Charter of the New Urbanism, 2nd Edition (P/L Custom Scoring by Congress for the New Urbanism,Emily Talen

By Congress for the New Urbanism,Emily Talen

THE DEFINITIVE advisor TO the foundations of latest URBANISM--FULLY REVISED

The Congress for the hot Urbanism (CNU) is the major association selling walkable, mixed-use local improvement, sustainable groups, and fitter dwelling stipulations. completely up to date to hide the newest environmental, fiscal, and social implications of city layout, Charter of the recent Urbanism, moment version beneficial properties insightful writing from sixty two authors on all the Charter's ideas. Real-world case reports, plans, and examples are integrated throughout.

This pioneering advisor explains the right way to fix city facilities, reconfigure sprawling suburbs, preserve environmental resources, and safeguard our equipped legacy. It examines groups at 3 separate yet interdependent levels:

  • The sector: city, urban, and town
  • Neighborhood, district, and corridor
  • Block, road, and building

Featuring new photographs and illustrations, this functional, updated source is worthy for layout execs, builders, planners, elected officers, and citizen activists.

New insurance includes:

  • Urban-to-Rural Transect
  • Form-based codes
  • Light Imprint group design
  • Retrofitting suburbia
  • Tactical Urbanism
  • Canons of Sustainable structure and Urbanism
  • And a lot more

Essays by:

Randall Arendt

G. B. Arrington

Jonathan Barnett

Stephanie Bothwell

Peter Calthorpe

Thomas J. Comitta

Victor Dover

Andrés Duany

Douglas Farr

Geoffrey Ferrell

Ray Gindroz

Ken Greenberg

Jacky Grimshaw

Douglas Kelbaugh

Léon Krier

Walter Kulash

Bill Lennertz

William Lieberman

Wendy Morris

Elizabeth Moule

John O. Norquist

Myron Orfield

Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk

Stefanos Polyzoides

Shelley R. Poticha

Mark M. Schimmenti

Daniel Solomon

Laurie Volk

Robert D. Yaro

Todd Zimmerman

Commentaries by:

Laurence Aurbach

Kaid Benfield

Phillip Bess

Howard Blackson

Hazel Borys

Patrick Condon

Ann Daigle

Ellen Dunham-Jones

Ethan Goffman

Richard Allen Hall

Tony Hiss

Jennifer Hurley

James Howard Kunstler

Gianni Longo

Tom Low

Michael Lydon

John Massengale

Michael Mehaffy

Anne Vernez Moudon

Steven Mouzon

Paul Murrain

Nathan Norris

Russell Preston

Henry R. Richmond

Daniel Slone

Sandy Sorlien

Robert Steuteville

Galina Tachieva

Emily Talen

Dhiru Thadani

Marc A. Weiss

June Williamson

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