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SHAPING CITIES. Emerging Models of Planning Practice | Mohammad al-Asad, Rahul Mehrotra | 9783775742368

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SHAPING CITIES

Emerging Models of Planning Practice

Auteur:Mohammad al-Asad, Rahul Mehrotra

Uitgever:Hatje Cantz

ISBN: 978-3-7757-4236-8

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 160 pagina's
  • 1 dec. 2016

Today’s urban environments face ever-increasing flows of human movement, natural disasters, and iterative economic crises. In response, city planning has developed innovative, hybrid forms that go beyond conventional ways of planning. Integrating practices of other disciplines, planning has become increasingly intricate and at the same time dependent on the cross fertilization of data, ideas, and actions across economies, societies, and geographies.

This richly illustrated book of edited essays aims at introducing new approaches towards the planning of cities across the world, including Central and South America, Europe, the Middle East, and East Asia. Covering demographically, politically, culturally, and socially diverse regions, it not only examines the use of conventional planning tools, but also explores more experimental and cross-disciplinary approaches of urban planning.

With contributions by Bruno De Meulder, Farrokh Derakhshani, Alejandro Echeverri, Lim Eng Hwee, Christopher C.M. Lee, Rahul Mehrotra, Mohsen Mostafavi, Dennis Pieprz, Kais Samarrai, Kelly Shannon, Aaron Tan, Mohammad al-Asad, Weiwen Huang

Today’s urban environments face ever-increasing flows of human movement, natural disasters, and iterative economic crises. In response, city planning has developed innovative, hybrid forms that go beyond conventional ways of planning. Integrating practices of other disciplines, planning has become increasingly intricate and at the same time dependent on the cross fertilization of data, ideas, and actions across economies, societies, and geographies.

This richly illustrated book of edited essays aims at introducing new approaches towards the planning of cities across the world, including Central and South America, Europe, the Middle East, and East Asia. Covering demographically, politically, culturally, and socially diverse regions, it not only examines the use of conventional planning tools, but also explores more experimental and cross-disciplinary approaches of urban planning.

With contributions by Bruno De Meulder, Farrokh Derakhshani, Alejandro Echeverri, Lim Eng Hwee, Christopher C.M. Lee, Rahul Mehrotra, Mohsen Mostafavi, Dennis Pieprz, Kais Samarrai, Kelly Shannon, Aaron Tan, Mohammad al-Asad, Weiwen Huang

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