The book reviews the way that planning policies, architectural trends and economic forces have undermined the viability of urban areas in Britain since the Industrial Revolution. Now that much post-war planning philosophy is being discredited we are left with few urban models other than garden city inspired suburbia. Are these appropriate in the 21st century given environmental concerns, demographic change, social and economic pressures? The authors suggest that these trends point to a very different urban future.
The authors argue that we must reform our towns and cities so that they become attractive, humane places where people will choose to live. The Sustainable Urban Neighbourhood is a model for such reform and the book describes what this would look like and how it might be brought about.
|Produto sob encomenda||Sim|
|Início da Venda||21/11/2014|
|Formato Livro Digital|
|Tamanho do Arquivo||35964|
|Código do Formato|
|Número de Páginas||288 (aproximado)|
|Ano da Publicação||110|