By Professor Castello Lineu
The unfold of newly 'invented' locations, similar to topic parks, procuring department shops and remodeled old components, necessitates a redefinition of the idea that of 'place' from an architectural perspective.
In this interdisciplinary paintings, those invented areas are labeled based on different phenomenological studies they may be able to supply. The publication explores how such 'cloning areas' use placemaking and placemarketing in try to mirror the features present in city areas usually seen as profitable, and the way those locations can have an effect on society's environmental belief. various overseas empirical reviews illustrates how such invented areas could be perceived as valid city areas, and give a contribution in the direction of the standard of lifestyles in state-of-the-art towns.
Read or Download Rethinking the Meaning of Place: Conceiving Place in Architecture-Urbanism (Ethnoscapes) PDF
Similar regional planning books
The unfold of newly 'invented' locations, resembling subject matter parks, procuring department shops and made over old components, necessitates a redefinition of the concept that of 'place' from an architectural standpoint. during this interdisciplinary paintings, those invented areas are labeled in keeping with the several phenomenological studies they can offer.
In keeping with the paintings of Poly5, or the Mediterranean hall, mega-transport infrastructure undertaking, this ground-breaking reference explains how and why conventional top-down government-defined delivery making plans guidelines are failing, because of their tendency to eschew acknowledgement of profoundly multifarious neighborhood and local concerns.
Revitalizing railways as a massive sustainable delivery mode in glossy societies faces many concerns and demanding situations. This in-depth review areas the significance of railways within the wider context of complete sustainability, which encompasses sustainable improvement, social and monetary fairness and neighborhood livability.
Regardless of ongoing technical advances, city and nearby making plans is frequently a ways much less potent than we'd wish. Conflicting methods and variable governmental settings have undermined planning’s legitimacy and allowed its targets to be eroded and co-opted within the face of mounting demanding situations.
- Participatory Rural Planning: Exploring Evidence from Ireland (Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning)
- A Region in Transition: North East England at the Millennium (Urban and Regional Planning and Development Series)
- Transport Policy: Learning Lessons from History (Transport and Society)
- Cities as Engines of Sustainable Competitiveness: European Urban Policy in Practice (Euricur)
- The Imaginative Institution: Planning and Governance in Madrid
Additional resources for Rethinking the Meaning of Place: Conceiving Place in Architecture-Urbanism (Ethnoscapes)