Urban Design Reader by Steve Tiesdell

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Essential reading for students and practitioners of urban design, this collection of essays introduces the 6 dimensions of urban design through a range of the most important classic and contemporary key texts.

Urban design as a form of place making has become an increasingly significant area of academic endeavour, of public policy and professional practice. Compiled by the authors of the best selling Public Places Urban Spaces, this indispensable guide includes all the crucial definitions and various understandings of the subject, as well as a practical look at how to implement urban design that readers will need to refer to time and time again.

Uniquely, the selections of essays that include the works of Gehl, Jacobs, and Cullen, are presented substantially in their original form, and the truly accessible dip-in-and-out format will enable readers to form a deeper, practical understanding of urban design.
 

About Steve Tiesdell

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Steve Tiesdell, Senior Lecturer in Public Policy, Urban Studies, University of GlasgowDavid Adams, Ian Mactaggart Professor of Property and Urban Studies, University of Glasgow
 
Published February 7, 2007 by Routledge. 384 pages
Genres: History, Arts & Photography, Professional & Technical, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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