Landscape design promenades

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Carles Broto, Nov 27, 2007 - Architecture - 179 pages
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In ancient times, every town had a promenade, an open public space for people to see and be seen. Today's modern cities need these meeting places, too.Urban Spaces: Promenadestakes a close look at how this tradition is being interpreted in cutting-edge urban planning. Full-color photos plus plans, sketches, and interviews with the creators of each groundbreaking project make this book a must-have for everyone interested in urban planning, design, or how our society functions. * Creative urban planning projects * Full-color photos plus plans, sketches, and interviews with designers

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Jacobo Krauel, the author of Sustainable Architecture: Low-Tech Houses and many other books, lives in Barcelona.

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