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The sensing of the city - remotely and up close - addresses an immense variety of issues, relating to the .

The sensing of the city - remotely and up close - addresses an immense variety of issues, relating to the problems and complexities of contemporary and future urban design. Pulls together work by architects and urban designers at the forefront in their utilisation of remote sensing and telecommunications tools.

Panelists Grahame Shane, Carola Hein, Brian McGrath, Georgeen Theodore, & Anthony Vidler, will discuss the .

Panelists Grahame Shane, Carola Hein, Brian McGrath, Georgeen Theodore, & Anthony Vidler, will discuss the emergence of postwar urban design as a global. His book Recombinant Urbanism: Conceptual Modeling in Architecture, Urban Design and City Theory was published by John Wiley & Sons in June 2005. Carola Hein is a professor at Bryn Mawr College where she teaches in the Program in Growth and Structure of Cities.

His book Recombinant Urbanism: Conceptual Modeling in Architecture, Urban Design and City Theory was published by Wiley in June 2005. Fortunately, Shane's contribution to understanding complex social processes integral to urban design comes at just the right time, judging by some 1,200 titles published on related issues in 2010. This exquistely produced volume is also a bargain. The extraordinary number and quality of illustrations makes it a delight to handle and look at.

David Grahame Shane teaches Graduate Urban Design at Columbia University and undergraduate students .

David Grahame Shane teaches Graduate Urban Design at Columbia University and undergraduate students at Cooper Union in New York. He also lectures for the Bartlett School of Architecture Graduate Urban Design Programme, University of London and at the Polytechnic in Milan, as well as participating in masterclasses at the University of Venice. His book Recombinant Urbanism: Conceptual Modeling in Architecture, Urban Design and City Theory was published by Wiley in June 2005.

Will cities exist in the next century? Or will everywhere be urban?Contemporary communication and transportation networks allow forgreater urban dispersal, yet cities continue to centralise greatdensities of activities and innovations. What form will the 21stcentury city take? And what role will architects and urbandesigners take in shaping the future form of the city? The sensingof the city -- remotely and up close -- addresses an immensevariety of issues, relating to the problems and complexities ofcontemporary and future urban design. Pulls together work by architects and urban designers at theforefront in their utilisation of remote sensing andtelecommunications tools.Provides concise and accessible information on new scientifictheories and technologies for a general architecture and urbandesign professional and student readershipFeatures spectacular satellite and night-time lightimageryIncludes critical discussion on the politics of mass media andurban morphogenesis -- who will be the actors in shaping anddesigning the future of cities?It will have an interdisciplinary appeal - of interest to awider audience of urban studies and future studies in general.

Sensing the 21st Century City: The Net City Close-up and Remote (Architectural Design) epub download

ISBN13: 978-0470024188

ISBN: 0470024186

Author: David Grahame Shane,Brian McGrath

Category: Transportation

Subcategory: Engineering

Language: English

Publisher: Academy Press; 1 edition (December 9, 2005)

Pages: 128 pages

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