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Author by : A. Faludi Languange Used : en Release Date : 2013-10-22 Publisher by : Elsevier ISBN : 9781483286488 File Size : 52,7 Mb Total Download : 409
Planning theorists are often criticised for being insufficiently concerned with the needs of practitioners. The author of this book takes a view of planning which centres around the decision-making process and offers a theoretical approach which takes practice as its starting point. Building on his earlier important work, Planning Theory (Pergamon URPS 1984, first edition, 1973), this book constitutes a further major advance in planning thought, synthesizing the influence of the British IOR School with the American 'rational planning model'. Going beyond previous 'generic' approaches, the work
Author by : Beatrix Haselsberger Languange Used : en Release Date : 2017-01-06 Publisher by : Taylor & Francis ISBN : 9781317248439 File Size : 46,8 Mb Total Download : 900
Encounters in Planning Thought builds on the intellectual legacy of spatial planning through essays by leading scholars from around the world, including John Friedmann, Peter Marcuse, Patsy Healey, Andreas Faludi, Judith Innes, Rachelle Alterman and many more. Each author provides a fascinating and inspiring unravelling of his or her own intellectual journey in the context of events, political and economic forces, and prevailing ideas and practices, as well as their own personal lives. This is crucial reading for those interested in spatial planning, including those studying the theory and his
Author by : Rocco Papa Languange Used : en Release Date : 2018-06-12 Publisher by : Springer ISBN : 9783319776828 File Size : 51,5 Mb Total Download : 489
This book offers an overview of sustainability and urban mobility in the context of urban planning – topics that are of considerable interest in the development of smart cities. Environmental sustainability is universally recognized as a fundamental condition for any urban policy or urban management activity, while mobility is essential for the survival of complex urban systems. The new opportunities offered by innovations in the mobility of people, goods and information, as well as radically changing interactions and activities are transforming cities. Including contributions by urban plann
Author by : Cristoforo S. Bertuglia Languange Used : en Release Date : 2012-12-06 Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media ISBN : 9783642959295 File Size : 53,8 Mb Total Download : 865
Recent developments in the field of urban analysis and management are investigated in this book. It is a wide-ranging collection of essays on the subject drawn from a long-term project and seminar, held in Italy, to review the state of the art and speculate on the future influence on the "sciences of the city" of the complexity concept. Of particular interest is the variety of points of view, often contrasting, and the attempt to go beyond the conventional approaches to the analysis, and the planning of the city. While focussing mainly on the European (and in particular Italian) context, the d