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Public and private spaces of the city
1. Personal Space of the Body 2. Exclusive Space of the Property 3. Intimate Space of the Home 4. Interpersonal Space of Sociability 5. Communal Space of the Neighbourhood 6. Material andExpand
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Design of Urban Space: An Inquiry into a Socio-Spatial Process
PERSPECTIVES IN URBAN SPACE. Understanding Urban Space. Structural Frameworks of Urban Space. People in the City. THE MAKING OF URBAN SPACE. Urban Design Process. Production of the Built Environment.Expand
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Why are the Design and Development of Public Spaces Significant for Cities?
Much of the recent interest in urban design has focused on the creation and management of public spaces of cities. My aim in this paper is to explore the nature and role of public space and itsExpand
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Place, identity and local politics: analysing initiatives in deliberative governance
© Cambridge University Press 2003 and 2009. The challenge of governance transformation There is widespread agreement across Europe on the need for innovation in the forms and practices ofExpand
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Roles and Challenges of Urban Design
This paper provides an analysis of the rising significance of urban design and the challenges it is facing. It places urban design in the wider context of the urban development process, and of theExpand
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Tehran: The Making Of A Metropolis
THE RISE OF A METROPOLIS. City of Revolutions. Transformation of the Capital. A PROFILE OF THE CONTEMPORARY CITY. Urban Economy. Urban Management. Urban Society. Urban Space. Urban Problems. UrbanExpand
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Urban planning and development in Tehran
With a population of around 7 million in a metropolitan region of 12 million inhabitants, Tehran is one of the larger cities of the world. This paper charts its planning and development through theExpand
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Social exclusion and space
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Marginal public spaces in European cities
The main public spaces in European cities are the focus of much attention, whereas marginal public spaces are places of neglect and decline. The concentration of disadvantaged and vulnerable groups...
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