New Urban Elements

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Links, 2007 - Architecture - 179 pages
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Benches, railings, parterres, street lamps, posts, footpaths and bridges, fountains and spatial organizers--New Urban Elements takes an up-close look at all of the elements that go into the design of urban space. Every element shown in the dazzling color photographs was custom-designed for a specific project, and all are explained from the drawing board up, from the original sketches and lists of materials to finished product in its setting. The most thorough and complete volume of its kind, New Urban Elements is a resource that every urban design professional must have.

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Contents

Section 1
79
Section 2
103
Section 3
113
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About the author (2007)

Jacobo Krauel, the renowned architecture critic, is the founder of the Malegro Award in Architecture. The author of "Sustainable Architecture: Low-Tech Houses" and many other books, he lives in Barcelona.

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