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Design for Urban Space and the Design City Discussion. Publikation anläßlich der Designmai 2006. Dtsch.-Engl.

Designcity - ISBN: 9783899551709
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Bindwijze: Boek, Paperback
Genre: Stedenbouw / Ruimtelijke Ordening
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Today’s designers are taking on more responsibility in modern city designs, which entails profound interdisciplinary knowledge starting with ergonomics, sanitation, family structures and living mobility and behaviours. There’s also an inherent trend of industrial products appearing increasingly similar using design to differentiate and the same can be said about cities, relying on designers to lend them a clear profile.

Synonymous to architecture and urban planning, design is essential for the future of our cities. But how do we define a “City of Design”? What shapes our urban infrastructure? And what role does shelter design and temporary architecture play?

Designcity explores global design and the urban environment and includes essays and propositions by acclaimed theorists such as Richard Florida, Brian Holmes, Saskia Sassen, John Thackara, Craig Buckley, Mike Davis, Hans Ibelings and Martin Pawley. This publication also features the projects showcased at the Designmai 2006 design festival in Berlin, presenting ideas and approaches by designers under the parallel theme of “Designcity”.

Foreword by Klaus Wowereit (Mayor of Berlin)
Preface by Transform-Berlin e.V.
Design and the City
Design City – Theories on Cities and Design
Designcity – Urban Infrastructure
Shelter Design – Design of Shelters and Temporary Architecture
Design City – Shelters and Temporary Architecture (Projects, Designmai 2006)
Design City Berlin – Facts


Titel: Designcity
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Paperback
Taal: Duits
Aantal pagina's: 223
Uitgever: Die Gestalten Verlag
NUR: Stedenbouw / Ruimtelijke Ordening
Afmetingen: 19 x 167 x 235
Gewicht: 443 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 3899551702
ISBN/ISBN13: 9783899551709
Intern nummer: 6809834


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