Charter of the New Urbanism, 2nd Edition 2 9780071806077 Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO THE PRINCIPLES OF NEW URBANISM--FULLY REVISED The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU) is the leading organization promoting walkable, mixed-use neighborhood development, sustainable communities, and healthier living conditions. Thoroughly updated to cover the latest environmental, economic, and social implications of urban design, Charter of the New Urbanism, Second Edition features insightful writing from 62 authors on each of the Charter's principles. Real-world case studies, plans, and examples are included throughout. This pioneering guide explains how to restore urban centers, reconfigure sprawling suburbs, conserve environmental assets, and preserve our built legacy. It examines communities at three separate but interdependent levels: The region: Metropolis, city, and town Neighborhood, district, and corridor Block, street, and building Featuring new photos and illustrations, this practical, up-to-date resource is invaluable for design professionals, developers, planners, elected officials, and citizen activists. New coverage includes: Urban-to-Rural Transect Form-based codes Light Imprint community design Retrofitting suburbia Tactical Urbanism Canons of Sustainable Architecture and Urbanism And much more Essays by: Randall Arendt G. B. Arrington Jonathan Barnett Stephanie Bothwell Peter Calthorpe Thomas J. Comitta Victor Dover Andrés Duany Douglas Farr Geoffrey Ferrell Ray Gindroz Ken Greenberg Jacky Grimshaw Douglas Kelbaugh Léon Krier Walter Kulash Bill Lennertz William Lieberman Wendy Morris Elizabeth Moule John O. Norquist Myron Orfield Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk Stefanos Polyzoides Shelley R. Poticha Mark M. Schimmenti Daniel Solomon Laurie Volk Robert D. Yaro Todd Zimmerman Commentaries by: Laurence Aurbach Kaid Benfield Phillip Bess Howard Blackson Hazel Borys Patrick Condon Ann Daigle Ellen Dunham-Jones Ethan Goffman Richard Allen Hall Tony Hiss Jennifer Hurley James Howard Kunstler Gianni Longo Tom Low Michael Lydon John Massengale Michael Mehaffy Anne Vernez Moudon Steven Mouzon Paul Murrain Nathan Norris Russell Preston Henry R. Richmond Daniel Slone Sandy Sorlien Robert Steuteville Galina Tachieva Emily Talen Dhiru Thadani Marc A. Weiss June Williamson
Charter of the New Urbanism, 2nd Edition

Charter of the New Urbanism, 2nd Edition

2nd Edition
By Congress for the New Urbanism and Emily Talen
ISBN10: 0071806075
ISBN13: 9780071806077
Copyright: 2013

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The Region: Metropolis, City, and Town: 18 essays (Calthorpe; Yaro; Arendt; Grimshaw; Morris; Bothwell; Richmond; Arrington; Orfield, Barnett; Plater-Zyberk; Kulash; Weiss; Norquist; Leiberman; Moule; Lennertz; Comitta); Block, Street, and Building: 9 essays (Solomon; Polyzoides; Gindroz; Farr; Dover; Kelbaugh; Duany; Schimmenti; Greenberg); Afterword; Postscript; Editors’ Notes; Credits; Bibliography

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Congress for the New Urbanism

The Congress for the New Urbanism, headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is a rapidly growing nonprofit advocacy organization whose mission is to promote the restoration of existing urban centers and towns, encourage communities of real neighborhoods and diverse districts, conserve national environments, and preserve our built legacy.

Emily Talen