Urban spaces two

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Arco Editorial Board, 1994 - Architecture - 255 pages
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Outstanding urban parks as varied as the people who use them worldwide are examined in this handsome volume. As documented in these pages, areas conceived as green spaces for citizens' enjoyment are linked to the city, but must also have some autonomy to be effective. This volume consists of a series of projects grouped within the term park, which is as broad as it is ambiguous. Due to the irregular and fast growth of today's cities, the urban park has acquired complex meanings, which this insightful book explores.

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Contents

Section 1
25
Section 2
35
Section 3
42

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