Urban Design 131 - Summer 2014

Waterfronts

Publication date: 01 July 2014

Price: £10.00 

Contents

VIEWPOINTS

  • Reconnecting a Riverfront with its City - Fergus Browne and David Jordan 
  • Smell and the City - Victoria Henshaw 

TOPIC: Waterfronts

  • Designing on the Waterfront, Jody Slater 
  • Opportunities and challenges, Jody Slater 
  • Marine Planning, Liam McAleese 
  • Portsmouth Renaissance, The Hard Masterplan, James Brewer 
  • Taunton’s Rethink - Paul Osborne 
  • Beirut Port: a Concept Masterplan - Anna Reiter 
  • Between Nature’s Gifts: Porto Montenegro - Patrick Reardon 
  • Life’s a beach - Kathryn Anderson and Emilie Pignon 

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Urban Street Design Guide - National Association of City Transportation Officials 
  • The City as a Tangled Bank: Urban Design vs Urban Evolution - Sir Terry Farrell
  • Parking Reform Made Easy - R W Willson
  • The Art of Shaping the Metropolis - Pedro B Ortiz
  • Good Cities, Better Lives:How Europe Discovered the Lost Art of Urbanism - Peter Hall 

ENDPIECE

So ordinary they named it twice - Joe Holyoak 

This is another stimulating issue which no urban design professional should be without. Urban Designis the leading journal in its field; it is posted automatically to members of the Urban Design Group, a good reason to join the group today.  Each issue provides in-depth analysis of topical themes, with contributions from leading practitioners, policymakers and academics from the UK and abroad.  Its 48 pages offer a mix of articles, short reports and listings that reflect the diversity of urban design today.

To purchase a copy, please email admin@udg.org.uk - the cost is £10.00, plus postage and packing (dependant on delivery location).