ALEX LEHNERER GRAND URBAN RULES PDF

Zunfthaus Voltaire, selected publications. The substantive chapters provide a lively, detailed and sometimes amusing history of zoning in the US. The methodological analysis of collective form includes comparative observations, critical commentary, and the search for strategic tools that can be employed to simultaneously shape and understand our built environment in order to produce specific public qualities as cumulative effects. LT KBJG PDF Chicago is a very green city, for instance, but it is partly because when granv walk down residential streets, every private yard has a tree in it; if you put all of those yards together, it is greater than Lincoln Park.

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The book contains a total of significant ingredients for the Grand Project of our contemporary metropolis. Setting standards is first and foremost a cultural act. We read cities by their rules! Rules link the physical with the social city, connecting quality with quantity and latent characteristics to manifest ones.

Thereby and almost unnoticed, they have become design instruments. In fact, regarding rules as tools offers a valuable urban design attitude — departing from an approach that wants to control everything, and moving towards a non—fatalistic form of control between freedom and coercion. Some Press— The substantive chapters provide a lively, detailed and sometimes amusing history of zoning in the US.

The book does us the great service of drawing to our attention the apparatus of rules, that invisible armature around which our cities are spun, which has rarely been the subject of such a wide-ranging examination. Johan Janssen in Arkitektur 3, Geeft op een leesbare en onderhoudende manier inzicht in hoe regelgeving een antwoord kan geven op stedenbouwkundige vraagstukken.

Vitale stad, February Uitermate actueel. Robert-Jan de Kort at Archined. Urbantick, March This book does something to redress the balance, looking at rules as products of human culture and as conduits of beauty and creativity.

William Wiles, iconeye, April Grand Urban Rules succeeds in being educational, interesting and entertaining.

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Moogura Duong Nguyen rated it it was amazing Apr 15, Joris Baes marked it as to-read Aug 02, Project as Argument, interview, in: Robert rated it really liked it Mar 13, The results are thematic formats that can be read as critical discursive urban projects, both as research and pedagogy, but never obliged to only one single scale. Some Press— The substantive chapters provide a lively, detailed and sometimes amusing history of zoning in the US. Jochen Schenk marked it as to-read Feb 03, Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Peter added it Jan 26, Carolina Passos marked it as urba Apr 20, Dimitris Panayotopoulos marked it as to-read Mar 02, Thanks for telling us about the problem. The individual research projects are conducted within three disciplinary modes of inquiry: Down in Mississippi, reader seminar week HS Brendan rated it really liked it Nov 23, Rules link the physical with the social city, connecting quality with quantity and latent characteristics to ggand ones. Thereby and almost unnoticed, they have become design instruments. Setting standards is first and foremost a cultural act.

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One is clearly always part of the other, is comprised by the other, sometimes contained in the other. At least the city and architecture always condition one another. The city is the one big project of society and therefore naturally challenges architecture as a cultural project. The productive and intellectual impetus of the inconclusive negotiation between the two lies exactly in the confrontation of the individual with the collective, text with context, the political with the planned, and the autonomous with the cultural. These dialectical moments of inquiry outline what the discipline of architecture has described as a third typology, an architectural project that operates between two seemingly contradictory states creating friction that leads to alternative and subversive outcomes. The methodological analysis of collective form includes comparative observations, critical commentary, and the search for strategic tools that can be employed to simultaneously shape and understand our built environment in order to produce specific public qualities as cumulative effects. The results are thematic formats that can be read as critical discursive urban projects, both as research and pedagogy, but never obliged to only one single scale.

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