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Urban Design Required Readings

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This document contains a comprehensive summary of the main readings required within this course which form one of the assignments in this course.

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Urban studies and planning Landscape architecture Urban design Community building Landscape Public space Urbanism Placemaking Principles of intelligent urbanism Urban open space
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Urban studies and planning Landscape architecture Urban design Community building Landscape Public space Urbanism Placemaking Principles of intelligent urbanism Urban open space
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. . simply is not possible’ (Rowley, 1994, 195) - ‘the interface between architecture, town planning, and related professions’; ‘the three dimensional design of places for people . . . and their subsequent care and management’ The scale of urban fabric which urban design addresses; - Modernists concentrated on the design of an abstract but integrated space. - The postmodern reaction to such abstraction was an attention to smaller scale urban places and their meaning. - Macro-urban design has been largely abandoned in areas confronting economic decline. - Yet at the same time, where growth pressure has been on the rise, macro-urban design has remained a pressing need. - Acknowledge this divide and to maintain that there are two different types of urban design: a m...
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