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Public places - urban spaces: the dimensions of urban design. Part III - Implementing urban design

Public places - urban spaces: the dimensions of urban design. Part III -  Implementing urban design

Document Status

Current

Supplement

Sustainability, Environment, Development & Planning

Abstract

Provides a holistic guide to the complex and interacting dimensions of urban design. Covers: the context for urban design; the dimensions of urban design; and implementing urban design.

Author

Carmona, M. et al

History

Due to the file size of this document, it has been spilt into 3 parts for ease of use. This document includes Part III - Implementing urban design. Other parts include Part I - Defining urban design and Part II - The dimensions of urban design. Second edition supersedes Public places - urban spaces: the dimensions of urban design (2005 reprint).

ISBN

9781856178273

Subjects

Publisher History

Architectural Press was originally an imprint of Elsevier. They produce technical books for architects in practice and at study. They are also now part of the Taylor and Francis group, a trading division of Informa UK Ltd.


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