Innovating Strategies and Solutions for Urban Performance and Regeneration by Cristina Piselli English | EPUB | 2022 | 352 Pages | ISBN : 303098186X | 302 MB
This book focuses on enhancing urban regeneration performance and strategies that pave the way toward sustainable urban development models and solutions. The book at hand thoroughly examines the latest studies on the regeneration of urban areas and attempts at alleviating the negative impacts associated with high population density and urban heat effects. It gathers contributions that combine theoretical reflections and international case studies on urban regeneration and transformation with the single goal of tackling existing social and economic imbalances and developing new solutions. The primary audience of this book will be from the field of architecture and urban planning, offering new insights on how to address the myriad of problems that our cities are facing.
No Little Plans: How Government Built America’s Wealth and Infrastructure (Planning, History and Environment Series) by Ian Wray 2019 | ISBN: 1138594091, 1138594105 | English | 226 pages | EPUB | 28 MB
Therapeutic Landscapes: An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Landscape and Health by Joachim Rathmann English | PDF,EPUB | 2021 | 49 Pages | ISBN : N/A | 3.9 MB
Joachim Rathmann presents the interdisciplinary relationships between landscapes and health. Nature is to be regarded as an elementary health resource, because movement in near-natural surroundings has demonstrably positive influences on human health and is summarized in many ways in the concept of "therapeutic landscapes".