Cities: 10 Lines - A New Lens for the Urbanistic Project is the outcome of extensive research conducted at the Harvard Graduate School of Design on the methods and tools with which designers currently shape cities and open territories. Over the past three decades, new techniques in working the built environment have been deployed in multiple settings, interacting with a wide array of cultures, scales, and intensities. The book documents the most significant, worldwide case studies of each approach and traces back to precedents and references, establishing a theoretical framework and critical assessment of each line of work. Furthermore, Cities: 10 Lines serves as an additional initiative to develop a stronger potential for unprecedented forms of urbanity.
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Joan Busquets is an architect and Professor of Urbanism at the Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB). Since 2002 is the Martin Bucksbaum Professor at the GSD of Harvard University. He is co-founder of the Laboratorio de Urbanismo de Barcelona (UPC, 1969). During the dynamic 1980s, he was the Coordinator of Urbanism of Barcelona City Council. Since 1990 he has been responsible for works of urban planning and architecture in various Spanish and European cities. He has contributed to the definition of urban strategies for Rotterdam, Toledo, The Hauge, Trent, Lisbon, Sao Paulo and Singapore. He has written books about Barcelona (its Eixample and Ciutat Vella districts, and marginal urbanisation) and the "theory and practice" of contemporary urbanism. He was awarded the National Urbanism Prize in 1981 and 1983, and the European Gubbio Prize in 2000.
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Book Description Harvard University Graduate Sc, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P118884472946
Book Description Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 2006. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M8884472946