Urban Design 146 - Spring 2018

Post-Conflict Urban Design
COVER
Modern additions to the Berliner Schloss,
photograph by Ulrich Schopke
 
UPDATE
3 — Manual for Streets 10th Anniversary Seminar
3 — T he Kevin Lynch Memorial Lecture: Space Syntax, Past, Present and Future
4 — Urban Design Library #25 England and the Octopus, Clough Williams-Ellis
5 — My Favourite Plan: Liz Kessler
 
RESEARCH
6 — Measuring Urban Form, Martin Fleischman
 
VIEWPOINT
8 — Will Autonomous Vehicles Change Our Cities? Sebastien Miller
10 — S hared Space Success, David McKenna
 
TOPIC: POST-CONFLICT URBAN DESIGN
12 — Introduction, Colin James
15 — Istanbul’s Neighbourhood Redevelopment Battlefield, Ay?e Gök?in
18 — Post Conflict Urban Reconstruction, Tom Carter
21 — Berlin: Places of Conflict, Judith Ryser
25 — R esolution Planning in Jerusalem, Yehuda Greenfield-Gilat and Karen Lee Bar-Sinai
28 — S haping the Future Nicosia, Martina Juvara, Glafkos Constantinide, Andreas Markides, Agni Petridou and Maria Ioannou
32 — R econciling Urban Design, Heritage and Security, Paul Woodville
34 — Managing Land and Property in Post Conflict Somaliland, Musyimi Mbathi
37 — Beirut and Sarajevo: Urban Design and Post-war Reconciliation, Gruia Badescu
 
BOOK REVIEWS
40 — The Robust City, Tony Hall
40 — Cities in Time, Temporary Urbanism and the Future of the City, Ali Madanipour
41 — FutuREstorative: Working Towards a New Sustainability, Martin Brown
41 — T he Language of Cities, Deyan Sudjic
42 — PRACTICE INDEX
47 — EDUCATION INDEX
 
ENDPIECE
49 — DeRadburnisation Actually, Joe Holyoak