Unsprawl: Remixing Spaces as Places

Unsprawl Remixing Spaces as Places Unwinding the unsustainable ways in which we ve built our communities over the last half century is the most pressing challenge confronting planning design and development today Utilizing a dozen cas

  • Title: Unsprawl: Remixing Spaces as Places
  • Author: Simmons B. Buntin Ken Pirie Galina Tachieva
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 248
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Unwinding the unsustainable ways in which we ve built our communities over the last half century is the most pressing challenge confronting planning, design and development today Utilizing a dozen case studies from throughout North America, Unsprawl examines the visionary, controversial and ultimately successful strategies employed to introduce new patterns of developmentUnwinding the unsustainable ways in which we ve built our communities over the last half century is the most pressing challenge confronting planning, design and development today Utilizing a dozen case studies from throughout North America, Unsprawl examines the visionary, controversial and ultimately successful strategies employed to introduce new patterns of development into a regulatory, cultural and financial landscape structured to encourage sprawl As architect Galina Tachieva notes in her foreword, Whether they are downtown redevelopments, new greenfield villages, retrofits or ambitious sustainability experiments, the projects in this book demonstrate the long needed revival of our thinking about urbanism.

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