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02-Một cách nhìn khác về lý thuyết QH của Alan March, Melbourne University

Tháng Ba 20, 2012 1 Bình luận

Practising theory: When
theory affects urban planning

Abstract

This article starts from the premise that, for all its diverse ideals and technical bases, the core of planning is an ability to favourably influence collective spatial concerns. The location of practice within spatial governance means that the ‘worth’ of planning theories often depends upon the nature of governance itself in given places and times. In this article, three layered vignettes of practice in Victoria, Australia are presented to demonstrate the importance of governance settings to the value and success of selected planning theories at different geographical and temporal scales. The vignettes examine: the introduction of new planning legislation in Victoria, Australia; the takeup of medium density housing; and the influence of communicative planning on participation.

The article concludes that the effects of theory upon practice depend upon institutional circumstances, and that theory, and its users, must address this to be effective and to prevent unintended outcomes

Full text: http://plt.sagepub.com/content/9/2/108.full.pdf+html

02-Một cách nhìn về lý thuyết & thực tiễn quy hoạch từ Indonexia

Tháng Ba 20, 2012 1 Bình luận

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2011

http://indonesiaurbanstudies.blogspot.com.au/2011/01/planning-theory-derived-from-planning.html (20/3/2012)

Planning theory derived from planning practices in Indonesia

The gap between planning theory and practice has been identified for years (Alexander 1997; Brooks 2002; Sanyal 2002). Planning practice and planning theory have two distinctive communities of interest (Brook 2002). None of planning practitioners who participated in the survey conducted by MIT found planning theory useful when they grappled with conflicting interests (Rodwin and Sanyal 2000). Friedmann (2003) asserted that most planners go through their education without a clear understanding of planning theory.
The language of planning theory is abstract, esoteric and highly technical for most planning practitioners (Brook 2002). Most ideas of planning theory have not engaged planning practitioners constructively and planning theorists communicated their ideas to others who share their interests (Brooks 2002). It’s clear that we should bridge the theory and practice gap. Bridging the theory and practice gap is important because planning theory is fundamental to the planning profession. Planning practitioners need to understand the epistemological underpinnings of their actions. There is no planning practice without a theory about how planning ought to be practiced(Friedmann 2003).In a more recent article, Friedmann (2008) identified three major ways of how planning theory can contribute to the advancement of planning practices. First, philosophical way that evolves humanist philosophy for planning and traces its implications for planning practice. Second, adaptation way that helps adapt planning practices to the real constraints including scale, complexity and time. Third, translation way that translates knowledge and ideas from other fields into the domain of planning.There are four types of planning theory based on the basis of their intent (see Alexander 2003; Brook 2002 and Friedmann 2003). First, theories about planning that focus on its role in a particular milieu, i.e. community, nation or society and are based on empirical study or experience of practice. Second, theories for planning that propose models or strategies for planning practitioners to consider or use. Third, theories in planning that focus on the subject or objects of the planning undertaking. This type of theory is used in planning practices and is specific to its several specializations, i.e. community development, land use, transportation, environmental planning, etc. Fourth, theories of planning that address what is common to all planning specializations and explicate characteristics of planning practice.

Theories of planning are said to be irrelevant to planning practice (Friedmann 2003; 2008). Furthermore, Alexander (2003) argued that diversity of practices in planning and different types of planners in different contexts complicate the relevance of theories of planning for planning practice. The gap between planning practice and planning theory occurs specifically between planning practice and theories of planning.

Most planning theories were developed and extended within the context of Western liberal democracies. What is the relevance or the applicability of those planning theories to planning practice in different contexts is one of the most interesting theoretical and practical conundrums in planning. What about the gap between planning theory and planning practice in Indonesia? There has not been any study to investigate the gap between planning theory and practice in Indonesia, but I can assure that there is gap between planning theory and practice in Indonesia. Planning theory is also taught to students in the planning schools in Indonesia but I’m not sure the relevance of planning theory for planning practitioners in Indonesia.

This post attempts to bridge the gap between planning theories and practice in Indonesia. Needless to say, this is a daunting task. This is just the beginning of a long journey of bridging planning theories and planning practice in Indonesia.

I identify at least four articles about planning theory derived from planning practice in Indonesia. Beard (2002) developed covert planning for social transformation that was drawn from a longitudinal study of informal settlements along the Code River, Yogyakarta. A case study of a local youth group that planned and maintained library in the informal settlements along the Code River was used to illustrate the concept of covert planning that was defined as a “covert, incipient and incremental form of planning” (Beard 2002).

Drawing on the same study of informal settlement along the Code River, Yogyakarta, Beard (2003) extended radical planning in restrictive political environments. She used three local-level planning cases including the development of a health care clinic, the pavement project and the library project by residents in the informal settlements along the Code River to explain how the foundation for radical planning evolved in authoritarian contexts.

Hudalah et al (2010) explored ideas about communicative planning and capacity building in collective action. They combined political opportunity structure and Kingdon’s policy window and developed an agency-centered approach to opportunity. The extended ideas about communicative planning and capacity building were applied to two debates on development planning projects in the periurban area of North Bandung Area, Indonesia.

Hudalah et al (2011) extended the potential of policy networking as capacity building. They explained how a planning policy network is constructed and how it can improve the governance that faces spatial, social and institutional fragmentations. The debate on the road development proposal in North Bandung Area, Indonesia was used to illustrate their extended policy network as capacity building.

In addition to the articles about planning theories derived from planning practices in Indonesia, I will present ideas from Bambang S. Priyohadi (BSP), an Indonesian planner who has more than 30 years of planning experiences in the Department of Public Works and in the Province of Yogyakarta. BSP theorized his planning experiences in a thread of discussion in the Referensi list-serve. BSP argued that planning is a model of communication. Planning and policy executor are on the same side and expected to serve community and the nature on the other side.

BSP characterized planning in four ways including planning is an endless communication, planning is selling ideas, planning is constructing hopes and planning is sharing believes.

Planning is an endless communication. BSP argued that planning is a process that will still continue even when the plan is completed. Planning has not started when “the planning law or ordinances has been passed” or “the plan has been completed”. Planning will only end when the civilization is over. The discrepancies between the planned and the real conditions will likely occur and they are unpredictable. Using the unconditional cash transfer program (BLT), the disaster donation in Bantul and the development of agricultural areas in Samas-Pandansimo, BSP indicated unpredictable outcomes that were not identified in the plans. In the case of BLT, the outcomes are the panders (calo) who get personal advantages from the cash transfer coupons. One of unpredictable outcomes of the disaster donation in Bantul is the increase of motorcycle sales. The unexpected outcome of the success of development in Samas-Pandansimo is the increase of prostitute from about 60 to more than 500 in 3 years.

Planning is selling ideas. The presentation techniques have been learned by the planning practitioners from planning schools, but the planning practitioners also need to sell their ideas effectively. Selling an idea is not always about the excellent presentation technique but more importantly also about the right attitude and thought. BSP identified several factors to be considered in selling ideas effectively including customer language, understanding of the customer needs, communication techniques, communication intensity, and message clarity.

Planning is constructing hopes. Planners often consider their plans as the best representation of the community’s expectations. In fact, the plans are mostly created within the context of different sense of priority and the background of the planners. Planners are expected to meet the expectations or the hopes of the community.

Planning is sharing beliefs. Building trust is the important prerequisite in the planning process that is often neglected by the planners. Using his experience when working with residents of Ngawen in Gunung Kidul Regency, BSP was able to develop an effective mutual relationship with them and produce the expected results through sharing a very strong belief with them.

References:

  1. Alexander, E.R. (1997). A mile of a millimeter: measuring the planning theory-practice gap. Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 24(1): 3-6
  2. Alexander, E.R. (2003). Response to ‘Why do planning theory?’ Planning Theory 2(3): 179-182
  3. Beard, V.A. (2002). Covert planning for social transformation in Indonesia. Journal of Planning Education and Research 22(1): 15-25
  4. Beard, V.A. (2003). Learning radical planning: the power of collective action. Planning Theory 2(1): 13-35
  5. Brooks, M. (2002). Planning Theory for Practitioners. Chicago: APA Press.
  6. Friedmann, J. (2003). Why do planning theory? Planning Theory 2(1): 7-10
  7. Friedmann, J. (2008). The uses of planning theory: a bibliographic essay. Journal of Planning Education and Research 28: 247-257
  8. Hudalah, D., Winarso, H., and Woltjer, J. (2010). Planning by opportunity: an analysis of periurban environmental conflict in Indonesia. Environment and Planning A 42(9): 2254-2269
  9. Hudalah, D., Winarso, H., and Woltjer, J. (2011 forthcoming). Policy networking as capacity building: an analysis of regional road development conflict in Indonesia.Planning Theory
  10. Rodwin, L. and Sanyal, B. (eds.). (2000). The Profession of City Planning. Rutgers, NJ: Center for Urban Policy Research
  11. Sanyal, B. (2002). Globalization, ethical compromise and planning theory. Planning Theory 1(2): 116-123

IPHS international conferences

There have been fourteen international planning history conferences, and they have been held biennially since 1994 (http://www.planninghistory.org/conferences.html).

2012 IPHS Conference

2010 IPHS Conference
Past IPHS Conferences (by year)
Photographs from Past IPHS Conferences

For non-IPHS organised conferences see the Newsboard

2012 IPHS Conference

The 15th International Planning History Society Conference will be held in Sao Paulo, Brazil on July 15-18 2012.

The 2012 conference convenor is Professor Dr. Maria Christina da Silva Leme of the Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo, Universidade de Sao Paulo. Email: crisleme@usp.br

Details of the 2012 IPHS conference may be found at the following website:

http://www.fau.usp.br/15-iphs-conference-sao-paulo-2012

2010 IPHS Conference

14th International Planning History Society Conference, Istanbul, Turkey
“Urban Transformation: Controversies, Contrasts and Challenges” 
12-15 July 2010

Conference Theme

The conference theme seeks to provide a window not only for a broad investigation of urban transformation aspects in Planning History across the world, but also for sharing professional and academic knowledge and expertise in Istanbul, in the European Capital of Culture 2010.

During the recent globalisation period, Istanbul has become the focus for a number of urban transformation initiatives, which have brought an unprecedented level of challenges in planning, urban governance, cultural and social structure, historic preservation and other areas.

Proposals will preferably address one or more of the following sub-themes:

Urban transformation and planning history [concepts of urban transformation, planning cultures and planning models]

Urban transformation strategies, policies, tools, urban management and governance,

Urban transformation and the urban space [urban form and architecture, urban transformation in heritage sites, landscapes, waterfronts, and public spaces, etc.]

Urban transformation and land use: housing and squatter settlements, commercial and industrial districts, transportation and infrastructure

Urban transformation and the society [social inclusion, social justice, urban poverty, gentrification]

Urban transformation and the economy [political economy of urban transformation, financial arrangements in urban transformation]

Urban transformation and the environment [sustainable transformation, green interventions, disaster management, etc.]

The IPHS conference organizers also welcome proposals that cover the full breadth of planning history.

Co-Host and Organizers: 

Istanbul Technical University Faculty of Architecture
Istanbul Technical University Urban and Environmental Planning and Research Cente

Prof.Dr.Nuran Zeren Gülersoy
Conference Convenor
gulersoy@itu.edu.tr
Assistant Professor Dr.Hatice Ayataç
Conference Secretariat
ayatac@itu.edu.tr

Conference Venue:

The conference venue was the Taskisla Building, the home of conference hosts Istanbul Technical University’s ( ITU) Faculty of Architecture and ITU Urban and Environmental Planning and Research Center.

The Taskisla Building was constructed between 1848 and 1853 as a military medical academy for the Ottoman Army. The building plans, drawn by W. James Smith, were modified and the building’s function was changed to one of a military barracks in 1849. This modification was part of a construction plan that were intended to ensure the security of the area around the Dolmabahce Palace.

The building sustained some damage in the earthquake of 1894, and was restored by architect Raimondo D’Aronco. In 1944, the building was handed over to the ITU and restored by architects Paul Bonatz and Emin Onat. Teaching started in 1950, by the Civil Engineering and Architecture Faculties. In 1983, it was classified as a first degree historical monument.

Website

www.iphs2010.org

Past IPHS Conferences 

Year
Host City
Conference Theme
1977
London
1980
Brighton
The Giant City
1988
Tokyo
Export of Planning Ideas
1989
Birmingham
The Garden City
1991
Richmond, VA
Joint with SACRPH
1994
Hong Kong
Cities & Their Environment
1996
Thessaloniki
The Planning of Capital Cities
1998
Sydney
20th Century Planning Experience
2000
Helsinki
Centre-Periphery-Globalisation: Past and Present
2002
London and Letchworth
Cities of Tomorrow
2004
Barcelona
Planning Models and the Culture of Cities/Modelos Urbanisticos y Cultura de las Ciudades
2006
Delhi
2008
Chicago
“Public Versus Private Planning: Themes, Trends and Tensions”

03-Bàn về cấu trúc cuốn sách Lý thuyết quy hoạch

Tháng Ba 6, 2012 8 comments

Khối lượng đồ sộ về sách vở liên quan đến quy hoạch, cho thấy, với tình hình hiện nay nhóm không thể có được nghiên cứu tồng quát về lý thuyết quy hoạch, ít nhất trong vài năm tới.

Việc thực hiện cuốn sách hiện nay tỏ ra chỉ có thể khả thi nếu vấn đề được giới hạn, tập trung vào những vấn đề cốt lõi của quy hoạch, và liên quan đến tình hình Việt Nam. Ngoài ra, do uy tín của nhóm còn có hạn, nên trước mắt, với cuốn sách đầu tiên, các chương cần phải được xây dựng phù hợp với những người tham gia viết sách. Bàn luận quá nhiều, quá cầu toàn, nguyên tắc, trước khi bắt tay vào làm có vẻ chưa cần thiết ở thời điểm này.

Sau một thời gian suy nghĩ tôi (Bình) cho rằng cuốn sách có thể được cấu trúc theo các chương sau (tên chương sách là dự tính) và những người có khả năng đảm trách như sau:

1. Giới thiệu: sẽ viết sau cùng (người nào tham gia cũng được)

2. Xã hội, đô thị và các tư tưởng quy hoạch (Bình có thể viết)

3. Lý luận, luật pháp và thực tiễn công tác tổ chức, vận hành bộ máy quy hoạch ở Việt Nam (đề nghị Hiếu viết)

4. Thực tiễn quy hoạch và giảng dạy quy hoạch tại Việt Nam (đề nghị Loan viết)

5. Tính toán, đo đạc, thiết kế, kiểm soát và phát triển hệ thống giao thông (chuyên sâu về mảng giao thông: mảng này đang thiếu người, xem ra ngoài Vũ Anh Tuấn, Viện Nghiên cứu chính sách giao thông, Tokyo, Nhật Bản, không ai có thể viết tốt hơn được)

6. Quy hoạch và sứ mạng phát triển kinh tế xã hội (chuyên sâu về mối liên hệ giữa quy hoạch và kinh tế: đề nghị Bảo Đoan viết)

7. Quy hoạch và phát triển đô thị Việt Nam và ảnh hưởng của tiến trình toàn cầu hóa (chuyên sâu về quy hoạch và toàn cầu hóa: đề nghị Hảo viết)

8. Thiết kế đô thị – những trào lưu tư tưởng tiến bộ và áp dụng cho Việt Nam (chuyên sâu về thiết kế đô thị, đề nghị Dũng viết)

9. ??? (đề nghị Phương đề xuất viết một chương phù hợp)

10. Kết luận (có thể không cần viết)

Đây là ý tưởng đầu tiên về cuốn sách. Đề nghị các bạn cân nhắc cho ý kiến hoặc đề xuất ý tưởng của riêng mình.

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02-Urban Planning literature 2011-2012 at MIT

Aerts, J. C. J. H. (2012). Climate adaptation and flood risk in coastal cities. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, Earthscan.

Andersson, D. E., Å. E. Andersson, et al. (2011). Handbook of creative cities. Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, Edward Elgar Pub.

Angel, S. (2011). Making room for a planet of cities. Cambridge, Mass., Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Banerjee, T. and A. Loukaitou-Sideris (2011). Companion to urban design. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, Routledge.

Barnett, J. (2011). City design : modernist, traditional, green, and systems perspectives. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, Routledge.

Beatley, T. (2011). Biophilic cities : integrating nature into urban design and planning. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Biles, R. (2011). The fate of cities : urban America and the federal government, 1945-2000. Lawrence, University Press of Kansas.

Birch, E. L. and S. M. Wachter (2011). Global urbanization. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press.

Bissell, W. C. (2011). Urban design, chaos, and colonial power in Zanzibar. Bloomington, Indiana University Press.

Boyer, M. C. and C. Le (2011). Le Corbusier : homme de lettres. New York, Princeton Architectural Press.

Brenner, N., P. Marcuse, et al. (2012). Cities for people, not for profit : critical urban theory and the right to the city. London ; New York, NY, Routledge.

Brower, S. N. (2011). Neighbors and neighborhoods : elements of successful community design. Chicago, Ill., APA Planners Press.

Bulkeley, H., V. Castán Broto, et al. (2011). Cities and low carbon transitions. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, Routledge.

Burdett, R., D. Sudjic, et al. (2011). Living in the endless city : the Urban Age project by the London School of Economics and Deutsche Bank’s Alfred Herrhausen Society. London, Phaidon Press Ltd.

Calthorpe, P. (2011). Urbanism in the age of climate change. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Chan, Y. (2011). “Location theory and decision analysis analytics of spatial information technology.”  2nd. from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-15663-2 MIT Access Only.

Charlesworth, E. R. and R. Adams (2011). The EcoEdge : urgent design challenges in building sustainable cities. London ; New York, Routledge.

Colantonio, A. and T. J. Dixon (2011). Urban regeneration & social sustainability : best practice from European cities. Chichester, West Sussex, UK ; Hoboken, NJ, Wiley-Blackwell.

Coyle, S. (2011). Sustainable and resilient communities : a comprehensive action plan for towns, cities, and regions. Hoboken, N.J., Wiley.

Cuthbert, A. R. (2011). Understanding cities : method in urban design. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, Routledge.

Dalla Longa, R. and SpringerLink (Online service) (2011). “Urban models and public-private partnership.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-70508-6 MIT Access Only.

Dannenberg, A. L., H. Frumkin, et al. (2011). “Making healthy places designing and building for health, well-being, and sustainability.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.5822/978-1-61091-036-1 MIT Access Only.

“The environment that we construct affects both humans and our natural world in myriad ways. There is a pressing need to create healthy places and to reduce the health threats inherent in places already built. However, there has been little awareness of the adverse effects of what we have constructed-or the positive benefits of well designed built environments. This book provides a far-reaching follow-up to the pathbreaking Urban Sprawl and Public Health, published in 2004. That book sparked a range of inquiries into the connections between constructed environments, particularly cities and suburbs, and the health of residents, especially humans. Since then, numerous studies have extended and refined the book’s research and reporting. Making Healthy Places offers a fresh and comprehensive look at this vital subject today. There is no other book with the depth, breadth, vision, and accessibility that this book offers. In addition to being of particular interest to undergraduate and graduate students in public health and urban planning, it will be essential reading for public health officials, planners, architects, landscape architects, environmentalists, and all those who care about the design of their communities. Like a well-trained doctor, Making Healthy Places presents a diagnosis of-and offers treatment for-problems related to the built environment. Drawing on the latest scientific evidence, with contributions from experts in a range of fields, it imparts a wealth of practical information, with an emphasis on demonstrated and promising solutions to commonly occurring problems.”–

Doucet, I., N. Janssens, et al. (2011). “Transdisciplinary knowledge production in architecture and urbanism towards hybrid modes of inquiry.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-0104-5 MIT Access Only.

Evans, B. M., F. McDonald, et al. (2011). Urban identity : learning from place 2. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, N.Y, Routledge.

Ferrell, C., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., et al. (2011). Reinventing the urban interstate : a new paradigm for multimodal corridors. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board.

Firley, E. and J. Gimbal (2011). The urban towers handbook. Chichester, John Wiley & Sons.

Friedmann, J. (2011). Insurgencies : essays in planning theory. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, Routledge.

Gehl, J. (2011). Life between buildings : using public space. Washington, D.C., Island Press.

Goldstein, B. E. (2012). Collaborative resilience : moving through crisis to opportunity. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press.

Greenberg, K. (2011). Walking home : the life and lessons of a city builder. Toronto, Random House Canada.

Hall, P. and M. Tewdwr-Jones (2011). Urban and regional planning. Abingdon, Oxon, England ; New York, Routledge.

This is the fifth edition of the classic text for students of urban and regional planning. It gives a historical overview of the developments and changes in the theory and practice of planning throughout the entire 20th century.

Hamnett, S. and D. K. Forbes (2011). Planning Asian cities : risks and resilience. London ; New York, Routledge.

Hauck, T., R. Keller, et al. (2011). Infrastructural urbanism : addressing the in-between. Berlin, DOM Publishers.

“This volume discusses spatial design implications of technical and transport infrastructure. The authors look at projects of various scales – from skate parks to urban highways – in many different cities – Mexico City, New York, London, Paris, Zurich, Seattle, Barcelona, Stockholm, Sao Paulo, Antwerp. They demonstrate that infrastructure generates its own category of urban realm.”–P.[4] of cover.

Hinkel, R. U. and S. Attiwill (2011). Urban interior : informal explorations, interventions and occupations. Baunach, Germany, Spurbuchverlag.

Hodgson, K., M. C. Campbell, et al. (2011). Urban agriculture : growing healthy, sustainable places. Chicago, Ill., American Planning Association.

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Hustwit, G. and Plexifilm (Firm) (2012). Urbanized a documentary film. [United States], Plexifilm,.

Documents the issues and strategies behind the design of cities. Hear from some of the world’s foremost architects, planners, policymakers, builders, and thinkers. Discover the challenges of balancing housing, mobility, public space, civic engagement, economic development, and environmental policy that are fast becoming universal concerns. Explore a diverse range of urban design projects around the world which will frame a global discussion on the future of cities.

Jackson, R. W. (2011). Highway under the Hudson : a history of the Holland Tunnel. New York, New York University Press.

Jacobs, A. B. (2011). The good city : reflections and imaginations. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, Routledge.

Kaminer, T., M. Robles-Durán, et al. (2011). Urban asymmetries : studies and projects on neoliberal urbanization. Rotterdam, 010 Publishers.

The onset of the current global economic crisis provides the perfect backdrop for reviewing the dire consequences that neoliberal urban policies have had upon the city, and for discussing possible alternatives to market-driven development. In this light “Urban asymmetries” centres on the contradictions of uneven urban development as a means of providing both a substantial critique of the current urban condition and a discussion of necessary counter practices, policies and strategies for designing in such environments, and inferring that social betterment within the city is possible by strategic use of the tools available to the urbanist and to the architect. The book aims to disprove some of the prevailing disciplinary discourses in architecture and urbanism which see the city as ‘a given’ rather than as an evolving socio-historic phenomenon, and intends to challenge the ubiquitous understanding of architecture as devoid of any social transformative power.

Kasarda, J. D. and G. Lindsay (2011). Aerotropolis : the way we’ll live next. New York, Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

Outlines a panoramic view of what the authors predict will be the next phase of globalization, describing transportation-centric urban regions designed to keep workers, suppliers, and goods networked within the global marketplace.

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This comprehensive review of urban policy in Poland looks at the urban system and the challenges it faces, national policies for urban development in Poland, and adapting governance for a national urban policy agenda.

Page, M. and T. Mennel (2011). Reconsidering Jane Jacobs. Chicago, Ill., American Planning Association.

Phelps, N. A. and F. Wu (2011). International perspectives on suburbanization : a post-suburban world? Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY, Palgrave Macmillan.

“New urban developments such as office blocks, warehouses and retail complexes are increasingly common in outer city regions across the world. This book examines the processes of post-suburbanization in international perspective, exploring how developments across the world might be considered post-suburban”–

Pinon, P. (2011). Paris détruit : du vandalisme architectural aux grandes opérations d’urbanisme. Paris, Parigramme.

Portugali, J. (2011). “Complexity, cognition and the city.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-19451-1 MIT Access Only.

Rauch, S. and G. M. Morrison (2012). “Urban environment proceedings of the 10th Urban Environment Symposium.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-2540-9 MIT Access Only.

Ren, X. (2011). Building globalization : transnational architecture production in urban China. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

Robinson, D. (2011). Computer modelling for sustainable urban design : physical principles, methods and applications. London ; Washington, DC, Earthscan.

Ross, A. (2011). Bird on fire : lessons from the world’s least sustainable city. Oxford ; New York, Oxford University Press.

Rydin, Y. (2011). The purpose of planning : creating sustainable towns and cities. Bristol ; Portland, OR, Policy Press.

Planning systems have evolved to protect and shape our built and natural environments. But what exactly do they do and how do they work? This book answers these questions and many more to help the reader understand the purpose of planning.

Schmid, H., W.-D. Sahr, et al. (2011). Cities and fascination : beyond the surplus of meaning. Farnham ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Scott, A. and E. Ben-Joseph (2012). Renewtown : adaptive urbanism and the low carbon community. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, Routledge.

Slavin, M. I. and SpringerLink (Online service) (2011). “Sustainability in America’s cities creating the green metropolis.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.5822/978-1-61091-028-6 MIT Access Only.

Tasan-Kok, T. and G. Baeten (2012). “Contradictions of neoliberal planning cities, policies, and politics.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-8924-3 MIT Access Only.

Tewdwr-Jones, M. (2011). Urban reflections : narratives of place, planning and change. Bristol, Policy Press.

Thériault, M. and F. Des Rosiers (2011). Modeling urban dynamics : mobility, accessibility and real estate value. London, UK, Hoboken, NJ, ISTE ; Wiley.

Tiesdell, S. and D. Adams (2011). Urban design in the real estate development process. Chichester ; Ames, Iowa, Wiley-Blackwell.

Troy, A. (2012). The very hungry city : urban energy efficiency and the economic fate of cities. New Haven, Yale University Press.

“As global demand for energy grows and prices rise, a city’s energy consumption becomes increasingly tied to its economic viability, warns the author of The Very Hungry City. Austin Troy, a seasoned expert in urban environmental management, explains for general readers how a city with a high “urban energy metabolism”–that is, a city that needs large amounts of energy in order to function–will be at a competitive disadvantage in the future. He explores why cities have different energy metabolisms and discusses an array of innovative approaches to the problems of expensive energy consumption. Troy looks at dozens of cities and suburbs in Europe and the United States–from Los Angeles to Copenhagen, Denver to the Swedish urban redevelopment project Hammarby Sjöstad–to understand the diverse factors that affect their energy use: behavior, climate, water supply, building quality, transportation, and others. He then assesses some of the most imaginative solutions that cities have proposed, among them green building, energy-efficient neighborhoods, symbiotic infrastructure, congestion pricing, transit-oriented development, and water conservation. To conclude, the author addresses planning and policy approaches that can bring about change and transform the best ideas into real solutions”–Provided by publisher.

“This book explores how cities around the world consume energy, assesses innovative ideas for reducing urban energy consumption, and discusses why energy efficiency will determine which cities thrive economically in the future”–Provided by publisher.

Vollmer, D. and National Research Council (U.S.). Committee on Regional Approaches to Urban Sustainability. (2011). Pathways to urban sustainability : the Atlanta metropolitan region : summary of a workshop. Washington, D.C., National Academies Press.

“The U.S. population is more than 80 percent urban. Recognizing that many metropolitan areas in the United States have been experimenting with various approaches to sustainability, and that despite the differences among regions, there are likely some core similarities and transferable knowledge, Roundtable members selected the metropolitan Atlanta, Georgia region as a case study. The Atlanta region provided a compelling example for exploring urban sustainability issues because of the region’s rapid growth rate, well-documented challenges with water, land use, and transportation; and its level of engagement with federal government agencies on matters related to sustainability. Pathways to Urban Sustainability: Lessons from the Atlanta Metropolitan Region: Summary of a Workshop explores the Atlanta region’s approach to urban sustainability, with an emphasis on building evidence based foundation upon which policies and programs might be developed. The two day workshop held on September 30 and October 1, 2010 examined how the interaction of various systems (natural and human systems; energy, water and transportations systems) affect the region’s social, economic, and environmental conditions. The intent of this workshop summary is to analyze a metropolitan region so that researchers and practitioners can improve their understanding of the spatial and temporal aspects of urban sustainability.”–Publisher’s description.

Walker, P. A. and P. T. Hurley (2011). Planning paradise : politics and visioning of land use in Oregon. Tuscon, University of Arizona Press.

Warne, T. R., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., et al. (2011). Techniques for effective highway construction projects in congested urban areas. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board.

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(2006). Akalank’s MPD-2001 : Delhi master plan, August 1990, modified and corrected upto 7th September, 2006. Delhi, Akalank Publications.

(2006). Cun, cheng, cheng, cun = village city, city village. Beijing, Zhongguo dian li chu ban she.

(2007). Master plan for Delhi : with the perspective for the year 2021. New Delhi, Rupa & Co.

(2009). Atelier CRISIS : creative think tank. [S.l., s.n.].

A compilation of works submitted by individuals and organizations throughout the world on the subject of crisis. Works are in the form of interviews, project descriptions, art, essays and more. Published in association with the festival PNRM 2009, sponsored by Direcció General de Cultura, Conselleria de Cultura, Govern de les Illes Balears with the assistance of Teatre Principal d’Olot.

(2009). Solar architecture & urban planning. München, Economic Forum.

(2009). “Urban Remote Sensing Event,,2009 Joint date, 20-22 May 2009.” from http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/servlet/opac?punumber=5076157.

Abbas, M. A. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture. (2007). City as decept. [2007].

A lecture in which Ackbar Abbas discusses architecture in relation to cities, specifically Chinese cities.

Ache, P. (2008). Cities between competitiveness and cohesion : discourses, realities and implementation. [Dordrecht], Springer.

Adham, N. K., M. Elshabed, et al. (2006). Hybridity and authenticity. Berkeley, Calif., International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments.

Agrawal, K. (2007). Re_urbanism : transforming capitals. Cambridge, Mass, MIT Press.

Ahlava, A. and H. Edelman (2009). Urban design management : a guide to good practice. London ; New York, NY, Taylor & Francis.

Akl, Z., N. Beyhum, et al. (2009). Conquérir et reconquérir la ville : l’aménagement urbain comme positionnement des pouvoirs et contre-pouvoirs. [Sin el Fil], ALBA Université de Balamand, Académie libanaise des beaux-arts.

Altrock, U. (2006). Spatial planning and urban development in the new EU member states : from adjustment to reinvention. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Amendola, G. (2007). Città difficili, città possibili : analisi sociologiche e strategie progettuali. Milano, FrancoAngeli.

Angelil, M. M., D. Hebel, et al. (2010). Cities of change : Addis Ababa : transformation strategies for urban territories in the 21st century. Basel ; Boston, Birkhäuser.

“The research investigates the performance of cities in view of resource fluxes–the interplay and transformation of stocks and flows of resources according to changing parameters in time… stocks and flows of people, water, space, material, capital, information, and energy.” — p.[2] of cover.

Archibugi, F. (2008). Planning theory : from the political debate to the methodological reconstruction. Milan, Italy ; New York, Springer-Verlag Italia.

Arendt, R. (2010). Envisioning better communities : seeing more options, making wiser choices. Chicago, IL

[Washington, D.C.], American Planning Association

Urban Land Institute.

Arnold, C. A. and American Planning Association. (2007). Fair and healthy land use : environmental justice and planning. Chicago, IL, American Planning Association.

Asami, Y., Y. Sadahiro, et al. (2009). New frontiers in urban analysis : in honor of Atsuyuki Okabe. Boca Raton, CRC Press.

Athens, L. (2010). Building an emerald city : a guide to creating green building policies and programs. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Au, T., D. Ou, et al. (2008). Emerging metropolis Asia : Kai Tak, Hong Kong : a spectacular transformation. Hong Kong, Hong Kong Economic Times.

Augoyard, J. F. (2007). Step by step : everyday walks in a French urban housing project. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press.

Aurigi, A. and F. De Cindio (2008). Augmented urban spaces : articulating the physical and electronic city. Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Axelrod, J. B. C. (2009). Inventing autopia : dreams and visions of the modern metropolis in jazz age Los Angeles. Berkeley, University of California Press.

Bajard, M. and F. Lamarre (2007). De la gare à la ville : une démarche de projet. Bruxelles

Cinisello Balsamo (Milano), AAM

Silvana.

Ballesteros, M. (2008). Verb crisis. Barcelona ; New York, Actar.

Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology. Dept. of Architecture. and Grameenphone (Firm : Bangladesh) (2007). AED, architecture for the economically disadvantaged : international seminar 2007, 23-24 March : proceedings. Dhaka, Dept. of Architecture, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology.

Contributed papers presented at the International Seminar: Architecture for the Economically Disadvatanged, held at the Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology.

Barrie, T., North Carolina State University. School of Architecture., et al. (2009). Housing and sustainable communities : the Stone’s Warehouse redevelopment project for southeast Raleigh. Raleigh, N..C., College of Design, North Carolina State University.

Barton, H., M. Grant, et al. (2010). Shaping neighbourhoods : for local health and global sustainability. London ; New York, Routledge.

Basar, S. and Architectural Association (Great Britain) (2007). Vision plus money plus historical circumstance equals “cities from zero” : unapologetic expressioins of new-found economic, and therefore political, prowess in the 21st century. London, Architectural Association.

Basbas, S. (2006). Advances in city transport : case studies. Southampton ; Boston, WIT.

Bauer, K. W. (2010). City planning for civil engineers, environmental engineers, and surveyors. Boca Raton, CRC Press.

Bauman, J. F. and E. K. Muller (2006). Before renaissance : planning in Pittsburgh, 1889-1943. Pittsburgh, University of Pittsburgh Press.

Becker, J., M. Zardini, et al. (2008). Actions : what you can do with the city. Montréal, Canadian Centre for Architecture.

Bednar, M. J. (2006). L’Enfant’s legacy : public open spaces in Washington, D.C. Baltimore, Md., Johns Hopkins University Press.

Beesley, P., P. Poletto, et al. (2008). Ourtopias : cities and the role of design. [Cambridge, Ont.], Riverside Architectural Press.

Beigel, F., P. Christou, et al. (2010). “Architecture as city Saemangeum Island City.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7091-0368-5 MIT Access Only.

Bennett, L. (2010). The third city : Chicago and American urbanism. Chicago, University of Chicago Press.

Benton, T. (2007). Le Corbusier conférencier. [Paris], Moniteur.

Benton-Short, L. and J. R. Short (2008). Cities and nature. London ; New York, Routledge.

Berger, A. (2006). Drosscape : wasting land in urban America. New York, Princeton Architectural Press.

Berger, A. and R. Mehrotra (2010). Landscape + urbanism around the Bay of Mumbai. Cambridge, MA, Massachusetts Insitutute of Technology.

“This book explores future planning and design in and around the Mumbai Metropolitan Region, specfically focused on the Bay of Mumbai … students conducted independent research …”–preface.

Berke, P. and E. J. Kaiser (2006). Urban land use planning. Urbana, University of Illinois Press.

Berman, I. and M. El Khafif (2008). URBANbuild : local global. San Francisco, William Stout Publishers.

Berrini, M. and A. Colonetti (2010). Green life : building sustainable cities. Bologna, Italy, Editrice Compositori.

Bess, P. (2006). Till we have built Jerusalem : architecture, urbanism, and the sacred. Wilmington, Del., ISI Books.

Bicknell, J., D. Dodman, et al. (2009). Adapting cities to climate change : understanding and addressing the development challenges. London ; Sterling, VA, Earthscan.

Bilsen, A. v., F. v. d. Hoeven, et al. (2006). Urban transformations and sustainability : progress of research issues in urbanism 2005. [Delft], IOS Press.

Binnekamp, R., L. A. v. Gunsteren, et al. (2006). Open design : a stakeholder-oriented approach in architecture, urban planning, and project management ; collecting the following works: Open design, a collaborative approach to architecture, Open design and construct management, [and] Open design, cases and exercises. Amsterdam, Netherlands ; Fairfax, VA, Ios Press.

Birch, E. L. and S. M. Wachter (2006). Rebuilding urban places after disaster : lessons from Hurricane Katrina. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press.

Birch, E. L. and S. M. Wachter (2008). Growing greener cities : urban sustainability in the twenty-first century. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press.

Bittner, R., W. Hackenbroich, et al. (2010). UN urbanism = UN-urbanismus. Berlin, Jovis : Bauhaus Dessau Foundation.

Blair, J. P. and M. C. Carroll (2008). Local economic development : analysis, practices, and globalization. Los Angeles, Sage Publications.

Blasius, J., J. Friedrichs, et al. (2009). Quantifying neighbourhood effects : frontiers and perspectives. London, Routledge.

Blau, E., I. Rupnik, et al. (2007). Project Zagreb : transition as condition, strategy, practice. Barcelona ; New York, Actar D.

Boelens, L. (2009). The urban connection : an actor-relational approach to urban planning. Rotterdam, 010 Publishers.

“The urban connection” develops a promising actor-relational approach to urban planning. With respect to the usual governmental planning, it is focused outside in, instead of inside out. It derives its leitmotif from the actual debate about state controlled versus neo-liberal planning and reflects on innovative post structuralist scholars in the field of planning, economics, social geography and governance. It then takes its own position in that debate, reflecting on actor-oriented experiments in planning practices. These experiments deal with the daily planning practice with a pro-active and operational attitude, contrary to the usual retrospective case studies. Therefore it results in concrete suggestions on how to develop a more robust planning-approach in an ongoing globalising and fragmenting world.

Bogart, W. T. (2006). Don’t call it sprawl : metropolitan structure in the twenty-first century. Cambridge [England] ; New York, NY, Cambridge University Press.

Bollens, S. A. (2006). Urban planning and peace building. Amsterdam ; Boston, Elsevier.

Boomgaard, J. and BAVO. (2008). Highrise, common ground : art and the Amsterdam Zuidas area. Amsterdam, Valiz.

Booth, P. (2007). Spatial planning systems of Britain and France : a comparative analysis. London ; New York, Routledge.

Bordini, V. (2006). Architettura dell’inquietudine : intenzioni che diventano oggetti – involucri di atti di vita = The architecture of unease : intentions that become objects – envelopes of life actions. Torino, Allemandi.

Bosch, E. and International Association of Educating Cities. Congress (2008). Education and urban life : 20 years of educating cities. Barcelona, International Association of Educating Cities.

Bose, R. K., Energy Sector Management Assistance Programme., et al. (2010). “Energy efficient cities assessment tools and benchmarking practices.” from http://www.worldbank.icebox.ingenta.com/content/wb/bk18104.

Bosher, L. (2008). Hazards and the built environment : attaining built-in resilience. London ; New York, Taylor & Francis.

Bosselmann, P. (2008). Urban transformation : understanding city design and form. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Bouman, O., M. Khoubrou, et al. (2007). Al manakh. Netherlands, Stichting Archis.

Brandes, U. and Urban Land Institute. (2010). Land use and driving : the role compact development can play in reducing greenhouse gas emissions : evidence from three recent studies. Washington, D.C., Urban Land Institute.

Brandolini, S., M. Sabini, et al. (2008). Milano in cambiamento : atti del simposio internazionale = Changing Milan : proceedings of the international symposium, Kent State University Florence, Palazzo Cerchi, Firenze, 17/10/2006. Florence, [Italy], College of Architecture & Environmental Design, [Florence Program], Kent State University.

Brown, A. and Cardiff University. (2006). Contested space : street trading, public space, and livelihoods in developing cities. Rugby, ITDG Publishing.

Bruel, A.-S. and C. Delmar (2010). Le territoire comme patrimoine = The territory as heritage. Paris, ICI interface.

Brugmann, J. (2009). Welcome to the urban revolution : how cities are changing the world. New York, Bloomsbury Press.

Brunn, S. D., M. Hays-Mitchell, et al. (2008). Cities of the world : world regional urban development. Lanham, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

Bruns-Berentelg, J. (2010). HafenCity Hamburg : neue urbane Begegnungsorte zwischen Metropole und Nachbarschaft = Places of urban encounter between metropolis and neighborhood. Wien New York, Springer.

Bugatti, A. and R. Schmid (2008). Al Ain city, oases city, sustainable city : urban culture and landscape renewal : XII International design seminar, United Arab Emirates-Al Ain 2007. Santarcangelo di Romagna (Rimini), Maggioli.

Bugatti, A. and S. Zheng (2006). Expo 2010 Shanghai : landscape renewal. Milano, Libreria CLUP.

Burdett, R., D. Sudjic, et al. (2007). The endless city : the Urban Age project by the London School of Economics and Deutsche Bank’s Alfred Herrhausen Society. London, Phaidon.

Bürklin, T. and M. Peterek (2008). Basics : urban building blocks. Basel ; Boston, Birkhäuser.

Busquets, J., F. Correa, et al. (2006). Cities X lines : a new lens for the urbanistic project = Ciudades X formas : una nueva mirada hacia proyecto urbanistico. [Rovereto, Italy]

[Cambridge, MA ], Nicolodi Editore ;

Harvard University, Graduate School of Design.

Byles, J., O. Kazi, et al. (2008). The New York 2030 notebook. New York, Institute for Urban Design.

Çaliskan, O. (2009). Urban compactness : a study of Ankara urban form. Saarbrücken, VDM Verlag Dr. Müller,: iii, 288 p.

Cambridge Systematics., National Cooperative Highway Research Program., et al. (2007). Guidebook for freight policy, planning, and programming in small- and medium-sized metropolitan areas. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board.

Canniffe, E. (2006). Urban ethic : design in the contemporary city. London ; New York, Routledge.

Carmona, M. (2010). Public places, urban spaces : the dimensions of urban design. Amsterdam ; Boston ;, Architectural Press/Elsevier.

‘Public Places Urban Spaces’ provides a thorough introduction to the principles of urban design theory and practice. Authored by experts in the fields of urban design and planning, this edition has been updated with relevant examples to show students how principles have been put into practice.

Carmona, M., R. Burgess, et al. (2009). Planning through projects : moving from master planning to strategic planning : 30 cities. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Techne Press.

Carmona, M., C. d. Magalhães, et al. (2008). Public space : the management dimension. London ; New York, Routledge.

Carmona, M. and S. Tiesdell (2007). Urban design reader. Amsterdam ; Boston, Architectural Press.

Castello, L., P. Memmott, et al. (2006). Creating and contesting exclusionary architectures. Berkeley, CA, Center for Environmental Design Research, International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, University of California at Berkeley.

Center for the Study of Architecture in the Arab Region. International Conference (6th : 2009 : Libya), S. M. Fortea, et al. (2009). Sustainable architecture and urban development. [Amman, Jordan], CSAAR Press.

Chaturvedi, B. (2010). Finding Delhi : loss and renewal in the megacity. New Delhi, Penguin Books India : Viking.

Chesluk, B. J. (2008). Money jungle : imagining the new Times Square. New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press.

Clark, G. (2008). Local development benefits from staging global events. Paris, OECD.

Clark, P. (2006). The European city and green space : London, Stockholm, Helsinki and St. Petersburg, 1850-2000. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Coaffee, J., D. M. Wood, et al. (2009). The everyday resilience of the city : how cities respond to terrorism and disaster. Basingstoke [England] ; New York, Palgrave Macmillan.

Cohen, P. and M. J. Rustin (2008). London’s turning : Thames Gateway-prospects and legacy. Aldershot, Hampshire, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Condon, P. M. (2008). Design charrettes for sustainable communities. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Condon, P. M., D. Cavens, et al. (2009). Urban planning tools for climate change mitigation. Cambridge, MA, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Connerly, C. E., T. S. Chapin, et al. (2007). Growth management in Florida : planning for paradise. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Connolly, J. J. (2010). After the factory : reinventing America’s industrial small cities. Lanham, Md., Lexington Books.

Consonni, G. (2008). La difficile arte : fare città nell’era della metropoli. Santarcangelo di Romagna, Maggioli editore.

Cooke, P. and L. Lazzeretti (2008). Creative cities, cultural clusters and local economic development. Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, Edward Elgar.

Cooper, R., G. Evans, et al. (2009). Designing sustainable cities. Chichester, U.K. ; Ames, Iowa, Wiley-Blackwell Pub.

Corburn, J. (2009). Toward the healthy city : people, places, and the politics of urban planning. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press.

Correa, C. (2010). A place in the shade : the new landscape & other essays. New Delhi, Penguin Books.

Couch, C., L. Leontidou, et al. (2007). Urban sprawl in Europe : landscapes, land-use change & policy. Oxford ; Malden, MA, Blackwell.

Cousineau, P., C. Zelov, et al. (2010). City21 : the search for the second enlightenment. Hellertown, PA, The Knossus Project.

Crankshaw, N. (2009). Creating vibrant public spaces : streetscape design in commercial and historic districts. Washington, Island Press.

Crawford, J. H. (2009). Carfree design manual. Utrecht, International Books ;.

Cumberlidge, C. and L. Musgrave (2007). Design and landscape for people : new approaches to renewal. London, Thames & Hudson.

Cumbers, A. and D. MacKinnon (2006). Clusters in urban and regional development. London ; New York, Routledge.

Curtis, C., J. L. Renne, et al. (2009). Transit oriented development : making it happen. Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Cuthbert, A. R. (2006). The form of cities : political economy and urban design. Malden, MA ; Oxford, Blackwell Pub.

Dalla Longa, R. and SpringerLink (Online service) (2009). “Globalization and urban implosion creating new competitive advantage.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-540-70512-3 MIT Access Only.

Daniere, A. and M. Douglass (2009). The politics of civic space in Asia : building urban communities. London ; New York, Routledge.

Darling, E. and L. Whitworth (2007). Women and the making of built space in England, 1870-1950. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Davis, H., M. Brown, et al. (2006). Architectural manfiestations of global changes. Berkeley, CA, Center for Environmental Design Research, International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, University of California at Berkeley.

De Sousa, C. A. (2008). Brownfields redevelopment and the quest for sustainability. Amsterdam, Netherlands ; Boston [Mass.], Elsevier.

Delalex, G. (2006). Go with the flow : architecture, infrastructure and the everyday experience of mobility. [Helsinki, Finland, Univ. of Art and Design Helsinki.

Dell, C., T. Matton, et al. (2010). Improvisations on urbanity : trendy pragmatism in a climate of change. Rotterdam, Post Editions.

In this publication trendy pragmatism coincides with the improvisation of jazz music. The result is a plan of action to constructively deal with disorder in urbanism. Improvisation acknowledges disorder and works with existing potentials. Improvisation means, therefore, to work with reality but at the same time, create reality. In a time where diverse life forms and rational principals coexist, urbanism becomes more and more inoperative. As the urban becomes even more complex, we have to begin to reflect upon how orders are created and negotiated.

Dennis, R. (2008). Cities in modernity : representations and productions of metropolitan space, 1840-1930. Cambridge ; New York, NY, Cambridge University Press.

Di Biagi, P. (2008). The “public city” : social housing and urban redevelopment in Turin. Turin ; New York, Umberto Allemandi.

Dijk, M. P. v. (2006). Managing cities in developing countries : the theory and practice of urban management. Cheltenham, UK ; Northampton, MA, Edward Elgar.

Dixon, J. (2006). Urban spaces. No. 4 : the design of public spaces. New York

Washington, DC, Visual Reference Publications ;

Urban Land Institute.

Dixon, J. and V. Levin (2007). Urban spaces. No. 5 : featuring green design strategies. New York, Visual Reference Pub.

D’Monte, D. and National Centre for the Performing Arts (India) (2006). Mills for sale : the way ahead. Mumbai, Marg Publications on behalf of the National Centre for the Performing Arts.

Dobbins, M. (2009). Urban design and people. Hoboken, N.J., Wiley.

Dobereiner, D. (2006). The end of the street : sustainable growth within natural limits. Montreal ; New York, Black Rose Books.

Dobson, R., C. Skinner, et al. (2009). Working in Warwick : including street traders in urban plans. Durban, South Africa, School of Development Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal.

Doi, M. (2006). Computable general equilibrium approaches in urban and regional policy studies. Hackensack, NJ, World Scientific.

Donnelly, R., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., et al. (2010). Advanced practices in travel forecasting. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board.

Downton, P. F. (2008). Ecopolis : architecture and cities for a changing climate. Dordrecht

Collingwood, Australia, Springer Science + Business Media ;

CSIRO.

Dreyfus, P. J. (2008). Our better nature : environment and the making of San Francisco. Norman, University of Oklahoma Press.

Droege, P. (2006). The renewable city : a comprehensive guide to an urban revolution. Chichester, England ; Hoboken, NJ, Wiley-Academy.

Duerksen, C. J., C. G. Dale, et al. (2009). The citizen’s guide to planning. Chicago, American Planning Association.

Duin, L. v. (2009). The urban project : architectural intervention in urban areas. Amsterdam, IOS Press : Delft University Press.

Duncan, P., S. Thomas, et al. (2007). Successful neighbourhoods : a good practice guide. Coventry

London, Chartered Institute of Housing ;

Housing Corporation.

Dupont, V. and D. G. Heuzé (2007). La ville en Asie du Sud : analyse et mise en perspective. Paris, Éditions de l’École des hautes études en sciences sociales.

Dupuy, G., J. Van Schaick, et al. (2008). Urban networks : network urbanism. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Techne Press.

Eberle, D. and P. Simmendinger (2007). Von der Stadt zum Haus : eine Entwurfslehre = From city to house : a design theory. Zürich, GTA Verlag.

Eckardt, F. and K. Wildner (2008). Public Istanbul : Spaces and Spheres of the Urban. Bielefeld

New Brunswick, NJ, Transcript Verlag ;

Distributed in North America by Transaction Publishers.

Edelman, H. (2007). Urban design management : using integrative negotiation to create value at the intersection of urban planning, city design, and real estate development. Helsinki, Helsinki University of Technology, Department of Architecture.

El Amrousi, M., E. Riorden, et al. (2006). Global transformations and local traditions. Berkeley, CA, Center for Environmental Design Research, International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments, University of California at Berkeley.

Elouga, M., V. Nga Ndongo, et al. (2006). Dynamiques urbaines en Afrique noire. Paris, L’Harmattan.

Elsheshtawy, Y., S. Sintusingha, et al. (2006). Tradition and the hyper-modern. Berkeley, Calif., International Association for the Study of Traditional Environments.

European Conference of Ministers of Transport. Economic Research Centre. and Transport Research Centre. (2007). Report of the One Hundred and Thirty Seventh Round Table on Transport Economics : transport, urban form and economic growth. Paris, France, OECD : European Conference of Ministers of Transport.

European Environment Agency. and European Commission. Joint Research Centre. (2006). Urban sprawl in Europe : the ignored challenge. Copenhagen, Denmark

Luxembourg, European Environment Agency ;

Office for Official Publications of the European Communities.

European Union., Katholieke Universiteit te Leuven (1970- ), et al. (2007). Karachi site town and the Orangi Nalla. Leuven, European Union.

Ewing, R. H. (2008). Growing cooler : evidence on urban development and climate change. Washington, D.C., ULI.

Fainstein, S. S. (2010). The just city. Ithaca, Cornell University Press.

Farr, D. (2008). Sustainable urbanism : urban design with nature. Hoboken, N.J., Wiley.

Farrar, M. E. (2008). Building the body politic : power and urban space in Washington, D.C. Urbana, University of Illinois Press.

Fenster, T. and H. Yacobi (2010). Remembering, forgetting and city builders. Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm) (2006). Housing America demographics and development. [Princeton, N.J.], Films for the Humanities & Sciences,.

“Segment one of this NewsHour program examines the effect of urban sprawl on Atlanta’s population, job and housing markets, the environment, and commuters. Segment two addresses the need for affordable housing in Burlington, Vermont, where the disparity between wages and real estate prices is on the rise. Segment three assesses urban renewal efforts in the old neighborhoods of Philadelphia. And segment four studies an experimental community system in Virginia known as co-housing”–Container.

Finizio, G. (2006). Architecture & mobility : tradition and innovation. Milano, Skira.

Fitzgerald, J. (2010). Emerald cities : urban sustainability and economic development. New York, Oxford University Press.

Forman, R. T. T. (2008). Urban regions : ecology and planning beyond the city. Cambridge, UK ; New York, Cambridge University Press.

French, H. (2006). New urban housing. New Haven, CT, Yale University Press.

Fujino, Y., T. Noguchi, et al. (2009). Stock management for sustainable urban regeneration. [Tokyo], Springer.

Gaber, J., S. L. Gaber, et al. (2007). Qualitative analysis for planning and policy : beyond the numbers. Chicago, Ill., Planners Press, American Planning Association.

Gaiddon, B., H. Kaan, et al. (2009). “Photovoltaics in the urban environment lessons learnt from large-scale projects.” from http://site.ebrary.com/lib/mitlibraries/Top?layout=document&id=10346834 MIT Access Only.

Gaines, J. and S. Jäger (2009). Albert Speer & Partner : a manifesto for sustainable cities : think local, act global. Munich ; New York, Prestel.

Gallent, N., J. Andersson, et al. (2006). Planning on the edge : the context for planning at the rural-urban fringe. London ; New York, Routledge.

Garau, P., C. Scandaletti, et al. (2008). Barefoot & Prada : architects and planners, the urban poor and the millennium city. Roma, Officina.

Gärling, T. and L. Steg (2007). Threats from car traffic to the quality of urban life : problems, causes, and solutions. Amsterdam ; Oxford, Elsevier.

Garrison, A., N. Bless, et al. (2007). Third Ward TX. [Harriman, NY], New Day Films,.

Third Ward TX is a one-hour documentary about a group of artists finding inspiration in the remnants of a besieged black neighborhood’s storied past. House by house they worked alongside residents and local volunteers to craft a stunning new vision of what could be. In the process, these artists-turned-activists transformed lives – starting with their own. Third Ward TX is a revealing look at a community’s struggle to survive – from segregation to the limited promise of integration, from drug wars to the economic challenges of gentrification.

Gascó Hernández, M. and T. Torres-Coronas (2009). Information communication technologies and city marketing : digital opportunities for cities around the world. Hershey, PA, Information Science Reference.

“This book promotes understanding of ICT’s contribution to the development of city marketing strategies to enhance local socio-economic development”–Provided by publisher.

Gaston, K. J. (2010). Urban ecology. Cambridge ; New York, Cambridge University Press.

“This is the urban century in which, for the first time, the majority of people live in towns and cities. Understanding how people influence, and are influenced by, the ‘green’ component of these environments is therefore of enormous significance. Providing an overview of the essentials of urban ecology, the book begins by covering the vital background concepts of the urbanisation process and the effect that it can have on ecosystem functions and services. Later sections are devoted to examining how species respond to urbanisation, the many facets of human-ecology interactions, and the issues surrounding urban planning and the provision of urban green spaces. Drawing on examples from urban settlements around the world, it highlights the progress to date in this burgeoning field, as well as the challenges that lie ahead”–

Gehl, J. (2010). Cities for people. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Geller, P. S. (2010). Built environment : design, management and applications. New York, Nova Science Publishers.

Gestel, T. v., H. Heezen, et al. (2009). Art as urban strategy : beyond Leidsche Rijn. Rotterdam, NAi.

“The Beyond programme of art is utterly unique in both concept and scale. Launched in 1997 in Leidsche Rijn, the largest new-style housing estate in the Netherlands, its art exploits the relationship between urban planning, landscape, architecture and the community that takes shape in this setting near Utrecht. This book is a thoughtful study of ten years of Beyond, from the initial plans to the fulfilment of projects like the Paper Dome and The Building, and diverse events together with the recently unveiled artworks for Leidsche Rijn Sculpture Park. The authors look back at different aspects of the programme, including the flexible scenario, the idea of maakbaarheid — the belief that a place can be made — and the significance of cultural intervention in the process of urbanization. Beyond has acquired something of an exemplary status in the international arena, attracting comparisons with other art programmes and ideas about curatorship in Europe. With contributions by Mariette Dölle, Lotte Haagsma, Paul O’Neill, Bik van der Pol, Domeniek Ruyters, Fernando Sánchez Castillo, Barbara Visser and Cor Wijn.”–Publisher’s website.

Ghosn, R. and Harvard University. Graduate School of Design. (2009). New geographies. 2, Landscapes of energy. Cambridge, Mass., Harvard University Graduate School of Design : Harvard University Press [distributor].

” … we propose to reflect on the on the spatial conditions of oil and seek disciplinary linkages to position design’s agency amid contemporary concerns for energy infrastructure, ecology and globalization.” — P. 7.

Giersig, N. and SpringerLink (Online service) (2008). “Multilevel urban governance and the “European City” discussing metropolitan reforms in Stockholm and Helsinki.”  1st. from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-531-90999-8 MIT Access Only.

Girardet, H. (2008). Cities people planet : urban development and climate change. Chichester ; Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley & Sons.

Gleeson, B. and N. G. Sipe (2006). Creating child friendly cities : reinstating kids in the city. London ; New York, Routledge.

Goldsmith, S. A. and L. Elizabeth (2010). What we see : advancing the observations of Jane Jacobs. Oakland, CA, New Village Press.

Golem, R., J. Smith-Heimer, et al. (2010). Relationships between streetcars and the built environment. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board.

Goltsman, S. M. and D. S. Iacofano (2007). The inclusive city : design solutions for buildings, neighborhoods and urban spaces. Berkeley, Calif., MIG Communications.

Gonzalez, G. A. (2009). Urban sprawl, global warming, and the empire of capital. Albany, State University of New York Press.

Good Jobs First (Organization), S. Grady, et al. (2006). Making the connection : transit-oriented development and jobs, Good Jobs First.

Goodchild, B. (2008). Homes, cities and neighbourhoods : planning and the residential landscapes of modern Britain. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Gottlieb, R. (2007). Reinventing Los Angeles : nature and community in the global city. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press.

Graafland, A., L. J. Kavanaugh, et al. (2006). Crossover : architecture, urbanism, technology. Rotterdam, 010 Publishers.

Graham, J. R., C. A. Walsh, et al. (2008). Homeless shelter design : considerations for shaping shelters and the public realm. Calgary, Detselig Enterprises.

Grant, J. (2006). Planning the good community : new urbanism in theory and practice. London ; New York, Routledge.

Gratz, R. B. (2010). The battle for Gotham : New York in the shadow of Robert Moses and Jane Jacobs. New York, NY, Nation Books.

Green, R. (2010). Coastal towns in transition : local perceptions of landscape change. Dordrecht, Springer.

“Many coastal areas around the world are experiencing dramatic landscape changes as a result of increased tourism development and due to the “sea change phenomenon” – the migration of affluent urbanites to small coastal towns seeking beautiful, natural surroundings. In response to these changes local residents in these places often complain that the distinctive character of their towns and/or individual neighbourhoods is being lost or degraded. This book looks at how changes due to unsympathetic development of the built environment and modification of the natural landscape are perceived to negatively impact on the character of small coastal towns. The book explores the concept of town character, and associated notions of sense of place, genius loci and place identity, as conceptualised by local residents in several coastal town communities along Australia’s Great Ocean Road. Findings of a four year study involving over 1800 respondents from these communities are used to explore theoretical and methodological issues associated with the assessment of place character in the context of coastal towns that are experiencing rapid environmental change.”–Provided by publisher.

Greene, R. P. and J. B. Pick (2006). Exploring the urban community: a GIS approach. Upper Saddle River, NJ, Pearson Prentice Hall.

Griffin, W. B. and D. H. Griffin (2008). The writings of Walter Burley Griffin. Cambridge [England] ; New York, Cambridge University Press.

Gruis, V., H. Visscher, et al. (2006). Sustainable neighbourhood transformation. Amsterdam, IOS Press.

Guallart, V. (2008). GeoLogics : geography, information, architecture. Barcelona ; New York, Actar.

Guallart, V. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture. (2007). Sociopolis. [2007].

A lecture in which Vicente Guallart, an architect from Barcelona, discusses urbanism and how to design habitats.

Gubry, P. (2010). The Vietnamese city in transition. Singapore

Hanoi, Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies ;

Institut des Métiers de la Ville (IMV) ;

Centre de Prospective et d’Études Urbaines (PADDI).

Gunaratna, K. L. (2006). Spatial concerns in development : a Sri Lankan perspective. New Delhi, Atlantic Publishers & Distributors.

Gunder, M. and J. Hillier (2009). Planning in ten words or less : a Lacanian entanglement with spatial planning. Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Guo, X., J. Seligman, et al. (2006). Qian ru rou ti de cheng shi guan yu Zhongguo hou nian de yi xie yin xiang bi ji = The concrete revolution : notes on new China approaching the Year of the Monkey. [Beverly Hills, Calif.], Choices, Inc.,.

“Examines the tremendous moral and human cost of creating a ‘New China’ for the 2008 Olympics. Blending social commentary, frank interviews and evocative imagery, the viewer is led to ponder who really benefits from the endless construction taking place in Beijing. As traditional communities are bulldozed to make way for modern high-rise apartment buildings and ancient traditions are cast aside at the expense of approximately one million poor laborers from villages who barely get paid, the film asks how far will China go to sacrifice its traditional way of life for this new Western version?” — Container.

Gupta, P. K., K. Terzano, et al. (2008). Creating great town centers and urban villages. Washington, DC, Urban Land Institute.

Haarmann, A. (2009). Shanghai urban public space = Shanghai chenshi gonggong kongjian. Berlin, Jovis.

Haas, T. (2008). New Urbanism and beyond : designing cities for the future. New York, Rizzoli.

Hackler, D. L. (2006). Cities in the technology economy. Armonk, N.Y., M.E. Sharpe.

Hackworth, J. R. (2007). The neoliberal city : governance, ideology, and development in American urbanism. Ithaca, Cornell University Press.

Hague, C. (2006). Making planning work : a guide to approaches and skills. Rugby, Intermediate Technology Publications.

Hall, A. C. (2007). Turning a town around : a proactive approach to urban design. Oxford ; Malden, MA, Blackwell.

Hamilton, D. K. and P. S. Atkins (2008). Urban and regional policies for metropolitan livability. Armonk, N.Y., M.E. Sharpe.

Hamin, E. M., L. Silka, et al. (2007). Preserving and enhancing communities : a guide for citizens, planners, and policymakers. Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press.

Hamm, O. G. and M. Koch (2010). Metropole : Metrozonen = Metropolis : metrozones. Berlin, Jovis.

Hanaki, K. (2008). Urban environmental management and technology. [Tokyo?], Springer Verlag.

Hangarter, E. (2006). Bauleitplanung Bebauungspläne : Handbuch für Studium und Praxis. Neuwied, Werner Verlag.

Harcourt, M., S. Rossiter, et al. (2007). City making in paradise : nine decisions that saved Vancouver. Vancouver, Douglas & McIntyre.

Harnik, P. (2010). Urban green : innovative parks for resurgent cities. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Harrison-Hansley, M., B. Hill, et al. (2006). The lost city of New Orleans. Princeton, N.J., Films for the Humanities & Sciences,.

Filmed six months after Hurricane Katrina and its accompanying flood waters hit New Orleans, this film analyzes why the city flooded and asks the question: should the city should be rebuilt on the steadily subsiding floodplain. Experts in various fields look at the situation from several points of view.

Harvey, J. and University of Michigan. A. Alfred Taubman College of Architecture + Urban Planning. (2009). Fellowships in architecture. Pt. Reyes Station, CA ; Singapore

Berkeley, CA, ORO Editions ;

North American and international distribution, Publishers Group West.

Haydn, F. and R. Temel (2006). Temporary urban spaces : concepts for the use of city spaces. Basel, Birkhäuser.

Healey, P. (2006). Collaborative planning : shaping places in fragmented societies. Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, Palgrave Macmillan.

Healey, P. (2007). Urban complexity and spatial strategies : towards a relational planning for our times. London ; New York, Routledge.

Healey, P. (2010). Making better places : the planning project in the twenty-first century. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, Palgrave Macmillan.

“This book provides a major new introduction to planning by one of the leading figures in the field which goes beyond description of its central ideas and practices to stress the importance of and provide a reassessment of, its potential to improve the quality of life in the 21st century”–

Healey, P. and R. Upton (2010). Crossing borders : international exchange and planning practices. London ; New York, Routledge.

Healy, P. and G. Bruyns (2006). De-/signing the urban : techno-genesis and the urban image. Rotterdam, 010 Publishers.

Heberle, L. C. and S. M. Opp (2008). Local sustainable urban development in a globalized world. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Heng, C. K., B. L. Low, et al. (2010). On Asian streets and public space : selected essays from Great Asian Streets Symposiums (GASS) 1 & 2. Singapore, Published for Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture, Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore [by] Ridge Books.

Hermansen Cordua, C. (2010). Manifestoes and transformations in the early modernist city. Farnham, Surrey, England, ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate Pub. Company.

Hester, R. T. (2006). Design for ecological democracy. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press.

Hillier, J. (2007). Stretching beyond the horizon : a multiplanar theory of spatial planning and governance. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Hillier, J. and P. Healey (2010). The Ashgate research companion to planning theory : conceptual challenges for spatial planning. Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate Pub.

This companion brings together a team of experts to write authoritative chapters of key issues in planning theory and asks: what does it mean to plan and govern in complexity? The contributors have been brought together from both within and beyond what is narrowly defined as ‘planning’ to provide a comprehensive overview.

Hinshaw, M. L. (2007). True urbanism : living in and near the center. Chicago, American Planning Association.

Hodson, M. and S. Marvin (2010). World cities and climate change : producing urban ecological security. Maidenhead, U.K. ; New York, Open University Press.

Hollander, J. B., N. Kirkwood, et al. (2010). Principles of brownfield regeneration : cleanup, design, and reuse of derelict land. Washington, Island Press.

Hölzer, C., Montag Stiftung Urbane Räume., et al. (2008). Riverscapes : designing urban embankments. Basel ; Boston, Birkhauser.

A sourcebook for planning and building riverside developments, successful architecture, urban developments and landscape designs along European rivers are showcased.

Hooper, A. and J. Punter (2007). Capital Cardiff 1975-2020 : regeneration, competitiveness and the urban environment. Cardiff, University of Wales Press.

Horita, M., H. Koizumi, et al. (2009). “Innovations in collaborative urban regeneration.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-4-431-99264-6 MIT Access Only.

Hyde, L. and National Film Board of Canada. (2006). City limits. Montreal, National Film Board of Canada,.

Jane Jacobs, author on urban affairs, examines the problems of cities, and the effects of the automobile, high rise buildings, and apathy on thier development. She asserts that the citizens of cities can themselves solve their problems.

IEEE Xplore (Online service) (2007). “Urban Remote Sensing Joint Event, 2007.” from http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/tocresult.jsp?isnumber=4234359&isYear=2007 MIT Access Only

http://tlc.unipv.it/urban-remote-sensing-2007/ Conference Home page.

Imran, M. (2010). Institutional barriers to sustainable urban transport in Pakistan. Karachi, Oxford University Press.

Imrie, R., L. Lees, et al. (2009). Regenerating London : governance, sustainability and community in a global city. Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, Routledge.

Ingersoll, R. (2006). Sprawltown : looking for the city on its edges. New York, Princeton Architectural Press.

Ingold, L., F. Tammaro, et al. (2010). “HighwayING.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-7091-0228-2 MIT Access Only.

Ingram, G. K. (2009). Smart growth policies : an evaluation of programs and outcomes. Cambridge, Mass., Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Ingram, G. K. and Y.-h. Hong (2007). Land policies and their outcomes. Cambridge, Mass., Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Ingram, G. K., Y.-h. Hong, et al. (2009). Evaluating smart growth : state and local policy outcomes. Cambridge, MA, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy.

Innes, J. E. and D. E. Booher (2010). Planning with complexity : an introduction to collaborative rationality for public policy. New York, NY, Routledge.

Innes, J. E., J. Rongerude, et al. (2006). Collaborative regional initiatives : civic entrepreneurs work to fill the governance gap. Berkeley, Institute of Urban and Regional Development, University of California at Berkeley.

Institution of Civil Engineers (Great Britain) (2008). Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Urban design and planning. London, Thomas Telford: v.

Institution of Engineering and Technology. (2008). “Road pricing 9-10 December 2008, The IET, Savoy Place, London, UK.” from http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/servlet/opac?punumber=4772175.

International Economic Development Council. (2006). Neighborhood development strategies. Washington, D.C., International Economic Development Council.

Isozaki, A. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture. (2007). Archipelago city. [2007].

A lecture in which Ara Isozaki discusses how the idea of the Archipelago City and gives some examples from his own work.

Iveson, K. (2007). Publics and the city. Malden, MA ; Oxford, Blackwell Pub.

Jain, A. K. (2009). Low carbon city : policy, planning and practice. New Delhi, Discovery Publishing House.

In Indian context; with Delhi case study.

Jarvis, H., P. Kantor, et al. (2009). Cities and gender. London ; New York, Routledge.

Jenkins, E. J. (2008). To scale : one hundred urban plans. Abingdon, Oxon, England ; New York, Routledge.

Jenkins, P., H. Smith, et al. (2007). Planning and housing in the rapidly urbanising world. London ; New York, Routledge.

Jenks, M., D. Kozak, et al. (2008). World cities and urban form : fragmented, polycentric, sustainable? Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, Routledge.

Jerke, D., D. R. Porter, et al. (2008). Urban design and the bottom line : optimizing the return on perception. Washington, D.C., ULI-Urban Land Institute.

Jormakka, K. (2006). The Art of the city : from Camillo Sitte to today. Tampere, Dept. of Architecture Distributor, Juvenes Bookstore.

Joshi, A. (2008). Town planning regeneration of cities. New Delhi, New India Pub. Agency.

With special reference to India.

Kahn, M. E. (2010). Climatopolis : how our cities will thrive in the hotter future. New York, Basic Books.

Kangasoja, J. and H. Schulman (2007). Arabianrantaan! : uuden kaupungin maihinnousu = Arabianranta : rethinking urban living. Helsinki, Helsingin kaupungin tietokeskus.

Karlenzig, W. (2007). How green is your city? Gabriola Island, B.C., New Society Publishers.

Kasama, P. (2010). Bangkok streetlife : urbanism, culture, and communities. Saarbrücken, Germany, VDM Verlag Dr. Müller.

Kemp, R. L. (2009). Cities and sports stadiums : a planning handbook. Jefferson, N.C., McFarland & Co.

“In cities and towns throughout the country, there is evidence that community development and renovation is increasingly being centered around multi-use stadiums and arenas. This book examines how local governments and organizations are revitalizing their communities through multi-use stadiums and arenas which provide the best inner-city venues for sports, entertainment, cultural events, and business expositions”–Provided by publisher.

Khakee, A. (2008). New principles in planning evaluation. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Kidokoro, T. and Center for Sustainable Urban Regeneration. (2008). Sustainable city regions : space, place and governance. [New York ?], Springer ;.

Kiib, H. (2007). Harbourscape. Aalborg, Aalborg University Press.

Kitchen, T. (2007). Skills for planning practice. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, Palgrave Macmillan.

Kleilein, D. (2008). Tuned city : zwischen Klang- und Raumspekulation = Between sound and space speculation. Idstein, Kookbooks.

Knowles, R. L. (2006). Ritual house : drawing on nature’s rhythms for architecture and urban design. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Kokusai Koryu Kikin. (2009). Urban community development inspired by culture : the potential of creative cities, July 29-August 7, 2008. Tokyo, Japan Foundation.

Report of one of a series of exchange progammes for a new generation of leaders “JENESYS East Asia Future Leaders Programme” hosted by the Japan Foundation. This booklet reports the programme for Group B from fiscal year 2008 with contents including pictures of the field trips, transcripts of the lectures, summary of the programme and individual reports submitted by the attendees. JENESYS (Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youths) is a youth exchange programme which was announced at the Second East Asia Summit (EAS) held in January 2007 by the prime minister of Japan at the time, Mr. Shinzo Abe.

Koolhaas, R. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture. (2006). Lagos. [2006].

Rem Koolhaas, a world renowned Dutch architect, planned to give a lecture on Lagos, however the PowerPoint presentation he prepared failed to work, he switched from a lecture to a “conversation” with students and professors.

Korea (South). Haengjong Chungsim Pokhap Tosi Konsolch’ong. and Han’guk Chogyong Hakhoe. (2007). Haengjong chungsim pokhap tosi chungang nokchi konggan kukche solgye kongmo chakp2BBumjip = International design competition for central open space in multi-functional administrative city, Korea. [Ch2BBungnam Yongi-gun], Haengjong Chungsim Pokhap Tosi Konsolch2BBong : Han2BCguk T2BBoji Kongsa.

Kottas, D. (2007). Urban spaces : squares & plazas. Barcelona, Links.

Kovacevic, I., Y. Vasourková, et al. (2010). Urbanity — twenty years later : projects for Central European capitals. Praha, Centre for Central European Architecture.

Krauel, J. (2007). Street furniture. [Barcelona], Links.

Krieger, A. and W. S. Saunders (2009). Urban design. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press.

Krieger, P. (2007). Acuápolis. México, D.F., Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas.

Krueger, R. and D. Gibbs (2007). The sustainable development paradox : urban political economy in the United States and Europe. New York, N.Y., Guilford Press.

Lall, S. V. (2009). “Urban land markets improving land management for successful urbanization.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-8862-9 MIT Access Only.

Landry, C. (2006). The art of city-making. London ; Sterling, VA, Earthscan.

Landry, C. (2008). The creative city : a toolkit for urban innovators. New Stroud, UK

London ; Sterling, VA, Comedia ;

Earthscan.

Langner, M., W. Endlicher, et al. (2007). Shrinking cities : effects on urban ecology and challenges for urban development. Frankfurt am Main, New York : Peter Lang.

Larice, M. and E. Macdonald (2007). The urban design reader. London ; New York, Routledge.

Lau, S. S. Y. (2009). International sustainable and urban regeneration : case studies and lessons learned 2008 : ICONUS Conference’08. Hong Kong, Hong Kong College of Technology.

Lay, T., B. Cram, et al. (2006). Making sense of place Cleveland : confronting decline in an American city. Cambridge, Mass., Lincoln Institute of Land Policy,.

A provocative new documentary film study of Cleveland, Ohio–once America’s fifth largest city, and today a metropolitan area struggling to reverse the cumulative effects of decline. Incorporating historic footage of Cleveland’s vibrant economic past and recent interviews with city leaders and neighborhood residents, this film is an examination of the difficulties a new generation must confront in dealing with an uncertain future. This film seeks to educate and inspire citizens to engage in a better-informed civic dialogue about economic opportunities, social equity, regional impacts, and public and private partnerships to shape the future of Cleveland and other cities.

Lefaivre, L., G. Hall, et al. (2007). Ground-up city : play as a design tool. Rotterdam, 010 Publishers.

LeGates, R. T. and F. Stout (2007). The city reader. London ; New York, Routledge.

Lehmann, S. (2010). The principles of green urbanism : transforming the city for sustainability. London ; Washington, DC, Earthscan.

Lehnerer, A. (2009). Grand urban rules. Rotterdam, 010 Publishers.

Leinberger, C. B. (2008). The option of urbanism : investing in a new American dream. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Levinson, D. M. and K. J. Krizek (2008). Planning for place and plexus : metropolitan land use and transport. New York ; London, Routledge.

Levy, J. M. (2006). Contemporary urban planning. Upper Saddle River, N.J., Pearson/Prentice Hall.

Levy, J. M. (2009). Contemporary urban planning. Upper Saddle River, N.J., Pearson Prentice Hall.

Lewis, H. and R. Viñoly (2006). Think New York : a Ground Zero diary. Mulgrave, Vic., Images.

Lewis, M. and American Planning Association. Planning Advisory Service. (2008). From recreation to re-creation : new directions in parks and open space system planning. Chicago, IL, American Planning Association.

Light, J. S. (2009). The nature of cities : ecological visions and the American urban professions, 1920-1960. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press.

Lijn in landschap Foundation. and Birkhäuser Verlag. (2006). ‘Scape : the international magazine for landscape architecture and urbanism. Basel, Stichting Lijn in Landschap Foundation : Birkhauser: v.

Lim, W. S. W., K. W. Lee, et al. (2006). Architecture, culture, ethics : a workshop with William Lim. Singapore, Centre for Advanced Studies in Architecture, Department of Architecture, National University of Singapore.

Lima, A. J. (2009). Preserving community character : a citizen’s guide to saving place and halting urban sprawl. West Conshohocken, PA, Infinity Pub.

Lindemann, S. and I. Schutten (2010). Between times : Hotel Transvaal catalyzing urban transformation. Amsterdam, SUN Trancity.

López Bernal, O. (2008). La sustentabilidad urbana : una aproximación a la gestión ambiental de la ciudad. Cali, Colombia, Universidad del Valle.

Lu, D. (2006). Remaking Chinese urban form : modernity, scarcity and space, 1949-2005. London ; New York, Routledge.

Lucy, W. H. and D. L. Phillips (2006). Tomorrow’s cities, tomorrow’s suburbs. Chicago, Il

Washington, DC., Planners Press ;

American Planning Association.

Lukez, P. (2007). Suburban transformations. New York, Princeton Architectural Press.

Lwasa, S. (2010). Urban land markets, housing development, and spatial planning in Sub-Saharan Africa : a case of Uganda. New York, Nova Science Publishers.

Maandag, B., K. Hage, et al. (2009). Rotterdam open stad : Gebiedsontwikkeling in de praktijk. Rotterdam, Post Editions.

Rotterdam must become both an economically strong and attractive residential city. This is the ambition the municipal executive laid down in the Rotterdam urban vision 2030. To realise this ambition, thirteen very important project areas have been designated in the urban vision to initiate processes at a faster pace. The common denominator of the ten VIP areas described in this book is area development.

Maas, W., U. Hackauf, et al. (2010). Green dream : how future cities can outsmart nature. Rotterdam

New York, Nai Publishers ;

[Distributed by] D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers.

Maas, W., G. La, et al. (2007). Skycar city : a pre-emptive history. New York, Actar-D.

Maas, W., A. Sverdlov, et al. (2009). Visionary cities. Rotterdam

New York, NAi Publishers ;

[Distributed by] D.A.P./Distributed Art Publishers.

“Visionary cities” sets the agenda for the city of the future. This first publication in the “Future Cities Series” is intended as an overview of the issues that The Why Factory is addressing and to outline this research institute’s ambitions and modus operandi for the coming years. In each of the book’s chapters, whether about sustainability, the boom in the leisure industry or poverty, one encounters the tension between the disciplines of architecture and urbanism and the dynamics of the city itself. Each chapter is therefore a specific brief, an urgent call for visionary scenarios for the city of the future. In the concluding chapter Winy Maas advocates regarding the city first and foremost as a project for the future. Maas takes a critical standpoint vis-à-vis current urban planning practice. He argues that architecture possesses a visionary dimension that can generate new value of the city and advocates a large-scale communal agenda.

Mac Giolla Chriost, D. (2007). Language and the city. Basingstoke [England] ; New York, Palgrave Macmillan.

Maciocco, G. (2008). Fundamental trends in city development. [New York], Springer.

Maciocco, G. (2008). Urban landscape perspectives. [New York], Springer Science+Business Media.

Maciocco, G. and S. Tagliagambe (2009). People and space : new forms of interaction in the city project / Giovanni Maciocco and Silvano Tagliagambe. [Dordrecht], Springer.

Maciocco, G., S. Tagliagambe, et al. (2009). “People and space new forms of interaction in the city project.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4020-9879-6 MIT Access Only.

Mallach, A. (2006). Bringing buildings back : from abandoned properties to community assets : a guidebook for policymakers and practitioners. Montclair, N.J.

New Brunswick, N.J., National Housing Institute ;

Distributed by Rutgers University Press.

Mallach, A. (2010). Bringing buildings back : from abandoned properties to community assets : a guidebook for policymakers and practitioners. Montclair, N.J., National Housing Institute.

Mander, Ü., C. A. Brebbia, et al. (2006). The sustainable city IV : urban regeneration and sustainability. Southampton, UK ; Boston, WIT Press.

Marcuse, P. (2009). Searching for the just city : debates in urban theory and practice. London ; New York, Routledge.

Marengo, M. C. (2006). La periferia de Córdoba : cuestiones sobre hábitat urbano. [Córdoba], Instituto de Investigación de Vivienda y Hábitat, Secretaría de Investigación, Facultad de Arquitectura Secretaria de Ciencia y Tecnología, Universidad Nacional de Córdoba, Argentina.

Marshall, S. (2009). Cities design and evolution. Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, Routledge.

Marshall, S. and D. Banister (2007). Land use and transport : European research towards integrated policies. Amsterdam ; Boston, Elsevier.

Martin, R. and K. Baxi (2007). Multi-national City : architectural itineraries. Barcelona

New York, Actar-D ;

Distribution USA, Actar Distribution.

Marzluff, J. M. (2008). Urban ecology : an international perspective on the interaction between humans and nature. New York, Springer.

Mateo, J. L. (2006). Big scale = Grossformat. Barcelona, Gustavo Gili.

Mathur, A. and D. d. Cunha (2006). Deccan traverses : the making of Bangalore’s terrain. New Delhi, Rupa.

Mazzola, E. M. (2010). The sustainable city is possible : a possible strategy for recovering urban quality and local economies = La città sostenibile è possibile : una strategia possibile per il rilancio della qualità urbana e delle economie locali. Roma, Gangemi.

McCarthy, J. M. (2009). Making Milwaukee mightier : planning and the politics of growth, 1910-1960. DeKalb, Ill., Northern Illinois University Press.

McGrath, B. (2008). Digital modelling for urban design. Chichester, England ; Hoboken, NJ, John Wiley.

Meeda, B., N. Parkyn, et al. (2007). Graphics for urban design. London, Thomas Telford.

Mees, P. (2010). Transport for suburbia : beyond the automobile age. London ; Sterling, VA, Earthscan.

“The need for effective public transport is greater than ever in the 21st century. With countries like China and India moving towards mass-automobility, we face the prospects of an environmental and urban health disaster unless alternatives are found. It is time to move beyond the automobile age. But while public transport has worked well in the dense cores of some big cities, the problem is that most residents of developed countries now live in dispersed suburbs and smaller cities and towns. These places usually have little or no public transport, and most transport commentators have given up on the task of changing this: it all seems too hard. This book argues that the secret of ‘European-style’ public transport lies in a generalizable model of network planning that has worked in places as diverse as rural Switzerland, the Brazilian city of Curitiba and the Canadian cities of Toronto and Vancouver. It shows how this model can be adapted to suburban, exurban and even rural areas to provide a genuine alternative to the car, and outlines the governance, funding and service planning policies that underpin the success of the world’s best public transport systems.”–Back cover.

Mehrotra, R. and Urban Design Research Institute. (2006). Mapping Mumbai : University of Michigan Mumbai Studios, spring and fall 2005. [Bombay?], Urban Design Research Inctitute.

Meijsmans, N. (2010). Designing for a region. Amsterdam, SUN Academia.

Summary: The regional scale is becoming more and more important to tackle spatial questions such as the accommodation of dwelling needs or water storage. Planning and policymaking, however, are subject to difficult and time-consuming processes. This is partly due to the novelty of the task, but is also related to the large number of actors and consequently to the important amount of negotiations that have to be organised. In this book the role of design as a key instrument of new forms of regional planning is positioned within a broader exploration of the context and challenges concerning regional planning and coproduction. In this respect, the book deals with aspects bearing both on space and on governance.

Metaxiotis, K., F. J. Carrillo, et al. (2010). Knowledge-based development for cities and societies : integrated multi-level approaches. Hershey, PA, Information Science Reference.

“This book presents a better knowledge and understanding of applying knowledge-based development policies, contributing to the theorizing of knowledge-based development and creation of knowledge societies”–Provided by publisher.

Michelin, N. (2006). Avis : propos sur l’architecture, la ville, l’environnement. Paris, Archibooks : Sautereau.

Miessen, M. (2010). The nightmare of participation : crossbench practice as a mode of criticality. New York, Sternberg Press.

Miessen, M. and S. Basar (2006). Did someone say participate? : an atlas of spatial practice : a report from the front lines of cultural activism looks at spatial practitioners who actively trespass into neighbouring or alien fields of knowledge. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press.

Miller, C. (2010). Cities and nature in the American West. Reno ; Las Vegas, University of Nevada Press.

Milroy, B. M. (2009). Thinking, planning and urbanism. Vancouver, UBC Press.

Minton, A. (2009). Ground control : fear and happiness in the twenty-first-century city. London ; New York, Penguin Books.

Misselwitz, P. and T. Rieniets (2006). City of collision : Jerusalem and the principles of conflict urbanism. Basel ; Boston, Birkhäuser.

Mitchell, J. (2008). Business improvement districts and the shape of American cities. Albany, State University of New York Press.

Monclús, F. J. and M. Guàrdia i Bassols (2006). Culture, urbanism and planning. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Montgomery, J. (2007). The new wealth of cities : city dynamics and the fifth wave. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Moor, M. and J. Rowland (2006). Urban design futures. London, Routledge.

Moore, N. (2008). Dublin docklands reinvented : the post-industrial regeneration of a European city quarter. Dublin, Four Courts Press.

Moore, T., P. Thorsnes, et al. (2007). The transportation/land use connection. Chicago, Ill., American Planning Association, Planning Advisory Service.

Morandi, C. (2007). Milan : the great urban transformation. Venezia, Marsilio.

Mornement, A. and A. Biles (2009). Infill : new houses for urban sites. London, Laurence King.

Mostafavi, M., G. Doherty, et al. (2010). Ecological urbanism. Baden, Switzerland, Lars Müller.

Moughtin, C., P. Signoretta, et al. (2009). Urban design : health and the therapeutic environment. Amsterdam ; London, Architectural.

Murcutt, G. and J. Nicholls (2009). Glenn Murcutt : University of Washington master studios and lectures. Seattle, Dept. of Architecture Distributed by the University of Washington Press.

Murray, M. J. (2008). Taming the disorderly city : the spatial landscape of Johannesburg after apartheid. Ithaca, Cornell University Press.

Murray, M. J. and G. A. Myers (2007). Cities in contemporary Africa. New York, Palgrave Macmillian.

Musterd, S. and A. Murie (2010). Making competitive cities. Chichester, West Sussex, U.K. ; Ames, Iowa, Wiley-Blackwell.

Næss, P. (2006). Urban structure matters : residential location, car dependence and travel behaviour. London ; New York, Routledge.

Nath, V. and S. K. Aggarwal (2007). Urbanization, urban development, and metropolitan cities in India. New Delhi, Concept Pub. Co.

National Research Council (U.S.). Committee for Determination of the State of the Practice in Metropolitan Area Travel Forecasting. (2007). Metropolitan travel forecasting : current practice and future direction. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board.

National Research Council (U.S.). Committee for the Study on the Relationships Among Development Patterns Vehicle Miles Traveled and Energy Consumption., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., et al. (2009). Driving and the built environment : the effects of compact development on motorized travel, energy use, and CO2 emissions. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board.

The vast majority of the U.S. population – some 80 percent – now lives in metropolitan areas, but population and employment continue to decentralize within regions, and density levels continue to decline at the urban fringe. Suburbanization is a long-standing trend that reflects the preference of many Americans for living in detached single-family homes, made possible largely through the mobility provided by the automobile and an extensive highway network. Yet these dispersed, automobile-dependent development patterns have come at a cost, consuming vast quantities of undeveloped land; increasing the nations dependence on petroleum, particularly foreign imports; and increasing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that contribute to global warming. The primary purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between land development patterns, often referred to as the built environment, and motor vehicle travel in the United States and to assess whether petroleum use, and by extension GHG emissions, could be reduced through changes in the design of development patterns. A key question of interest is the extent to which developing more compactly would reduce vehicle miles traveled (VMT) and make alternative modes of travel (e.g., transit, walking) more feasible. The study is focused on metropolitan areas and on personal travel, the primary vectors through which policy changes designed to encourage more compact development should have the greatest effect.

National Research Council (U.S.). Committee for the Study on the Relationships Among Development Patterns Vehicle Miles Traveled and Energy Consumption., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., et al. (2009). “Driving and the built environment the effects of compact development on motorized travel, energy use, and CO2 emissions.” from http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=12747.

The vast majority of the U.S. population – some 80 percent – now lives in metropolitan areas, but population and employment continue to decentralize within regions, and density levels continue to decline at the urban fringe. Suburbanization is a long-standing trend that reflects the preference of many Americans for living in detached single-family homes, made possible largely through the mobility provided by the automobile and an extensive highway network. Yet these dispersed, automobile-dependent development patterns have come at a cost, consuming vast quantities of undeveloped land; increasing the nations dependence on petroleum, particularly foreign imports; and increasing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions that contribute to global warming. The primary purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between land development patterns, often referred to as the built environment, and motor vehicle travel in the United States and to assess whether petroleum use, and by extension GHG emissions, could be reduced through changes in the design of development patterns. A key question of interest is the extent to which developing more compactly would reduce vehicle miles traveled (VMT) and make alternative modes of travel (e.g., transit, walking) more feasible. The study is focused on metropolitan areas and on personal travel, the primary vectors through which policy changes designed to encourage more compact development should have the greatest effect.

Neglia, G. A. (2009). Medina : essays on the urban landscapes of south-eastern Mediterranean cities = Saggi sui paesaggi urbani delle città del Mediterraneo sud-orientale. [Bari]

Modugno, Bari, PolibaPress ;

Arti Grafiche Favia.

Nelson, A. C., R. Lang, et al. (2009). The new politics of planning : how states and local governments are coming to common ground on reshaping America’s built environment. Washington, D.C., Urban Land Institute.

Nemerow, N. L. (2009). Environmental engineering. Environmental health and safety for municipal infrastructure, land use and planning, and industry. Hoboken, N.J., Wiley.

Nemerow, N. L. and Books24x7 Inc. (2009). “Environmental engineering environmental health and safety for municipal infrastructure, land use and planning, and industry, sixth edition.”  6th.

New York (N.Y.), New York (N.Y.). Dept. of Design and Construction., et al. (2010). Active design guidelines : promoting physical activity and health in design. New York, City of New York.

Newman, P., T. Beatley, et al. (2009). Resilient cities : responding to peak oil and climate change. Washington, DC, Island Press.

Ng, E. (2010). Designing high-density cities for social and environmental sustainability. London ; Sterling, VA, Earthscan.

Noever, P. and K. Meyer (2010). Urban future manifestos. Ostfildern

Hollywood, Hatje/Cantz ;

MAK Center.

…”calls upon leading creative thinkers to address urgent questions about the future of the contemporary city. Contributing architects, artists, designers, and urban scholars from around the globe consider the city from a variety of positions and posit their unique and inspiring visions.”–cover.

Oliva i Casas, J. (2007). Confusion in urban design : the public city versus the domestic city. Amsterdam, Techne Press.

Olshansky, R. B., L. Johnson, et al. (2010). Clear as mud : planning for the rebuilding of New Orleans. Chicago, American Planning Association.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. and SourceOECD (Online service) (2007). OECD territorial reviews : competitive cities : a new entrepreneurial paradigm in spatial development. Paris, OECD.

Economic globalization and the subsequent intensification of inter-city competition have profoundly changed urban governance. This is particularly evident in the field of urban spatial development. The change is often described as a shift from a managerial mode of governance to a more entrepreneurial mode, strongly characterized by risk-taking, innovation, a strong orientation toward the private sector and a strategic approach which focuses on economic growth. This study reviews the challenges that urban entrepreneurialism must overcome to maintain and strengthen its relevance in the 21st century. Urban policy planners are expected to address an increasingly wide range of objectives, including social, environmental and cultural issues as well as economic ones.–Publisher’s description.

Oswald, F. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture. (2007). Phoenix from the ashes.

Franz Oswald, an architect from Bern, discusses how a city evolves and how architects can affect this. He also discusses designing cities with the Netzstadt method.

Otero, L. R. (2010). La calle : spatial conflicts and urban renewal in a southwest city. Tucson, University of Arizona Press.

Otto, F. (2009). Occupying and connecting : thoughts on territories and spheres of influence with particular reference to human settlement. Stuttgart ; London, Edition Axel Menges.

Palermo, P. C., D. Ponzini, et al. (2010). “Spatial planning and urban development critical perspectives.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-8870-3 MIT Access Only.

Parolek, D. G., K. Parolek, et al. (2008). Form-based codes : a guide for planners, urban designers, municipalities, and developers. Hoboken, N.J., J. Wiley & Sons.

Pasquarelli, G., G. Solomonoff, et al. (2008). Layered urbanisms : Gregg Pasquarelli, Versioning–6.0 : Galia Solomonoff, Brooklyn Civic Space : Mario Gooden, Global topologies. New Haven

New York, Yale School of Architecture ;

Distributed by W.W. Norton & Co.

Pastor, M., C. Benner, et al. (2009). This could be the start of something big : how social movements for regional equity are reshaping metropolitan America. Ithaca, Cornell University Press.

Pavel, M. P. (2009). Breakthrough communities : sustainability and justice in the next American metropolis. Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press.

Pereira, P. C. X. and R. Hidalgo (2008). Producción inmobiliaria y reestructuración metropolitana en América Latina. Santiago, Chile, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Instituto de Geografía.

Pérez Escolano, V. and Expoagua Zaragoza 2008 S.A. (2008). El urbanismo de la Expo : el plan de acompañamento. [Zaragoza]

New York, Expoagua Zaragoza 2008 S.A. ;

Actar D USA, [distributor for the United States].

Peterson, M. (2010). Sound, space, and the city : civic performance in downtown Los Angeles. Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press.

Pflieger, G. (2008). The social fabric of the networked city. Lausanne

Abingdon, Oxford, EPFL Press ;

Distributed by CRC Press.

Constructed around the work of Manuel Castells on the space of places, the space of flows and the networked city, nine contributors focus on the transformation of the fabric of the networked city in terms of policies and social practices.

Piedmont-Palladino, S., T. Mennel, et al. (2009). Green community. Chicago, IL

Washington, DC, American Planning Association ;

National Building Museum.

Platt, R. H. and Lincoln Institute of Land Policy. (2006). The humane metropolis : people and nature in the 21st-century city. Amherst, University of Massachusetts Press in association with Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, Cambridge.

Pont, M. B. and P. Haupt (2010). Spacematrix : space, density and urban form. Rotterdam, NAI.

Summary: Spacematrix explores the potential of urban density as a tool for urban planning and design. The authors’ fascination with density is not primarily normative, making no claim to know which density is best, but is driven by the desire to understand the relational logic between density, urban form and performance. This is a prerequisite for understanding and successfully predicting the effects of specifi c designs and planning proposals. The focus of attention is the relationship between types of urban environment and data such as amount, size, physical properties and economic values. The book will also be used by the Bachelor’s, Master’s and other post-graduate programmes within the Faculty of Architecture at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).

Porter, L., K. Shaw, et al. (2009). “Whose urban renaissance? an international comparison of urban regeneration strategies.” from http://www.netLibrary.com/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=260537 MIT Access Only.

Poullaouec-Gonidec, P. (2006). Workshop Liban : Saïda en projets de paysage. [Montréal], Presses de l’Université de Montréal.

Power, A., J. Plöger, et al. (2010). Phoenix cities : the fall and rise of great industrial cities. Bristol, UK ; Portland, OR, Policy Press.

“How did Europe react? How did the US? How different were their responses? This book looks closely at the recovery trajectories of seven European cities from very different regions of the European Union. Their dramatic decline, intense recovery efforts and progress on the ground reinforce the significance of public underpinning in times of crisis. Innovative enterprises, new-style city leadership, special neighbourhood programmes and skills development are all explored. The US experience, whereby cities were largely left to their own devices, produced a slower, more uncertain recovery trajectory. This book will provide much that is original and promising to all those wanting to understand the ground-level realities of urban change and progress.”–P. [4] of cover.

Provoost, M. and A. Pronkhorst (2007). Wimby! hoogvliet : future, past and present of a new town. Rotterdam, NAi Publishers.

Punter, J. (2010). Urban design and the British urban renaissance. London ; New York, Routledge.

Puri, V. K. (2010). V.K. Puri’s compilation of new zonal development plans of Delhi under MPD 2021 along with legal framework and development laws. New Delhi, JBA Publication.

Qualls, K. D. (2009). From ruins to reconstruction : urban identity in Soviet Sevastopol after World War II. Ithaca, Cornell University Press.

Raggi, G. and P. Sassi (2009). Roma meno è pìu : the new sequences of architectural and urban transformation. Barcelona, LISt Laboratorio Internazionale Editoriale.

Ramesh, G. (2010). Urban infrastructure and governance. New Delhi, Routledge.

Papers presented at the conference conducted by Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore; chifly with reference to Asia.

Ratcliffe, J., M. Stubbs, et al. (2009). Urban planning and real estate development. London ; New York, Routledge.

Read, S. and C. Pinilla (2006). Visualizing the invisible : towards an urban space. Amsterdam, Techne Press.

Red Mexicana de Ciudades hacia la Sustentabilidad. Seminario-Taller Internacional (9th : 2007 : Manzanillo Colima Mexico), A. L. Quintanilla Montoya, et al. (2008). Ciudad, puerto y turismo : estrategias para una integración sustentable. Zinacantepec, Colegio Mexiquense : Universidad de Colima : Red Mexicana de Ciudades hacia la Sustentabilidad : INPLAN, Instituto de Planeación para el Desarrollo Sustentable de Manzanillo.

Red Mexicana de Ciudades hacia la Sustentabilidad. Seminario-Taller Internacional (10th : 2008 : Monterrey Mexico), R. García Ortega, et al. (2008). Replanteando la metrópoli : soluciones institucionales al fenómeno metropolitano : memorias del X Seminario-Taller Internacional de la Red Mexicana de Ciudades hacia la Sustentabilidad y del Congreso Nacional para la Reforma Metropolitana. Monterrey

[Mexico City]

[Mexico]

Zinacantepec, México, Gobierno de Nuevo León

Cámara de Diputados

Red Mexicana de Ciudades hacia la Sustentabilidad ;

Colegio Mexiquense.

Register, R. (2006). Ecocities : rebuilding cities in balance with nature. Gabriola, BC, New Society Publishers.

Ricca, S. (2007). Reinventing Jerusalem : Israel’s reconstruction of the Jewish Quarter after 1967. London, I.B. Tauris.

Ritchie, A. and R. Thomas (2009). Sustainable urban design : an environmental approach. London ; New York, Taylor & Francis.

Roche, F. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture. (2007). [Lecture]. [2007].

A lecture in which Francois Roche discusses urbanism.

Roche, F. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture. (2007). [Lecture]. [2007].

A lecture in which Francois Roche discusses urbanism.

Roche, F. and Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture. (2007). [Lecture]. [2007].

A lecture in which Francois Roche discusses urbanism.

Roo, G. d. and E. A. Silva (2010). A planner’s encounter with complexity. Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Roodhouse, S. (2006). Cultural quarters : principles and practice. Bristol, UK ; Portland, OR, Intellect.

Roth, K., U. Brunnbauer, et al. (2006). Urban life and culture in Southeastern Europe : anthropological and historical perspectives. Münster

New Brunswick [NJ], Lit ;

Distributed in North America by Transaction Publishers.

Ruppert, E. S. (2006). The moral economy of cities : shaping good citizens. Toronto ; Buffalo, University of Toronto Press.

Sadahiro, Y. (2008). Spatial data infrastructure for sustainable urban regeneration. [Japan?], Springer.

Sagharchi, A. and L. Steil (2010). New Palladians : modernity and sustainability for 21st century architecture. London, Artmedia.

Salet, W. G. M. and E. Gualini (2007). Framing strategic urban projects : learning from current experiences in European urban regions. London ; New York, Routledge.

San Francisco Planning and Urban Research Association. (2007). “Urbanist.” from http://www.spur.org/newsletter_archive.shtm.

Sandoval, G. (2010). Immigrants and the revitalization of Los Angeles : development and change in MacArthur Park. Amherst, N.Y., Cambria Press.

Sarkissian, W., D. Hurford, et al. (2010). Creative community planning : transformative engagement methods for working at the edge. London ; Washington, DC, Earthscan.

Satler, G. (2006). Two tales of a city : rebuilding Chicago’s architectural and social landscape, 1986-2005. DeKalb, Ill., Northern Illinois University Press.

Saunders, W. S. (2006). Urban planning today : a Harvard design magazine reader. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press.

Sawalha, A. (2010). Reconstructing Beirut : memory and space in a postwar Arab city. Austin, University of Texas Press.

Schaffer, D., D. Vollmer, et al. (2010). Pathways to urban sustainability : research and development on urban systems : summary of a workshop. Washington, D.C., National Academies Press.

“More than half of the world’s people now live in cities. In the United States, the figure is 80 percent. It is worthwhile to consider how this trend of increased urbanization, if inevitable, could be made more sustainable. One fundamental shortcoming of urban research and programs is that they sometimes fail to recognize urban areas as systems. Current institutions and actors are not accustomed to exploring human-environment interactions, particularly at an urban-scale. The fact is that these issues involve complex interactions, many of which are not yet fully understood. Thus a key challenge for the 21st century is this: How can we develop sustainable urban systems that provide healthy, safe and affordable environments for the growing number of Americans living in cities and their surrounding metropolitan areas? To address this question, the National Research Council organized a workshop exploring the landscape of urban sustainability research programs in the United States. The workshop, summarized in this volume, was designed to allow participants to share information about the activities and planning efforts of federal agencies, along with related initiatives by universities, the private sector, nongovernmental groups, state and local agencies, and international organizations. Participants were encouraged to explore how urban sustainability can move beyond analyses devoted to single disciplines and sectors to systems-level thinking and effective interagency cooperation. To do this, participants examined areas of potential coordination among different R&D programs, with special consideration given to how the efforts of federal agencies can best complement and leverage the efforts of other key stakeholders. Pathways to Urban Sustainability offers a broad contextual summary of workshop presentations and discussions for distribution to federal agencies, regional organizations, academic institutions, think tanks and other groups engaged in urban research.”–Publisher’s website.

Scheppe, W., V. Bellei, et al. (2009). Migropolis : Venice : atlas of a global situation. Ostfildern, Hatje/Cantz : Fondazione Bevilacqua La Masa : Commune di Venezia.

In winter 2006, under the aegis of philosopher Wolfgang Scheppe, a collective of students from the IUAV University in Venice fanned out to subject their city to a process of forensic structural mapping. Out of this field work, conducted in the Situationist tradition, there developed a three-year urban project that produced an enormous archive comprising tens of thousands of photographs, case studies, movement profiles, and statistic data. Exhibition: Bevilacqua La Masa, Venice, October 8 – December 8, 2009.

Schittek, N., E. Eckerle, et al. (2006). Landschaft, Architektur, Kunst, Design : Norbert Schittek zum 60. Geburtstag. München, Meidenbauer.

Schmid, H. and J. Stewart (2009). Economy of fascination : Dubai and Las Vegas as themed urban landscapes. Berlin, Borntraeger.

Schröder, J., K. Weigert, et al. (2010). Landraum : Entwerfen auf dem Land : Arbeiten am Lehrstuhl für Planen und Bauen im ländlischen Raum, Prof. Matthias Reichenbach-Klinke, 2000-2008 = Beyond rural design : projects at the Chair for Planning and Building in Rural Areas, Prof. Matthias Reichenbach-Klinke, 2000-2008. Berlin, Jovis.

Rural space is the blank spot on the map of contemporary architecture. Cities are becoming our living spaces, or so it seems; the countryside is blacked out. What spatial strategies are practised there, and how do they permeate rural and urban ways of life and settlement? Could a global hinterland emerge via rural peripheries, countryside pioneers, and local energies? What effect is the increasing concern with food production having on architecture and urban development? “Landraum” seeks instruments of perception and design with which to comprehend the dynamics of rural areas by employing a spatial-architectonic approach.

Schüller, N., P. Wollenberg, et al. (2009). Urban reports : urban strategies and visions in mid-sized cities in a local and global context. Zürich, gta Verlag, ETH Zürich.

Schwalbach, G. (2009). Urban analysis. Basel ; Boston, Birkhäuser.

Schwarz, T., S. Rugare, et al. (2009). Pop up city. Cleveland, OH, Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, College of Architecture and Environmental Design, Kent State University.

Schwieterman, J. P., A. P. Mammoser, et al. (2009). Beyond Burnham : an illustrated history of planning for the Chicago region. Lake Forest, IL, Lake Forest College Press.

Seetharam, K., B. K. P. Yuen, et al. (2010). Developing living cities : from analysis to action. Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J., World Scientific Pub.

Seggern, H. v., J. Werner, et al. (2008). Creating knowledge : Innovationsstrategien im Entwerfen urbaner Landschaften = innovation strategies for designing urban landscapes. Berlin, Jovis.

Selby, R. I. and Regional/Urban Design Assistance Team Program (American Institute of Architects) (2007). Blueprint for Springfield : designing the future of the historic downtown of Illinois’ capital city. [Illinois?], AIA Central Illinois.

Shaftoe, H. and International Institute for Environment and Development. (2008). Convivial urban spaces : creating effective public places. London ; Sterling, VA, Earthscan.

Shaheed, A. A., J. R. Yarwood, et al. (2008). Da zao quan qiu hua cheng shi : Hele de cheng shi gui hua he cheng shi she ji tan suo. Beijing, Zhong guo dian li chu ban she.

Shane, D. G. (2010). Urban design since 1945 : a global perspective. Chichester, West Sussex, Wiley ;.

Shannon, K. and J. Gosseye (2009). Reclaiming (the urbanism of) Mumbai. Amsterdam, SUN Academia.

Shannon, K. and M. Smets (2010). The landscape of contemporary infrastructure. Rotterdam, NAi Publishers.

Shear, W. B. and United States. Government Accountability Office. (2010). “Revitalization programs empowerment zones, enterprise communities, and renewal communities.” from http://purl.access.gpo.gov/GPO/LPS121999.

Showalter, P. S., Y. Lu, et al. (2010). “Geospatial techniques in urban hazard and disaster analysis.” from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-90-481-2238-7 MIT Access Only.

Silva, R. C. M. d. and A. Brandão (2006). A cidade pelo avesso : desafios do urbanismo contemporâneo. [Rio de Janeiro], Viana & Mosley Editora : Prourb-Programa de Pós-Graduação em Urbanismo da Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo da UFRJ.

Silvetti, J., F. Correa, et al. (2010). Invention/transformation : strategies for the Qattara/Jimi Oases in Al Ain. Cambridge, MA

Abu Dhabi, Harvard University Graduate School of Design

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Smith, G. J. and J. Scott (2006). Living cities : an urban myth? : government and sustainability in Australia. Dural, N.S.W., Rosenberg.

Smith, M. K. (2007). Tourism, culture and regeneration. Wallingford, UK ; Cambridge, MA, CABI Pub.

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Soderstrom, M. (2006). Green city : people, nature, and urban places. Montreal, Véhicule Press.

Soderstrom, M. (2008). The walkable city : from Haussmann’s boulevards to Jane Jacobs’ streets and beyond. Montreal, Véhicule Press.

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Souiah, S.-A. and Université de Paris VII. Groupe de recherches sur le Maghreb et le Moyen-Orient. (2007). Villes intermédiaires dans le monde arabe. Paris, Harmattan.

Staley, S. and A. T. Moore (2009). Mobility first : a new vision for transportation in a globally competitive twenty-first century. Lanham [Md.], Rowman & LIttlefield.

Steinberg, P. E. and R. Shields (2008). What is a city? : rethinking the urban after Hurricane Katrina. Athens, GA, University of Georgia Press.

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Originally shown at the 1939 World’s Fair, this classic show comments on four types of cities: New England town, the unplanned industrial community, a crowded metropolis and the decentralized community.

Stern, R. A. M., D. Fishman, et al. (2006). New York 2000 : architecture and urbanism between the Bicentennial and the Millennium. New York, Monacelli Press.

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Sustainable Cities Programme., United Nations Human Settlements Programme., et al. (2006). Programmes cites durables: agenda 21 locaux : le processus agenda 21 local : approche et mode d’emploi. Nairobi, Kenya, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-HABITAT) and the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).

Swanstrom, T. and B. Banks (2007). Going regional : community-based regionalism, transportation, and local hiring agreements. [Berkeley, Calif.], University of California at Berkeley, Institute of Urban and Regional Development.

Swearingen, W. S. (2010). Environmental city : people, place, politics, and the meaning of modern Austin. Austin, University of Texas Press.

Sweet, F. and EDAW Ltd. (2009). Heart of Doha : a blueprint for the future. London, EDAW : AECOM.

Syrett, S. and D. North (2008). Renewing neighbourhoods : work, enterprise and governance. Bristol, Policy Press.

Talen, E. (2009). Urban design reclaimed : tools, techniques, and strategies for planners. Chicago, American Planning Association, Planners Press.

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Tang, K. and L. Tang (2009). Green CITYnomics : the urban war against climate change. Sheffield, UK, Greenleaf.

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Tannerfeldt, G. and P. Ljung (2006). More urban, less poor : an introduction to urban development and management. London ; Sterling, VA, Earthscan.

Technische Universität Graz. Fakultät für Architektur. (2009). Urbanity not energy = Stadt statt energie. Vienna, Springer Verlag.

Thierstein, A. and A. Förster (2008). The image and the region–making mega-city regions visible! Baden, Lars Muller Publishers.

Thomas, R. (2006). Environmental design : an introduction for architects and engineers. London ; New York, Taylor & Francis.

Thwaites, K. (2007). Urban sustainability through environmental design : approaches to time-people-place responsive urban spaces. London ; New York, Routledge.

Tibaijuka, A. K. (2009). Building prosperity : the centrality of housing in economic development. London ; Sterling, VA, Earthscan.

Tong ji da xue (China) (2007). Urban transformation. Zurich, Switzerland, Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction ;.

Torrice, A., B. Turnley, et al. (2009). The new metropolis. Oley, PA, Bullfrog Films,.

“A two-part documentary series about America’s first suburbs. America’s ‘first’ suburbs, those suburban communities built next to America’s urban centers, were once the birthplace of the American Dream. … Sixty years later, many of these original suburbs are facing a crisis: a dwindling tax base, population and business loss, decaying infrastructure, increased racial tensions and white flight. … [These two] half-hour documentaries use compelling, personal stories to highlight these important issues”–Container.

Transport Research Centre., International Transport Forum., et al. (2008). Privatisation and regulation of urban transit systems. Paris, OECD/ITF.

This publication examines experience in integrating private management and capital with public transport policy objectives in a number of developed economies. For network operators, the Round Table concludes that innovation is the key to surviving the rapidly changing policy and regulatory environment.–Publisher’s description.

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Turnbull, K. F., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., et al. (2007). The Metropolitan Planning Organization, Present and Future : summary of a conference. Washington, D.C., Transportation Research Board.

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“Brings policymakers, practitioners, and scholars up to speed on the state of knowledge on urban and regional policy issues. Conceptualizes fresh thinking of different aspects (economic development, education, land use), presenting main themes and implications and identifying gaps to fill for successful formulation and implementation of urban and regional policy”–

United Nations Human Settlements Programme. (2007). Enhancing urban safety and security : global report on human settlements 2007. London ; Sterling, VA, Earthscan.

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United States. Congress. House. Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure. Subcommittee on Economic Development Public Buildings and Emergency Management. (2006). A vision and strategy for rebuilding New Orleans : hearing before the Subcommittee on Economic Development, Public Buildings, and Emergency Management of the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure, House of Representatives, One Hundred Ninth Congress, first session, October 18, 2005. Washington, U.S. G.P.O. : For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O.

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Covers architecture courses, student work, student prizes, elective studios, degrees presented, faculty, etc., for the year.

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Urban, F. (2009). Neo-historical East Berlin : architecture and urban design in the German Democratic Republic 1970-1990. Farnham, England ; Burlington, VT, Ashgate.

Urban Land Institute. and National Multi Housing Council (U.S.) (2008). Getting density right : tools for creating vibrant compact development. Washington, D.C., ULI–Urban Land Institute : NMHC, National Multi Housing Council.

Urban Land Institute. Boston District Council., S. Pollack, et al. (2006). On the right track : meeting Greater Boston’s transit and land use challenges : report and recommendations of the Urban Land Institute Boston District Council. [Boston, Mass., Urban Land Institute, Boston District Council?].

Urban Void Hong Kong (Project) (2007). 2007 Hong Kong–Shenzhen Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism = Xianggang– Shenzhen cheng shi jian zhu shuang nian zhan 2007. [Hong Kong], Hong Kong–Shenzhen Biennale of Architecture and Urbanism.

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The Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design ;

The Network Architecture Lab, Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Columbia University.

Vassoler-Froelich, I. (2007). Urban Brazil : visions, afflictions, and governance lessons. Youngstown, N.Y., Cambria Press.

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Delft, IOS Press ;

Delft University of Technology,: 376 p.

Vellut, J.-L. (2007). Villes d’Afrique : explorations en histoire urbaine. Paris, L’Harmattan.

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Walker, P. (2009). Downtown planning for smaller and midsized communities. Chicago, American Planning Association Planners Press.

Ward Thompson, C. and P. Travlou (2007). Open space : people space. London ; New York, Taylor and Francis.

Watson, G. B. and I. Bentley (2007). Identity by design. Oxford ; Burlington, MA, Architectural.

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Wener, R., E. Axelrod, et al. (2008). Building sustainable neighborhoods : the 2007 Rudy Bruner Award for Urban Excellence. Cambridge, MA, Bruner Foundation.

Weng, Q. and D. A. Quattrochi (2007). Urban remote sensing. Boca Raton, CRC Press.

Werna, E., R. Keivani, et al. (2009). Corporate social responsibility and urban development : lessons from the South. Basingstoke [England] ; New York, Palgrave Macmillan.

Wiel, M. (2010). Le grand Paris : premier conflit né de la décentralisation. Paris, Harmattan.

Wiland, H., B. Baroff, et al. (2007). Seattle the future is now. Oley, PA, Bullfrog Films,.

This program reports on the environmental transformation of Seattle as it struggles to combat the environmental consequences of its increasing population.

Wiland, H., B. Baroff, et al. (2006). Philadelphia the holy experiment. Oley, PA, Bullfrog Films,.

Faced with severe budget limitations, Philadelphia created a network of volunteer organizations who have brought about rebirth through volunteerism and community outreach. Mayor John F. Street created the Neighborhood Transition Initiative program to come up with practicable and affordable solutions to remove blight, promote quality restoration, stimulate investment in new housing, and improve how the city delivers services to its businesses and residents.

Wiland, H., D. Bell, et al. (2006). Chicago city of the big shoulders. Oley, PA, Bullfrog Films,.

Scott Simon interviews a group of inspirational environmental activists from various backgrounds who are dedicated to the greening of Chicago. The 24-acre Millennium Park, City Hall Roof Garden, Green Roof Initiative, and an outdoor classroom and nature preserve at Elgin High School are among the projects highlighted.

Wiland, H., D. Bell, et al. (2007). Los Angeles dream a different city. Oley, PA, Bullfrog Films,.

“TreePeople, founded by Andy Lipkis, is leading the campaign to plant one million trees in the next decade. Los Angeles is discovering mass transit. The Expo Line represents the first east-west light rail-line in Los Angeles in 50 years. Girls Today Women Tomorrow brings together profession women who mentor the girls of Boyle Heights, teaching them about nutrition, exercise, leadership skills and civic involvement”–Publisher info.

Wilhelm, K. and D. Jessen-Klingenberg (2006). Formationen der Stadt : Camillo Sitte weitergelesen. Gütersloh

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Birkhäuser.

Wolff, N. W. (2008). Transforming San Antonio : an insider’s view of the AT&T Center, Toyota, the PGA Village, and the River Walk extension. San Antonio, TX, Trinity University Press.

“Bexar County judge and former mayor Nelson Wolff gives an insider’s view of four major developments–the San Antonio Spurs’ AT&T Center, Toyota, the PGA Village, and the River Walk extension–that are transforming the city”–Provided by publisher.

Wong, C. (2006). Indicators for urban and regional planning : the interplay of policy and methods. London and New York, Routledge.

“Examines the process of indicator development in Urban and Regional Planning. Includes discussion of methodological debates and case study analysis of deprivation, urban and regional development, sustainability and planning”–Provided by publisher.

Wong, T.-C., B. K. P. Yuen, et al. (2008). Spatial planning for a sustainable Singapore. New York, Springer.

World Health Organization. (2007). Global age-friendly cities : a guide. Geneva, World Health Organization.

Population aging and urbanization are major forces shaping the 21st century. As cities are growing, their share of residents aged 60 years and more is increasing. WHO regards active aging as a lifelong process shaped by several factors that, alone and acting together, favor health, participation and security in older adult life. The purpose of this guide is to engage cities to become more age-friendly so as to tap the potential that older people represent for humanity. Working with groups in 33 cities, WHO asked older people in focus groups to describe the advantages and barriers they experience in eight areas of city living. In most cities, the reports from older people were complemented by evidence from focus groups of caregivers and service providers in the public, voluntary and private sectors. The results from the focus groups led to the development of a this set of age-friendly city checklists. The cities surveyed were: Amman, Jordan; Cancún, Mexico; Dundalk, Ireland; Geneva, Switzerland; Halifax, Canada; Himeji, Japan; Islamabad, Pakistan; Istanbul, Turkey; Kingston and Montego Bay (combined); Jamaica La Plata, Argentina; London, United Kingdom; Mayaguez, Puerto Rico; Melbourne, Australia; Melville, Australia; Mexico City, Mexico; Moscow, Russian Federation; Nairobi, Kenya; New Delhi, India; Ponce, Puerto Rico; Portage la Prairie, Canada; Portland, Oregon, United States of America; Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Ruhr metropolitan region, Germany; Saanich, Canada; San José, Costa Rica; Shanghai, China; Sherbrooke, Canada; Tokyo, Japan; Tripoli, Lebanon; Tuymazy, Russian Federation; Udaipur, India; Udine, Italy–Publisher’s description.

Wright, H. (2008). Instant cities. London, UK, Black Dog Publishing.

Assesses the stratospheric rise of the city throughout history, surveying the exploding megacities in China, India, South America and elsewhere to the continuous remodeloing of Western cityscapes and the socialist experiments of the twentieth century.

Wu, F. (2007). China’s emerging cities : the making of new urbanism. London ; New York, Routledge.

Wu, F., J. Xu, et al. (2007). Urban development in post-reform China : state, market, and space. London ; New York, Routledge.

Yázigi, E. and Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimento Científico e Tecnológico. (2006). Esse estranho amor dos paulistanos : requalificação urbana, cultura e turismo. São Paulo

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CNPq.

Yigitcanlar, T., K. Velibeyoglu, et al. (2008). Knowledge-based urban development : planning and applications in the information era. Hershey PA, Information Science Reference.

“This book covers theoretical, thematic, and country-specific issues of knowledge cities to underline the growing importance of KBUD all around the world, providing substantive research on the decisive lineaments of urban development for knowledge-based production (drawing attention to new planning processes to foster such development), and worldwide best practices and case studies in the field of urban development”–Provided by publisher.

Yoshihara, N., M. Sato, et al. (2010). Fluidity of place : globalization and the transformation of urban space. Sendai, Japan

Melbourne, Vic., Tohoku University ;

Trans Pacific.

Zeren Gülersoy, N. (2008). Istanbul project : Istanbul historic peninsula conservation study. Istanbul, Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Architecture.

Zhang, M. and World Bank. (2010). Competitiveness and growth in Brazilian cities : local policies and actions for innovation. Washington, D.C., World Bank.

Zhu, J., L. L. Sim, et al. (2006). Place-remaking under property rights regimes : a case study of Niucheshui, Singapore. Berkeley, Institute of Urban and Regional Development, University of California at Berkeley.

Zijderveld, A. C. (2009). A theory of urbanity : the economic and civic culture of cities. New Brunswick, N.J., U.S.A., Transaction Publishers.

Zondag, B. (2007). Joint modeling of land-use, transport and economy. Delft, Trail Research School,: x, 233 p.

Zyscovich, B. and D. R. Porter (2008). Getting real about urbanism : contextual design for cities. Washington, D.C., Urban Land Institute.

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