Urban Designscapes and the Production of Aesthetic Consent

@article{Julier2020UrbanDA,
  title={Urban Designscapes and the Production of Aesthetic Consent},
  author={Guy Julier},
  journal={Urban Studies},
  year={2020},
  volume={42},
  pages={869 - 887}
}
Studies on the identity formation of urban centres and the use of aesthetic markers within that regeneration process largely fall into two camps that reflect their respective academic provenance. On the one hand, this effect is assessed by reference to urban planning and architectural processes. Here, the interest is firmly in the design hardware of buildings, streets and public spaces and how they are used to differentiate and communicate. On the other, this is reviewed by reference to the… 

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