Urban Design: Street and Square

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Butterworth Architecture, 1992 - Architecture - 211 pages
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Published as a companion volume to 'Urban Design: Street and Square', this new book from Cliff Moughtin, Taner Oc and Steven Tiesell focuses on decorating the city; how ornament has been used to bring delight to the urban scene.

The authors show how the pattern and distribution of street and square and other major elements in the city can be enhanced by the judicious use of decoration are outlined to bring together the ideas discussed and to show how ornament and decoration can be used to emphasize the five components of city form: the path, the node, the edge, the landmark and the district.

Cliff Moughtin is Emeritus Professor of Planning at the University of Nottingham. He is a trained architect who has specialized in urban design since the 1960s. He was Professor of Planning at The Queen's University, Belfast prior to his appointment as Professor in Nottingham. Dr Taner Oc is Director of the Institute of Planning Studies at the University of Nottingham. He has taught at Middle East Technical University, The Queen's University, Belfast and the George Washington University. Steven Tiesdell is Lecturer in Planning (Urban Design) at the University of Nottingham having started his career with an architectural and planning practice in London.

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Emeritus Professor Cliff Moughtin holds degrees in Architecture and Planning awarded by the University of Liverpool. He was also awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by The Queen's University of Belfaset. He was Professor of Planning in The Queen's University Belfast and Nottingham University. He is the author of a number of books including the series of four Urban Design titles for Architectural Press.

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