Record nummer 1952479
Titel Drawing the ground, landscape urbanism today : the work of Palmbout urban landscapes
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[ed.: Frits Palmboom ... et al.]
Auteur(s) Palmboom, F.
Uitgever Basel : Birkhäuser
Jaar van uitgave 2010
Pagina's 207 p ill
ISBN 3034602634; 9783034602631
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Trefwoorden (cab) stedelijke planning / landschapsarchitectuur / stadsontwikkeling / architectuur / infrastructuur / nederland
Rubrieken Stedelijke plannen
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting Het boek bevat vijftien projecten onderverdeeld in zes thematische blokken. Met onder andere aandacht voor het ontwerp van Amsterdam IJburg, 450 ha groot, bestemd voor 18 duizend bewoners. Maar ook het project Maastricht Belvedere, herstructurering van 280 ha industrieterrein, bestemd voor 4 duizend bewoners.
Toelichting (Engels) Palmbout urban landscapes is now one of the leading urban planning offices in the netherlands. Its approach is characterized by a constant search for a new relationship between urban planning, architecture and landscape architecture. In this process of experimentation, Palmbout urban landscapes has established a profile not only in the field of the relationship between urban planning and architecture, but above all in terms of mutual interactions between urban planning, analysis and design of landscape and infrastructure. Drawings represent a crucial design tool within this process. The book documents sixteen projects, organised into the themes regional scale, urban expansions, new residential areas, interventions in the inner-city texture, postwar areas and public space.
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