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Monu #10: Holy Urbanism.
Upmeyer, Bernd, ed.
Monu #10: Holy Urbanism.
These 17 articles explore the proposition that 'Holy Urbanism' - one of the driving forces in the growth of a city - in its contemporary form is realised through a hybridisation of religion and economy. Highlights include: Daniel Hadley's examination of the Mormon mega-project in the City Creek Center, Salt Lake City; Peter Dorsey's take on spectacle based environments and multiple consumer appetites; Emeka Udemba's article on the gradual transformation of the urban space in the markets of Lagos in Nigeria; and Caroline Sponza's thoughts on 'Drive-through-Religion'. English

Category: Urban Planning, Urban Planning
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 130 pp
Publisher: Board Publishers.
Year: 2009
Publication Place: Rotterdam,
Book Id: 81318

Price: $20.00
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