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  The spontaneous city : urhahn urban design

Urhahn Urban Design
Other(s) author(s) : Broekmans, Tess, [editore] ; Feenstra, Sjoerd, [editore] ; Urhahn, Gert, [editore] ; Partizan publikLanguage : EnglishAmsterdam : Bis publishers, copyright 2010172 orrialde : koloretako argazkiak ; 30 cm(Ikus) Testua: bitartekorik gabeISBN : 978-90-6369-265-0.Urban policy | City planning | Urban renewal | Abstract | Web
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Partehartzaileak: Brendan McGetrick, Christian Ernsten, Dirk-Jan Visser, Bjorn Konig, Denise Vrolijk, Jaap Draaisma, Jan Rothuizen, Northon Flores Troche, Anne van Eldonk, Arnold Reijndorp, Tess Broekmans, Leon Hendrickx, Jeroen Visser, Chris Keulemans, Maarten Lankester, Cristina Polito, Ken Greenberg, Joost Beunderman, Bart Stoffels, Josje-Marie Vrolijk, Joost Janmaat, Jeroen Beekmans, Joop de Boer, John Breen, Henk Ovink, Steven Tacq, Ben Ceverny, Alan Smart, Rogier Noyon, Job van Zomeren, Gert Urhahn.

The era of large-scale urban planning is over. This manifesto heralds another practice. Smaal-scale "make-ability" combined with Dutch entrepreneurial skill : that is the basic principle of Urhahn urban design. That is why the authors of this book argue in favour of local resourcefulness, flexibility and openness - in short, they argue for the Spontaneus city. The spontaneus city is never finished; the spontaneus city is about the user; the spontaneus city is the result of supply and demand. This manifesto provokes discussion about the aims of urban planning in the twenty-first century.

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