From Abstract to Concrete: Subjective Reading of Urban Space

  • RACHEL KALLUS
  • Published 2002

Abstract

Urban designers, perceiving the city mainly as a morphological phenomenon, are primarily concerned with the sensory, and particularly with the visual, qualities of urban space. This view of the city as a spatial physical structure requires abstraction, to enable comprehension of the complexity and continuity of the urban space, its transparency and its… (More)

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@inproceedings{KALLUS2002FromAT, title={From Abstract to Concrete: Subjective Reading of Urban Space}, author={RACHEL KALLUS}, year={2002} }