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  • Author(s) Alexander R. Cuthbert
  • SubtitleCritical Readings in Urban Design
  • Edition1
  • Published9th January 2003
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631235040

Critical Readings in Urban Design

Designing Cities is the first reader to be published
in the thriving field of urban design. It has been assembled to
appeal to a broad range of readers interested in how the design of
cities comes about.





  • Provides a complex and integrated perspective on the field of
    urban design.


  • Carefully structured, so that students will gain an
    understanding of the theoretical context from which urban design
    has emerged.


  • Includes work by Manuel Castells, David Harvey, Christian
    Norberg-Schultz, Peter Marcuse and others.

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  • Author(s) Alexander R. Cuthbert
  • SubtitleCritical Readings in Urban Design
  • Edition1
  • Published9th January 2003
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9780631235040

Critical Readings in Urban Design

Designing Cities is the first reader to be published
in the thriving field of urban design. It has been assembled to
appeal to a broad range of readers interested in how the design of
cities comes about.





  • Provides a complex and integrated perspective on the field of
    urban design.


  • Carefully structured, so that students will gain an
    understanding of the theoretical context from which urban design
    has emerged.


  • Includes work by Manuel Castells, David Harvey, Christian
    Norberg-Schultz, Peter Marcuse and others.

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