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Street Works.
Oxenaar, Aart.
Street Works.
The StreetWorks research and design project explores the cohesive function of the urban street. It examines the significance of the street's linear space, its orientation within the city and its surroundings, and the role architecture plays in this urban context. 'StreetWorks' takes European traditions and ideologies into account in its research, and attempt to unravel the many layers of urban reality in the street, such as meaning, history, function and perception. This volume contains contributions by Henk Hartzema, Joan Busquets, Alex Krieger, Noel van Dooren, Rogier van den Berg and Ton Schaap.

Category: Urban Planning, Urban Planning
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 160 pp
Publisher: Architectura & Natura.
Year: 2011
Publication Place: Amsterdam,
ISBN: 9789461400048
Book Id: 89461

Price: $32.00
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