2 edition of Distributed urbanism found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HT151 .W58 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780415562317, 9780415562324|
|LC Control Number||2009039546|
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How will depopulating cities reclaim vacant spaceAuthor: Gretchen Wilkins. Unlike early models of urbanism, in which centralized models of production, communication and governance were sited within a central business district, contemporary urbanism is shaped by remote, distributed mechanisms such as information technologies, (i.e.
SatNav, Google Earth, E-trade, Photosynth or RSS web feeds) cooperative economic models. Feb 23, · The subtext to Distributed Urbanism, “after Google Earth,” adds to the enigma of the book but does little to help clarify its theoretical intentions. Ilka and Andreas Ruby do their best to honour the book’s title by situating the view from Google Earth in a broader account of.
Get this from a library. Distributed urbanism: cities after Google earth. [Gretchen Wilkins;] -- Exploring the increasingly decentralized systems through which cities are organized and produced, this collection of case studies on global cities focuses on the emerging architectural practices.
Distributed Distributed urbanism book armchair travel is perhaps a bit too widely distributed‐ the links between chapters are not always clear, and the connection to Google Earth, while clearly drawn by contributors like Ignasi Perez Arnal and Johan van Schaik/Simon Drysdale, is less evident in other chapters.
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Feb 01, · This book finds emerging innovations and first signs of green urbanism in Asia and suggests they may be the guiding light for the rest of the world. The authors highlight seven archetypal cities exhibiting green urbanism: the renewable energy city, the bioregional carbon neutral city, the distributed city, the biophilic city, the eco-efficient.
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Book Launch. Distributed Urbanism: Cities After Google Earth Edited by: Hong Kong, Dubai, Beijing and Mumbai, Distributed Urbanism draws on these cities in relation to current events, urban schemes and demographic data.
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Edited by US architect and RMIT University senior lecturer Gretchen Wilkins, the book .Why urban design is larger than architecture: the foundational qualities of urban design, examples and practitioners Urban design in practice is incremental, but architects imagine it as scaled-up architecture—large, ready-to-build pop-up cities.
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