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HDM 25: Urban Design Now

 

HDM 25: Urban Design Now

Features | On Theory | On Design and Technology | On Design 
On Urban Development | On Place | Books | Order

Michael Sorkin
The End(s) of Urban Design 

Urban Design Now: A Discussion
Margaret Crawford, Julia Czerniak, Paul Goldberger, Alex Krieger, Rodolfo Machado, Farshid Moussavi, Dennis Pieprz, William Saunders, and Matthew Urbanski

Wouter Vanstiphout and Michelle Provost
“Facts on the Ground”
Urbanism from Mid-Road to Ditch

Edward W. Soja
Designing the Postmetropolis

Richard M. Sommer
Beyond Centers, “Fabric,” and the Culture of Congestion:
Urban Design as a Metropolitan Enterprise

Tim Love
Urban Design after Battery Park City:
Opportunities for Variety and Vitality in Large-Scale Urban Real-Estate Development

Joan Busquets
Defining the Urbanistic Project: Ten Contemporary Approaches

ON THEORY
Dave Hickey
On Not Being Governed

ON DESIGN AND TECHNOLOGY
Antoine Picon
Toward a Well-Tempered Digital Design:
The Architecture of Reiser + Umemoto

ON DESIGN
Tom Spector
The Morals of Modernist Minimalism: A Provocation

ON URBAN DEVELOPMENT
Matthew J. Kiefer
The Upside of Gentrification

ON PLACE
Ahmed Kanna and Rodolfo Machado
Dispatch from the Subdivision Archipelago and Dubai…Is Not Yet

BOOKS
Sprawl: A compact History
by Robert Bruegmann
Review by Andrew Ross
Review by Richard Dagenhart
Review by Alex Krieger

A Field Guide to Sprawl
by Dolores Hayden and Jim Wark
Review by Andrew Ross

Archaeologies of the Future: The Desire Called Utopia and Other Science Fictions
by Fredric Jameson
Review by Reinhold Martin

The Birth of City Planning in the United States, 1840-1917
By Jon A. Peterson
Review by Robert Fishman


 

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