The Form of Cities in this thought could be achieved through shrinkage Case studies include
provoking book Phoenix Fresno and Flint
Market Urban Design
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Shaping Neighbourhoods Global Suburbs
For Local Health and Global Sustainability Urban Sprawl from the Rio Grande to Rio de Janeiro
Hugh Barton University of the West of England UK Marcus Lawrence Herzog San Diego State University USA
Grant University of the West of England UK and Richard Series Cultural Spaces
Guise University of the West of England UK Global Suburbs Urban Sprawl from the Rio Grande to Rio de Janeiro
essential reading for communities seeking to influence the offers a critical new perspective on the emerging phenomenon
planning process Alison West Director Community of the global suburb in the western hemisphere American
Development Foundation suburban sprawl has created a giant human habitat stretching
Substantially revised this 2 edition responds to a changing from Las Vegas to San Diego and from Mexico to Brazil
agenda in government policy and planning practice Climate presented here in a clear and comprehensive style with in depth
change public health particularly in relation to obesity and descriptions and images Challenging the ecological problems
physical activity and nature s role in the city are all topics that that stem from these flawed suburban developments Herzog
have come to the fore since the 1st edition published in 2003 targets an often overlooked and potentially disastrous global
New case studies include Dove Gardens Belfast Glasgow East End Freiburg Germany shift in urban development This book will give depth to courses
Progressive outlook informed by latest practice and research Greater experience of on suburbs development urban studies and the environment
renewable energy feeds design guidance Routledge
Routledge Market Sociology Urban Studies
Market Urban Design Planning Architecture July 2014 6 x 9 270pp
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Planning for Growth Infrastructure Planning and Finance
Urban and Regional Planning in China A Smart and Sustainable Guide
Fulong Wu University College London UK Vicki Elmer University of Oregon USA and Adam Leigland
Series RTPI Library Series Infrastucture Planning and Finance provides a non technical
Planning for Growth Urban and Regional Planning in China overview of the engineering planning and financing aspects of
provides an overview of the changes inthChina s planning system local level infrastructure for planners engineers and other local
policy and practices since the mid 20 century using concrete officials who need to work with specialized professionals It also
examples and informative details in language that is accessible gives basic how to do it information along with a brief overview
enough for the undergraduate but thoroughly grounded in a of the larger policy and technical issues for each field Written
wealth of research and academic experience to support by a team of planners engineers and governance experts it
academics It is the first accessible text on changing urban and provides step by step guidance to all aspects of infrastructure
regional planning in China under the process of transition from planning projects including finance and solutions to the
a centrally planned socialist economy to an emerging market contemporary challenges of infrasturctural planning from
in the world climate change and population growth to deteriorating older infrastructure
Routledge Routledge
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Contemporary Issues in Australian Urban and
Regional Planning
Edited by Julie Brunner Curtin University Australia and
John Glasson Oxford Brookes University UK
Series Natural and Built Environment Series
Contemporary Issues in Australian Urban and Regional Planning
looks at a wide range of planning issues in Australia from the
city to the regional scale covering key topics in sustainable
development and planning including economic social
environmental and governance perspectives Contemporary
Issues in Australian Urban and Regional Planning is organized
around three key elements the pressures and principles of
development and planning for sustainability planning practice
and processes focused on essential topics like cities regions
rural areas and social and environmental issues and future processes and prospects for
planning practice and education
Market Planning
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Resilient Sustainable Cities Low Impact Living
A Future A Field Guide to Ecological Affordable Community Building
Edited by Leonie Pearson Peter Newton and Peter Roberts Paul Chatterton University of Leeds UK
University of Leeds UK Series Earthscan Tools for Community Planning
Bridging the increasing divide between cross disciplinary The inspirational story of one project that shows how you can
academic insights and the latest practical innovations this book become involved in building and running your neighbourhood
provides an integrated approach for long term future planning The author co founder of Lilac Low Impact Living Affordable
within the context of the city as a whole system The book Community explains how a group of people got together to
provides practical and conceptual insights for practitioners build one of the most ecological affordable cohousing
researchers and students on how to deliver cities which are neighbourhoods in the world The book starts with the values
resilient to slow burn issues and achieve sustainability that motivated and guided the project s members and outlines
how they were driven by challenges and concerns over the need
to respond to climate change and energy scarcity Low Impact
Routledge Living provides clear and easy to follow advice for community
Market Planning Urban Design groups practitioners and government and is heavily illustrated with drawings and
December 2013 260pp photographs
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Australian Environmental Planning Urban 3 0
Challenges and Future Prospects Synergy for Sustainable Cities
Edited by Jason Byrne Neil Sipe Urban Research Program Joe Ravetz University of Manchester UK
Griffith University Australia and Jago Dodson Urban This book is about building the urban shared intelligence the synergy city the capacity
Research Program Griffith University Australia for thinking ahead with creative innovation turning problems into opportunities The
Written for students and professionals working in city planning synergy city can often evolve and self organize but there are many barriers to be overcome
in Australia this book enables planners architects and developers and to address the challenges of the global urban system we need to scale up the shared
to get a better understanding of the fundamental principles of intelligence to global levels The synergy city principle applies to whole urban systems
environmental planning showing how land water air energy and also to the economic political and ecological systems which shape them Each of
wildlife and people shape our built environments and how in these four main agendas is presented here as a pathway for strategic action with in depth
turn environmental processes must be better understood if we exploration of selected topics
are to make informed decisions about more Routledge
sustainabledeveloping cities Market Urban Planning
1 Introduction 2 Governing Australian Environmental Planning 3 The Urban Environment September 2015 288pp
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Displaced by Disaster City Futures in the Age of a Changing Climate
Recovery and Resilience in a Globalizing World Tony Fry Griffith University Australia
Ann Margaret Esnard Georgia State University and Alka This book examines what climate change will mean for the city
Sapat Florida Atlantic University USA of the future It looks to the nomadic behaviour patterns of the
past for lessons for today s population unsettlement and argues
Series Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience
that as human survival will increasingly be linked directly to
Displaced by Disaster addresses the effects of population movement the city can no longer be defined as a constrained
displacement during natural disasters from a planning and policy space The impacts of climate change must to be understood
perspective informed by scholarship in disciplines such as as a combination of the actual and the expected and have to
emergency management political science sociology and be addressed both practically and culturally Urban planners
anthropology It is ideal for students and practitioners working designers development practitioners and anyone seeking to
in the areas of disaster management planning public understand what the future is likely to look like for our cities and
administration and policy housing and the many disciplines how to prepare for it will find this an essential read
connected to disaster issues
Market Urban Design Sustainability
October 2014 198pp
Market Disaster management Planning
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Low Carbon Nation Low Carbon Development
Mike Hodson University of Salford UK and Simon Marvin Key Issues
Durham University UK Edited by Frauke Urban School of Oriental and African
Low Carbon Nation provides students and policy makers in urban Studies London UK and Johan Nordensv rd London
planning with a clear framework for understanding how the School of Economics and Political Science UK
transition to low carbon has different implications for diverse
Series Key Issues in Environment and Sustainability
regions across the UK The book explains how this shift should
be understood as a response to the financial and economic crisis This is the first comprehensive textbook to address the interface
and to ecological concerns about the implications of global between international development and climate change in a
climate change carbon constrained world It discusses the key conceptual
empirical and policy related issues of low carbon development
1 Introduction 2 Low Carbon Britain as Spaces of
in a global context Written by an international and
Experimentation 3 Re Engineering State Low Carbon
interdiscliplinary team of leading academics and practitioners
Architecture 4 Exclusive Capabilities and Low Carbon Strategies
in low carbon development this book is essential reading for
5 The Low Carbon Saudi Arabia Scotland 6 Knitting Prioritising and Bounding the Low
students academics professionals and policy makers interested
Carbon Region Wales 7 The Low Carbon Industrial Phoenix North East England 8 The
in low carbon development and climate change policy
Race for the Low Carbon Capital Greater London 9 Low Carbon Economic Boosterism
Greater Manchester 10 Conclusion What Kind of Low Carbon Britain Routledge
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Market Sustainable Urban Development March 2013 352pp
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Sustainability Principles and Practice The No Growth Imperative
Margaret Robertson Lane Community College USA Creating Sustainable Communities under Ecological Limits to Growth
This textbook is an accessible and comprehensive overview of Gabor Zovanyi Eastern Washington University USA
the interdisciplinary field of sustainability which introduces The existing scale of human enterprise has already surpassed
relevant theory as well as providing a wealth of international global ecological limits to growth This clearly counteracts the
case studies Each chapter includes learning objectives and tools possibility of continued growth in the twenty first century In
further reading discussion questions and research problems to the absence of international national or state initiatives to
foster quantitative thinking It offers students in sustainability implement a no growth imperative this book takes the position
degree programs a conceptual understanding as well as that local communities have an obligation to take the lead in
technical skills for the work place The book is supported by a promoting a new politics of sustainability directed at recognizing
companion website with key website links further reading lists and accepting the need for a societal shift to a state of no
test bank questions glossary and PowerPoint slides growth
Routledge 1 Requiem for the Growth Imperative 2 The American
Market Environment Sustainability Community as a Growth Machine 3 Rationales and Strategies
January 2014 392pp
for Stopping Growth in America s Communities 4 The
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Understanding Sustainable Development Two Degrees The Built Environment and Our
John Blewitt Aston University UK Changing Climate
This new expanded edition builds on the first edition s Alisdair McGregor ARUP USA Cole Roberts ARUP USA
multi perspective approach and breadth of coverage A truly
and Fiona Cousins ARUP USA
comprehensive introduction to sustainable development it is
designed to allow access to the topic from a wide range of Two Degrees reviews the current science and predictions for
educational and professional backgrounds and to develop global warming and looks at what steps can be taken to design
understanding of a diversity of approaches and traditions at the built environment to mitigate the effects and to adapt to
different levels This edition comes with a brand new website inevitable changes in climate The book positions sustainable
including discussion of how projects are done on the ground design as an approach to a low carbon future that considers the
additional exercises online cases test questions recommended economic and social impacts as well as the environmental issues
readings and films Offering examples from local to global this of built projects It provides a practical guide to moving to a low
textbook is the most complete guide to the subject carbon future for developers and the design and construction
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Sustainable Landscape Planning Zero carbon Homes
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Paul Selman University of Sheffield UK Joanna Williams Bartlett School of Planning University
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landscape planning during a period of land use pressure and Housing is a major contributor to CO2 emissions in Europe and
climate change It takes an inclusive view of landscape from America today The construction of new homes offers an
design to strategy and from physical professional to opportunity to begin to address this issue Providing homes that
cultural scholarly It builds on sustainable development achieve zero carbon carbon neutral zero net energy or
perspectives and places an emphasis on ways of reversing energy plus standard is becoming the goal of more innovative
landscape fragmentation and declining sense of place 1 house builders and energy providers in Europe and America A
Landscape Connections and Disconnections 2 Functions diversity of approaches is being adopted These are inevitably
Services and Values of Landscapes 3 Change and Resilience in influenced by the different societal systems and geographic
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evaluation from the perspective of a scientist who focuses on book challenges assumptions about planning for sustainability
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Piper Oxford Brookes University UK Edited by Darko Radovic University of Melbourne Australia
Series Natural and Built Environment Series Eighteen top experts from the fields of sustainable architecture
The effects of climate change on spatial planning are discussed and urbanism explore the variety of local intersections between
thoroughly in this comprehensive book which includes sustainability and urbanity expressing a logical aim for
information on recent legislation case studies general responsible practice of urban planning urban design landscape
information on climate change progress what can be done to and architecture
reduce the risks from the changing natural environmental and Eco urbanity examines cultural sustainability as well as ecological
the solutions spatial planning can offer us sustainability in the context of sustainable urbanism and
Key topics include multi scalar spatial planning for climate architecture The broad range of issues are all clearly articulated
change planning for biodiversity planning for flood risk and and linked to concrete places and projects marrying theory and
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Risk Resilience and Planning for a Sustainable Future Edited by Peter Morris Oxford Brookes University UK and
Iain White University of Manchester UK Riki Therivel Oxford Brookes University UK
Series Natural and Built Environment Series Series Natural and Built Environment Series
Development of cities has long depended on the availability of Offering a comprehensive coverage of the methods used in
water Proximity is essential but its risks also affect the structure environmental impact assessment the well known textbook is
of the urban environment Using population spatial and water intended for students of Planning Geography and Environmental
data White discusses the hazards and accessibility of water in Studies The new edition focuses on updating legal materials
modern cities and suggests possible steps we can take to and best practice and reflects current debates in public policy
increase the resilience of the city and planning including an additional chapter on EIA and
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Pragmatic Sustainability Integrated Water Resource Planning
Theoretical and Practical Tools Achieving Sustainable Outcomes
Edited by Steven A Moore University of Texas at Austin Claudia Baldwin University of the Sunshine Coast Australia
USA and Mark Hamstead Consultant Australia
Is sustainable development a challenge we can overcome Integrated Water Resource Planning aims to provide practical
Currently the tools for waging this battle are grand plans that guidance on water allocation planning through each step of
focus on techno scientific and market based strategies The the process The book critically evaluates compares and contrasts
authors gathered here leading thinkers from architecture water reform around the world to improve understanding of
business economics engineering history philosophy planning context process and outcomes Best practice and a variety of
science and technology are sceptical of this singular approach practical tools and implementation techniques for achieving
Instead of a technological fix they advocate a practical and sustainability objectives are illustrated through international
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Understanding Urban Metabolism
A Tool for Urban Planning
Edited by Nektarios Chrysoulakis Eduardo Anselmo de
Castro and Eddy J Moors
This book and illustrates the advantages of accounting for urban
metabolism issues in urban design decisions Urban metabolism
considers a city as a system and distinguishes between energy
and material flows as its components This book deals with the
exchanges and transformation of energy water carbon and
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Inclusive Urbanization Masterplanning Futures
Rethinking Policy Practice and Research in the Age of Climate Change Lucy Bullivant PhD Syracuse University in London
Edited by Krishna K Shrestha Hemant R Ojha South India 2014 National Urban Design Awards Book of the Year
Institute of Advanced Studies SIAS India Phil McManus Today s masterplanning activities attempt to deal holistically
University of Sydney Australia Anna Rubbo and Krishna with the physical social and economic revival of urban centres
Kumar Dhote or districts and show ways in which new neighbourhoods can
Written by a team of experienced academics designers and be integrated into existing communities By means of fully
NGO professionals Inclusive Urbanization shows how illustrated essays written dealing with masterplanning exercises
urbanization policy and management can be used to make more in different cultural and political situations the book critically
inclusive climate resilient cities through a series of 18 case analyses the process of developing a masterplan in the
studies in South Asia By creating a model of urban life and contemporary global context
processes that takes into account social spatial cultural The author s research was made possble in part thanks to a contribution from the
regulatory and economic dimensions the book finds a way to Commission for the Built Environment CABE UK
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Infrastructural Lives The Temporary City
Urban Infrastructure in Context Peter Bishop Nottingham Trent University UK and Lesley
Edited by Stephen Graham Newcastle University UK and Williams Freelance Consultant UK
Colin McFarlane University of Durham UK In an era of increasing pressure on scarce resources we cannot
This is the first book to describe the everyday experience and wait for long term solutions to vacancy or dereliction Instead
politics of urban infrastructures It focuses on a range of we need to view temporary uses as increasingly legitimate and
infrastructures in both the global South and North and examines important in their own right Peter Bishop and Lesley Williams
how day to day experience and perception of infrastructure explore the growing interest among practitioners at the cutting
provides a new and powerful lens to view politics economics edge of architecture urban design and regeneration in
cultures and ecologies The chapters present diverse cases and temporary interim pop up or meanwhile uses for land and
perspectives connected by a shared sense of infrastructure not buildings in our urban areas They explore the origins and the
just as a thing a system or an output but as a complex social social economic and technological drivers behind this
and technological process that enables or disables particular phenomenon and its place within modern planning theory and practice Using 68 diverse
kinds of action in the city case studies from Europe and North America it challenges our preoccupation with
long term strategies and masterplans and questions our ability to achieve these in the face
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The Urban Section ReNew Town
An analytical tool for cities and streets Adaptive Urbanism and the Low Carbon Community
Robert Mantho Andrew Scott MIT USA and Eran Ben Joseph MIT USA
The design of streets and the connections between streets of Many books on sustainability tell us what should be done this
different character is the most important task for architects and time learn what can be done and how you can do it This book
urbanists working in an urban context Considered at two distinct shows how an existing city can tackle the problems of aging
spatial scales that of the individual street the Street Section buildings and aging people economic decline and social
and the complex of city streets the City Transect Urban change and re make itself as a genuinely sustainable community
Section identifies a range of generic street types and their success for the future Based on rigorous research and careful
or otherwise in responding to climatic cultural traditional morphological social and measurement of outcomes from projects and strategies it sets
economic well being out clear guidance for design and planning solutions By making
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Urban Design Distributed Urbanism
The Composition of Complexity Cities After Google Earth
Ron Kasprisin University of Washington USA Edited by Gretchen Wilkins RMIT University School of
Ron Kasprisin s skills as both an artist and Professor of Urban Architecture and Design Australia
Design and Planning are combined to guide students in how Exploring the increasingly decentralized systems through which
to use illustrations and graphics to elevate their projects beyond cities are organized and produced this book highlights the
the everyday Sketches and plans from basic design elements architectural practices that are emerging in response
to complex projects show the methods and skills students can Contemporary urbanism is shaped by remote distributed
use in forging their own design paths A must for all those on mechanisms such as information technologies i e Google Earth
planning and urban design courses both in the design studio and external networks many of which are physically remote
and out from the cities they shape
Market Urban Design Architecture Planning Routledge
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Public Places Urban Spaces The Exposed City
Matthew Carmona The Bartlett University College London Mapping the Urban Invisibles
UK Tim Heath Taner Oc University of Nottingham UK and Nadia Amoroso University of Toronto Canada
Steve Tiesdell University of Glasgow UK
We are on a cusp and Nadia Amoroso is one of the team players
Public Places Urban Spaces 2e is a thorough introduction to the on this cusp of the New Map showing patterns with great
principles of urban design theory and practice Authored by clarity and singularity combining scientific physical structures
experts in the fields of urban design and planning it is designed atmospheric conditions and showing these patterns over time
specifically for the 2 500 postgraduate students on Urban Design a day a week a month a year or a decade Richard Saul
courses in the UK and 1 500 students on undergraduate courses Wurman Information Architect
in the same subject The 2e of this tried and trusted textbook
Examining elements of cities not visible to the naked eye
has been updated with relevant case studies to show students
Amoroso takes textual urban data and turns it into architectural
how principles have been put into practice The book is now in
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Grotton Revisited Insurgent Public Space
Planning in Crisis Guerrilla Urbanism and the Remaking of Contemporary Cities
Steve Ankers Planning Officer South Downs Society UK Edited by Jeffrey Hou University of Washington USA
David Kaiserman Planning Consultant and Senior Associate In cities around the world individuals and groups are reclaiming
TRA Ltd UK and Chris Shepley Chris Shepley Planning and creating urban sites temporary spaces and informal
Series RTPI Library Series gathering places No longer confined to traditional public areas
st like neighbourhood parks and public plazas these guerrilla
Marking the 31 anniversary of the fabled Grotton Papers this
spaces express the alternative social and spatial relationships in
revisit is an insight into the inner workings of the fictional town
our changing cities
of Grotton celebrating the achievements or lack thereof of
its local planning authority The struggles of Grotton allow real Nearly 20 examples range from community gardening in Seattle
lessons to be learnt from its mistakes and this the seminal and and Los Angeles street dancing in Beijing to the transformation
only satirical book on planning makes ideal reading for all of parking spaces into temporary parks in San Francisco
planners developers and councillors Drawing on the knowledge of individuals actively engaged in
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Streets Reconsidered Concurrent Urbanities
Inclusive Design for the Public Realm Designing Infrastructures of Inclusion
Daniel Iacofano and Mukul Malhotra Edited by Miodrag Mitrasinovic
Streets Reconsidered is the essential resource for city planners urban designers developers Through practical examples and illustrated case studies Concurrent Urbanities showcases
architects landscape architects policymakers and community members who share a how design has been used as an agent of social and political change and as catalyst for
passion for great urban human spaces spatial and urban transformations in cities across the world The international urban
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Gridlock Re Framing Urban Space
Congested Cities Contested Policies Unsustainable Mobility Urban Design for Emerging Hybrid and High Density Conditions
John Sutton Independent transport consultant United Im Sik Cho National University of Singapore Chye Kiang
Kingdom Heng National University of Singapore and Zdravko Trivic
In Gridlock Congested Cities Contested Policies Unsustainable National University of Singapore
Mobility John C Sutton explores how the competing convivial Re framing Urban Space rethinks the role of urban spaces through
and competitive ideologies in transport policy and planning current trends and challenges in urban development Through
practice lead to gridlock in policy as well as on transport systems an innovative and integrative research framework this book
Examining current transport and mobility in a geographical guides the assessment planning design and re design of urban
social political economy and technological context Gridlock spaces at various stages of the decision making process With
highlights the challenges of rising congestion through over 50 best practice case studies of urban design projects in
international case studies high density contexts Re Framing Urban Space provides a
comprehensive and accessible means to understand the critical
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Rebuilding the American City
Design and Strategy for the 21st Century urban Core
David Gamble and Patricia Heyda
Rebuilding the American City offers new insights into the diverse design interventions and
comprehensive planning strategies that American cities have deployed to initiate fiscal
physical and environmental resilience The book provides 18 detailed case studies of projects
envisioned and implemented within the last two decades and interviews with individuals
directly involved in the initiatives Rebuilding the American City is essential reading for
professionals and students in urban design planning and public policy looking for diverse
models of urban transformation to attract and keep the next generation and create resilient
urban cores
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