3 edition of Urban waterfronts found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Research and Special Projects Branch.|
|Series||Community improvement series -- v. 4|
|Contributions||Ontario. Ministry of Municipal Affairs.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||i, 89 p. :|
|Number of Pages||89|
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Transforming Urban Waterfronts. by. Routledge Advances in Geography. Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it Brand: Taylor And Francis. The mixed-use redevelopment of formerly contaminated waterfronts has become a key but also difficult part of urban revitalization and a significant real estate : Barry Hersh.
(). Regenerating Urban Waterfronts—Creating Better Futures—From Commercial and Leisure Market Places to Cultural Quarters and Innovation Districts. Planning Practice & Research: Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. Cited by: 9. Buy a cheap copy of Remaking the Urban Waterfront book by Gayle Berens. Written by expert architects and planners, this book explains the importance of and challenges inherent in transforming waterfronts into attractive community.
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This book explores urban waterfront promenades worldwide. It presents 38 promenade case studies―as varied as Vancouver’s extensive network that has been built over the last century, the classic promenades in Rio de Janeiro, the promenades in Stockholm’s recently built Hammarby Sjöstad eco-district, and the Ma On Shan promenade in the Cited by: 1.
An ideal companion to the authors' highly praised Waterfronts: Cities Reclaim Their Edge, the book is an invaluable source of ideas, inspiration, and practical design guidance. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
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Fixity and Flow. Edited By Gene Desfor, Jennefer Laidley, Quentin Stevens, Dirk Schubert. Edition 1st Edition. First Published The process of transforming ports and waterfronts has been intimately connected with world-wide economic restructuring, technological change in shipping and cargo handling facilities, and competition among cities in a global by: 4.
Transforming Urban Waterfronts Fixity and Flow, 1st Edition. Edited by Gene Desfor, "The book is very recommendable for its variety of new disciplinary approaches and for the widening of perspectives on problems and issues of Jennefer Laidley has been Project Manager for four years on the ‘Changing Urban Waterfronts’ research.
Elizabeth Macdonald, Professor of City & Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture and Urban Design at the College of Environmental Design, recently published a new book on the impact of waterfronts on urban life, titled Urban Waterfront Promenades (Routledge ).
Her book examines the possibilities for these public spaces and offers design and planning approaches useful for professionals. Since the s, urban waterfronts have undergone profound functional transformations. While in many ways they have been proven successful in reviving prime urban areas, waterfront redevelopments have also been by: 1.
The following chapter deals with the transformation of waterfronts and riverfronts in cities, one of the central events in recent urban processes, mainly those experienced in the s and s.
Unlike the processes of urban regeneration examined in the previous chapter, the landscape dimension plays a major part in these processes and Cited by: 1. Book; Adaptive planning for resilient coastal waterfronts: Linking flood risk reduction with urban development in Rotterdam and New York City Both cases underline the fact that strategies to enhance the resilience of urban waterfronts must be based on a detailed assessment of local vulnerabilities, and should select sitespecific adaptation.
Urban Revitalization With the revitalization of urban downtowns and the construction of residential develop-ments with supporting services, waterfronts have become prime real estate.-Remaking the Urban Waterfront, ULI - the Urban Land Institute Seattle Open Space Waterfront Typology Waterplace Park and Providence Park, Rhode Island, USA.
Baltimore, Boston, Seattle, and other cities are discovering new uses for their abandoned or deteriorating waterfronts, and in the process attracting people and revenue to the revitalized by: 1.
Authoritatively written, meticulously researched and spectacularly illustrated, The New Waterfront is an indispensable resource for architects, urban planners, developers, landscape designers and /5(2). This book reveals the squandered opportunities in the rich cities of Australia, Canada and Germany, and their subsequent efforts to salvage this land in the public interest.
It shows that urban development that is hostile to local people is not inevitable, and that there are ways of doing it better. Transforming Urban Waterfronts: Fixity and Flow (Routledge Advances in Geography) Gene Desfor, Jennefer Laidley, Quentin Stevens, Dirk Schubert In port cities around the world, waterfront development projects have been hailed both as spaces of promise and as crucial territorial wedges in twenty-first century competitive growth strategies.
Gene Desfor is Professor Emeritus and Senior Scholar at York University. Jennefer Laidley has been Project Manager for four years on the ‘Changing Urban Waterfronts’ research project, and has published articles on waterfront development in the academic journal Cities as well as in the periodicals Relay and Fuse.
Quentin Stevens is Senior Lecturer in Planning and Urban Design at the. PUBLIC ART & URBAN DESIGN: INTERDISCIPLINARY AND SOCIAL PERSPECTIVES.
WATERFRONTS OF ART III 1 R INTRODUCTION Public Art & Urban Design Interdisciplinary and Social Perspectives web version nr, 4. ISSN E-Book File Size: 4MB. Urban beaches have a view of urban waterfronts, also in this areas sometimes can be possible access to the water.
These areas are compared with to natural beach environments by using thematic objects such as a large volume of sand, beach umbrellas, setting elements, palm trees and thatched by: 5.
Urban Land Institute, Jan 1, - Architecture - pages 1 Review Written by expert architects and planners, this book explains the importance of and challenges inherent in transforming 5/5(1). Best Architecture Books Global Africa plan for the Northern Brooklyn waterfront, a new approach to urban oopeaa-design-modular-floating-pool-for-urban-waterfronts Niall.
“The book is structured into three parts covering urban identity, waterfront work, and radicalism, each broken down into chapters and sub-sections focusing on the three chosen cities.
people interested in ports and their industries and workforces, urban planners and museum administrators will find Mah’s book useful.” (Chris Madsen, The Northern Mariner, Vol. 26 (1), March, )Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK. This book presents a new paradigm of knowledge and action with respect to urban waterfronts, the “fluid city paradigm”, explaining its methodological framework and describing an integrated and creative planning approach in which waterfront regeneration is pursued as a key urban renewal strategy.
To further explore on the theme, a group of World Bank staff joined 13 delegates from 7 cities around the world – Belgrade, Buenos Aires, Casablanca, Chongqing, Colombo, Haiphong, and Zanzibar – for a second Urbanscapes Workshop on revitalizing urban waterfronts during JulyTaking place in Seoul, Korea, the workshop was jointly organized by Korea Research Institute ."Peter Brown's America's Waterfront Revival offers an engaging and in-depth look at four very different waterfronts, showing the difficulties and rewards of redeveloping our urban waterfronts.
Such places offer an exceptional insight into the sometimes-jarring changes that come with the transformation of the American economy from industrial.