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Residensity: A Carbon Analysis of Residential Typologies

Smith & Gill
RESIDENSITY: A Carbon Analysis of Residential Typologies is the culmination of a seven-year study analysing nine building typologies to understand the relationships between building densities and the amount of land and infrastructure required to support them.
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Lin, John
The experiments in the book are a collection of design and build projects conducted from the Department of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong over the past 10 years and represent a direct reflection of the incredible diversity of climates, locations, and conditions that underlie the ongoing Chinese urbanisation experiment.
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Designing Innovative Sustainable Neighborhoods

Friedman, Avi
This book covers the key principles of residential planning and offers principles for innovative and sustainable neighbourhood design. It is useful to students and practitioners of urban design, planning, and urban systems and architecture studios focused on sustainable residential development.
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New Industrial Urbanism: Designing Places for Production

Hatuka, Tali
New Industrial Urbanism explores the evolving and future relationships between cities and places of production, focusing on the spatial implications and physical design of integrating contemporary manufacturing into the city.
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Strategic Airport Planning

Brown, Mike (Imperial College London, UK
The aim of the book is to articulate a new approach to airport planning that better captures the complexities and velocity of change in our contemporary world. As a result, it will lead to higher performing airports for users, business partners, investors and other stakeholders.
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orae: Experiences on the Border - The Guide

Aragno, Fabrice
Utopias for border regions.
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The Politics of Street Trees

Woudstra, Jan
This book focuses on the politics of street trees and the institutions, actors and processes that govern their planning, planting and maintenance, revealing a huge amount about the nature of modern life, social change and political conflict which is particularly important in the context of mounting environmental and societal challenges.
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Twin Cities across Five Continents: Interactions and Tensions on Urban Borders

Mikhailova, Ekaterina
This international collection provides a comprehensive overview of twin cities in different circumstances - from the emergent to the recently amalgamated, on 'soft' and 'hard' borders, with post-colonial heritage, in post-conflict environments and under strain.
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An Introduction to Spatial Planning in the Netherlands

Witte, Patrick
This book provides an introduction to spatial planning in the Netherlands. It explores the academic underpinnings of the discipline and its practical implications, making use of insights on planning practices from the Netherlands.
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Building Colonial Hong Kong: Speculative Development and Segregation in the City

Chu, Cecilia L. (University of Hong Kong
In this engaging and extensively illustrated book, Cecilia L. Chu retells the 'Hong Kong story' by tracing the emergence of its 'speculative landscape' from the late nineteenth to the early decades of the twentieth century.
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