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Robert rated it really liked it Mar 13, 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.
To sum up, this is a brilliant read and a book that could lead a new and much more open debate around the implications and possibilities of identity of place. Sean Billy marked it as to-read Nov 12, William Wiles, iconeye, April Grand Urban Rules succeeds in being educational, interesting and entertaining. Job Board View all jobs. Down in Mississippi, reader seminar week HS Sign-up for our newsletters Sign Up Daily Weekly. Chair of Architecture and Urban Design Asst. Lukas Kulikauskas marked it as to-read Dec 29, Here you have this concept of privately-owned public space; these are places where the public can go, but they are small, private pieces.
Brendan rated it really liked it Nov 23, Omar Bishr marked it as to-read Dec 26, You address, in the book, the fact that rules get a bad rep for being restrictive, but you also talk about how they create their own kind of freedom.
One is clearly always part of the other, is comprised by the other, sometimes contained in the other. Do you think there is one side that has been more influential, historically? Reader Seminar Week, Fall Daily Weekly Sign Up.
Trivia About Grand Urban Rules. Through these examples, going from one page to the next, a mental image should materialize through all of these case studies. Many of the most widely-accepted rules in urban planning, they started in New York, or Chicago, or San Francisco. Ever since architecture discovered the city as its domain, there has been a critical and fruitful debate regarding how these two relate to one another.
Brian added it Mar 12, Carolina Trand marked it as to-read Apr 20, Are there rules that you find particularly instructive in your own work, or any rules that you find especially interesting?
Grand Urban Rules
The City as the Critical Project of Architecture
Yk Ku rated it it was amazing May 17, Elli TJ marked it as to-read Apr 10, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The City as the Critical Project of Architecture Ever since architecture discovered the city as its domain, there has been a critical urbsn fruitful debate regarding how these two relate to one another.
Books by Alex Ruban. I think context is one of the most important things.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Zunfthaus Voltaire, selected publications. 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.
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An Interview with Alex Lehnerer – Next City
At least the city rrules architecture always condition one another. Vitale stad, February Uitermate actueel. In his new book Grand Urban RulesUniversity of Illinois-Chicago professor Alex Lehnerer explores the history of contemporary urban form and code through an examination of the rules that guide development in the fictional, Atlantis-esque city of Averuni.