Das neue Mainz: Leibbrand, Kurt; Ernst May; Felix Boesler Das neue Mainz: Leibbrand, Kurt; Ernst May; Felix Boesler Das neue Mainz: Leibbrand, Kurt; Ernst May; Felix Boesler

Das neue Mainz

Leibbrand, Kurt; Ernst May; Felix Boesler

Published by Margraf und Fischer. Eggebrecht-Presse. H. & M. Schmidt-Rhen unter Mitarbeit des Büros des Planungsbeauftragten, Mainz, 1961
Condition: vg Soft cover

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Oblong 4to. Spiral-bound color illustrated wraps. Interesting publication on the rebuilding, development and planning of post-war Mainz. Profusely illustrated with maps, plans, b/w photographic reproductions of architecture and architectural models. Some opf the maps and plans in color. One color map with printed parchment overlay. In three parts (* detailed contents listed below): 1) Prof. Dr. Ing.e.h., Dr. phil.h.c. Ernst May: Erläuterungsbericht des Planungsbeauftragten zur Generalplanung der Stadt Mainz. 2) Prof. Dr. Felix Boesler: Die Struktur der Stadt Mainz. 3) Prof. Dr. Ing. Kurt Leibbrand: Verkehrsplanung Mainz. Three index pages printed on parchment. Some creasing and staining on wraps. Herausgeber Klischees Druckgrafische Gestaltung. Text in German. Wraps in good+, interior in very good condition. * 1) Historischer Rückblick. Die Zerstörung der Stadt Mainz und die Abtrennung des rechtsrheinischen Gebietes der Stadt. Die Aufgabe der städtebaulichen Planung. Strukturanalyse. Topografie und die aus ihr abgeleiteten Konsequenzen für die strukturelle Gliederung der Stadt. Verkehr. Die baugesetzlichen Grundlagen für den Neuaufbau. Der Programmplan. Aufbau in den Außengebieten. Das bauliche Erbe der Vergangenheit. Der neue Aufbau auf den Trümmern des mittelalterlichen Mainz. Die Grundflächenpolitik. Das neue Mainz.2) Wesen und Aufgaben der Strukturforschung. Strukturatlas Mainz. Mainz in der Geschichte. Das Funktionsbild der Stadt. Mainz - eine vielseitige Stadt. Mainz als zentraler Ort höherer Ordnung. Fremdenverkehr. Mainz und Wiesbaden. Ballungsraum Wiesbaden - Wiesbaden. Mainz im weiteren Landschaftsrahmen. Das Stadtgebiet heute. Baugrund. Bodengüte. Das Cityproblem. Bevölkerungsentwicklung. Bevölkerungsprognose. Ein- und Auspendler. Opel-Pendler. Die Struktur der Wirtschaft in Mainz. Landwirtschaft. Die Industrie. Industrieschäden - Lufthygiene. Einzelhandel. Handwerk. Die Naherholungsgebiete. Notwendigkeit einer umfassenden Raumordnung3) Grundlagen. Planungszeit. Planungsraum. Öffentlicher Verkehr. Berechnung für Linie 1. Privater Verkehr. Die Verkehrsströme. Aufbau des Straßennetzes. Fernstraßen. Innerstädtische Hauptstraßen. Übriges innerstädtisches Netz. Leistungsberechnungen. Einzelentwürfe. Bookseller Inventory # 23946

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Title: Das neue Mainz

Publisher: Margraf und Fischer. Eggebrecht-Presse. H. & M. Schmidt-Rhen unter Mitarbeit des Büros des Planungsbeauftragten, Mainz

Publication Date: 1961

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:vg

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