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SQUARES. Urban Spaces in Europe | Sophie Wolfrum | 9783038216490

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SQUARES

Urban Spaces in Europe

Auteur:Sophie Wolfrum

Uitgever:Birkhäuser

ISBN: 978-3-03821-649-0

  • Hardcover
  • Engels
  • 312 pagina's
  • 7 jan. 2015

The book 'SQUARES. Urban Spaces in Europe' presents 70 European urban squares and explains with the most important characteristics in a consistent manner in as-built plan, ground plan, section, and axonometric projection.

The question of composition and spatial qualities arises in every urban design concept or intervention in the spatial structure of urban public squares. How are the essential elements involved: dimension, proportion, alignment, cohesion, accesses, shaping of focus point and of edges like surfaces and materials? How do they contribute to a character of urban space with which residents can identify?

Comparing historical examples with current designs aids one in visualizing spatial effect. Similar to a floor planmanualfor buildings,Squares allows the user to evaluate spatial conditions for movement and rest based on comparable existing urban squares.

The book 'SQUARES. Urban Spaces in Europe' presents 70 European urban squares and explains with the most important characteristics in a consistent manner in as-built plan, ground plan, section, and axonometric projection.

The question of composition and spatial qualities arises in every urban design concept or intervention in the spatial structure of urban public squares. How are the essential elements involved: dimension, proportion, alignment, cohesion, accesses, shaping of focus point and of edges like surfaces and materials? How do they contribute to a character of urban space with which residents can identify?

Comparing historical examples with current designs aids one in visualizing spatial effect. Similar to a floor planmanualfor buildings,Squares allows the user to evaluate spatial conditions for movement and rest based on comparable existing urban squares. The book 'SQUARES. Urban Spaces in Europe' offers the planner a comparative example for most conditions (shape, size, location, topography, and so on).

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