Introducing Urban Design
Interventions and Responses

Edited by Clara Greed and Marion Roberts
June 1998
Longman / Pearson Education
ISBN: 0-582-28534-8
250 pages, illustrated
$53.50 paper original


This book recognizes that a key feature of modern urban design practice is the ability to integrate a concern with the visual & aesthetic aspects of urban form, with a strong awareness of the need of user groups, plus a sensitivity to wider environmental issues. Chapter include: Definitions & Perceptions. Scope of Urban Design. Practice. Conservation in the Built Environment. Urban Design & Regeneration. Landscape & Urban Design. Art in the Public Realm. Design for Movement. Accessible Environments. Women & the Urban Environment. Planning for Crime Prevention. The People & the Process. Conclusion. Bibliography. Appendices. Indexes.

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