“Toward an Urban Design Manifesto”

  title={“Toward an Urban Design Manifesto”},
  author={Allan B. Jacobs and Donald Appleyard},
  journal={The City Reader},
TOWARD AN URBAN DESIGN MANIFESTO Donald Appleyard and Allan Jacobs Wbrking Paper No. 384 June 1982 Institute of Urban and Regional Developmnt University of California, Berkeley 

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Article history: Received 25 April 2014 Received in revised form 8 May 2014 Accepted 20 May 2014 Available online 16 August 2014