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Written by two accomplished architects and urban designers, this user-friendly street design manual shows both how to design new streets and enhance existing ones. It offers step-by-step instruction and shares examples of excellent streets, examining the elements that make them successful as well as how they were designed and created. Topics also include strategies for shaping space in the public right-of-way through correct building height to street width ratios, terminated vistas, landscaping, and street geometry. This book is a valuable resource for urban designers, planners, architects, and engineers. With guest essays from: Kaid Benfield, David Brussat, Javier Cenicacelaya, Hank Dittmar, Andres Duany, Douglas Duany, Emily Glavey, Chip Kaufman, Ethan Kent, Marieanne Khoury-Vogt, Léon Krier, Gianni Longo, Thomas Low, Laura Lyon, Chuck Marohn, Paul Murrain, John Norquist, Stefanos Polyzoides, Gabriele Tagliaventi and Erik Vogt.
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Book Description paperback. Condition: New. Paperback. Pub Date: 2015-09-01 Pages: 400 Language: Chinese Publisher: Electronic Industry Press Victor Dover and John Mason Gal know how to fix America's communities and towns: to re-create walkable place. The first thing to do is to create outstanding people during street Locke. the people in this street will feel comfortable and safe. and will be the surrounding environment to attract. Streets. a book review of hundreds of new and old streets. as we reveal what is effective and what is no. Seller Inventory # CX021124