Publisher: Birkhauser, ISBN: 9783035624120, Author: Tanja Siems, Format: Softcover, 305 x 240 mm, 176pp
This practice orientated handbook aims at all urban actors wishing to develop and realise complex urban planning concepts. It sets out a series of techniques, methods and process models that range from analytical approaches and concept strategies to the creation of participatory projects.
Creative open-ended experiments have been proven as effective academic practice driven methods within applied participatory urban mediation. The book proposes a method-catalogue of immediately realisable approaches for experimental urban research as part of a design and planning procedure within education and practice.
- Cross-disciplinary methods and working methods for urban planning
- Case studies from Berlin, Düsseldorf, Cologne, London, Madrid and Wuppertal
- Foreword Barbara-Ann Campbell-Lange and contributions by Theo Lorenz, Mohamed Fezazi, Alexia Radounikli and Vera San Payo de Lemos