Skinny streets & green neighborhoods: Design for environment and commmunityMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Publication details: 2005 Island Press Washington, DCDescription: (xvi, 175 p.) : illustrations (some color), maps (some color), plans (some color)ISBN:
- 307.12160973 GIR
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|307.1216095456 UTT Delhi : An emerging megacity region||307.12160973 CAL Regional city: Planning for the end of sprawl||307.12160973 CRA Creating vibrant public spaces : Streetscape design in commercial and historic districts||307.12160973 GIR Skinny streets & green neighborhoods: Design for environment and commmunity||307.12160973 STO Story and sustainability : planning, practice, and possibility for American cities||307.12160973 TAL City rules : How regulations affect urban form||307.12160979173 GAM The future of the suburban city : lessons from sustaining Phoenix|
Illustrates how to weave together contemporary thinking in urban planning with open space planning and urban ecology. Drawing from eighteen case studies, these green neighbourhoods are the best examples of how the natural environment can play integral roles in neighborhoods.