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Model Town: Using Urban Simulation in New Town Planning.
Model Town: Using Urban Simulation in New Town Planning.
The computer game SimCity may have had its best time, but professional urban simulation and gaming programmes that model the development and growth of a city are increasingly complex. Presented here in this illustrated publication are the results of research by the International New Town Institute that examines these developments in connection with urban strategic planning and the creation of new towns. Some ten chapters present a variety of essays and research, accompanied by a substantial body of plans and models English

Category: Urban Planning, Urban Planning
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 200 pp
Publisher: SUN
Year: 2009
Publication Place: Amsterdam
ISBN: 9789085068044
Book Id: 82781

Price: $47.00
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