URBAN DESIGN Journal Issue

URBAN DESIGN 153 Winter 2020

SOUTHEAST ASIA

This issue has been kindly sponsored by Savills

COVER

Nan Lian Garden, Kowloon, Hong Kong. Photograph by David Wallace Mathewson

UPDATE

3 — Parking in Towns and Cities
3 — City Resilience
4 — Global Climate Change Digest
5 — Olympic Park: Workable Exemplars In East London
6 — National Urban Design Conference 2019: Making People-Friendly Places
8 — Urban Design Group’s Annual General Meeting
9 — Urban Design Group Kevin Lynch Lecture: Neuroscience and Urban Design
10 — My Favourite Plan: Ben Flippance
11 — Urban Design Library #32: The Essex Design Guide
12 — Behind the Image: Exhibition Road, London

VIEWPOINT

14 — Seven Points for Delivering Successful Community Retail, Sebastien Miller

TOPIC: SOUTHEAST ASIA

16 — Introduction, David Wallace Mathewson, guest topic editor
18 — Riding the Sands of Time: Urban Malleability and the Legacy of Marina Bay, Daniel Ong
21 — Conserving Yangon’s Colonial Heritage, David Wallace Mathewson
24 — Jakarta: A Case Study for Flood Challenges, David Wallace Mathewson
26 — Recent Urban Development in Jakarta and Palembang, Priscilla Epifania Ariaji
29 — Urban Conservation in Hong Kong, Dawn Hayunga Shapiro
31 — The Next Big Metropolis in the Philippines, Jennifer Chua
34 — Putrajaya: A New Green Intelligent City, Fanan Ujoh
37 — Bangkok: The Cost of Resilience, Patri Vienravi and Gregory Galligan

BOOK REVIEWS

40 — No Little Plans, How Government built America’s Wealth and Infrastructure, Ian Wray
40 — Inside Smart Cities, Place, Politics and Urban Innovation, Andrew Karvonen, Federico Cugurullo & Federico Caprotti (ed.)
41 — Municipal Dreams, The Rise and Fall of Council Housing, John Boughton
41 — Why Cities Look the Way they do, Richard J Williams

42 — PRACTICE INDEX

47 — EDUCATION INDEX

ENDPIECE

49 — Le tour s’approche de la tour, Joe Holyoak