Topics and Methods for Urban and Landscape Design: From the River to the Project 2016 2016 ed. [Kõva köide]

  • Formaat: Hardback, 259 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 235x155x22 mm, kaal: 591 g, 21 black & white illustrations, 84 colour illustrations, biography
  • Sari: Urban and Landscape Perspectives 19
  • Ilmumisaeg: 07-Apr-2017
  • Kirjastus: Springer International Publishing AG
  • ISBN-10: 3319515349
  • ISBN-13: 9783319515342
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  • Formaat: Hardback, 259 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 235x155x22 mm, kaal: 591 g, 21 black & white illustrations, 84 colour illustrations, biography
  • Sari: Urban and Landscape Perspectives 19
  • Ilmumisaeg: 07-Apr-2017
  • Kirjastus: Springer International Publishing AG
  • ISBN-10: 3319515349
  • ISBN-13: 9783319515342
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This book combines urban planning and architectural tools in an attempt to overcome the limitations of sectoral measures. In this perspective, it offers a forum for the debate of different approaches used by schools of planning and architecture. It explores strategies by drawing from the potential contributions of cognitive models for decisions, the role of utopian thinking and retrofitting actions and their interconnectedness, the role of cultural legacy for urban and landscape design, the design perspectives about public spaces, and the role of architecture design and urban and regional planning for landscape quality.The book also discusses on design as a process of decision-making that operates as an act of empathy that aligns with human and ecological values - emotional, physical and socio-cultural. Each planning and design act has different possible effects able to help making clear strategic and local actions, contributing to community empowerment and to landscape and loca

l governance.Design activity along the river and multiple experiences (design processes, urban fringe design, agri-urban models, river parks, UNESCO sites, River Contracts, greenbelts and ecological networks), through reflection on design roles, helping to understand the design process and its results at different scales.Roberta Ingaramo , architect, PhD, is Assistant Professor in Architectural and Urban Design, Department of Architecture and Design (DAD), Polytechnic University of Turin (Italy), Master in Conservation of Historic Towns and Buildings, Katholieke Universiteit (Belgium). roberta.ingaramo@polito.itAngioletta Voghera , architect, PhD, is Associate Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, Inter-university Department of Urban and Regional Studies and Planning (DIST), Polytechnic University of Turin (Italy). angioletta.voghera@polito.it
1 From the River to the Project
1(12)
Roberta Ingaramo
Angioletta Voghera
Part I Within Design Experimentation
2 Approaches, Tools, Methods and Experiences for Territorial and Landscape Design
13(22)
Angioletta Voghera
3 Urban and Architectural Forms
35(34)
Roberta Ingaramo
4 Experimenting Design Tools
69(16)
Roberta Ingaramo
Angioletta Voghera
Part II Case Studies
5 Territorial Governance in the River Districts: Methods and New Tools for Landscape Design Along the Po River
85(14)
Grazia Brunetta
6 Planning Knowledge and Process for Strategies of Participatory River Contracts
99(28)
Gilda Berruti
Francesco Domenico Moccia
7 Design Along the River as a Landscape Matter
127(14)
Paolo Mellano
8 A Future for Our Past: Textile Colonies in Catalonia
141(16)
Joaquin Sabate Bel
9 Agro-Urban Models in the Sarno River Plain
157(10)
Carlo Alessandro Manzo
10 Work in Process, Work on Process: Designing the Riversides
167(16)
Antonio De Rossi
Alessandro Armando
Mattia Giusiano
11 Microclimate Models for a Sustainable and Liveable Urban Planning
183(30)
Guglielmina Mutani
Francesco Fiermonte
Part III Debate
12 From the Past into the Future: The Utopian Roots of Ecological Planning in North America
213(14)
Danilo Palazzo
Stephen K. Diko
13 Integrating Methods: Aligning the Effects of Scale and Bias
227(24)
Philip D. Plowright
14 Lesson Learned and Road Map
251(6)
Roberta Ingaramo
Angioletta Voghera
Index 257