Bubbles to Concept: Urban Planning Made Easy-A Design Guide for Urban Planning and Architecture

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Strategic Book Publishing, 2011 - Architecture - 60 pages
In this informative and creative book, Architect Jerome Ezeanonye Nwokeji presents unique design theorems, formed and developed through fundamental, evolutionary techniques. Nwokeji uses basic principals in nature as a guide to originate new ideas and guide design professionals, architects, landscape architects and urban planners/designers in achieving outcomes that are distinct and harmonious to the environment. BUBBLES TO CONCEPT breaks new ground with its fresh perspective and ideas. It is sure to become an impressive resource in the practice of architecture and urban design. Author Bio: Jerome Ezeanonye Nwokeji is a Consultant Architect and Urban Planner/Designer who lives in Abuja, Nigeria. Dr. Nwokeji was trained at The University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma; Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio; and A.I.U. Honolulu, Hawaii, where he received his Doctorate. He won a UNESCO architectural competition in 1985. Dr. Nwokeji also studied and apprenticed with the late architect and professor, Richard Miller, who had been an apprentice to Frank Lloyd Wright. Dr. Nwokeji is happily married to his wife, Thelma, and the union is blessed with five lovely children: Udenna, Uzo, Anuli, Mmeli and Nonye, to God be the glory. He was inspired to write BUBBLES TO CONCEPT by his desire to bring back originality in creative design. Dr. Nwokeji hopes to motivate other professionals and share the insightful knowledge he has gained over the years in the world of architecture and urban design. Publisher's website: http: //www.strategicpublishinggroup.com/title/BubblesToConcept.html

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Understanding Bubbles
Brief Taking
Brief Diagrammatic Formatting
Actuality in BubblesPhase 1
Bubbles in Multiple Dimensions
Bubbles to Shapes
Understanding Urban Design for Bubbles
Planning in View for Bubbles

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