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Fighting the trend to design cookie-cutter urban communities, this resource looks at city planning and design in a multi-dimensional way—paying attention to the history and environment of a particular area in order to create places with identifiable character and personality.

Book Summary: Fighting the trend to design cookie-cutter urban communities, this resource looks at city planning and design in a multi-dimensional way—paying attention to the history and environment of a particular area in order to create places with identifiable character and personality.

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Format: Hardcover
Pages: 250
ISBN: 9780874201055
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