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Environmental design

Author: Richard P Dober
Publisher: New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold [1969]
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Dober, Richard P.
Environmental design.
New York, Van Nostrand Reinhold [1969]
(OCoLC)904189699
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard P Dober
OCLC Number: 117867
Description: 278 pages illustrations, maps, plans 23 x 29 cm
Contents: [I.] Human habitation : The prospect for human habitation --
Large schools/small sites --
Landscape and open space --
Greenbelts --
The American experience --
Cookie-cutter landscape --
Outdoor recreation #1 --
Century of crises: decade of concern --
Clustering for open space --
The row house and community design --
Renewal, restoration, reclamation --
Landscaping, shaping and sculpting --
An overview of open space --
[II.] Design structure : Design structure --
The organic analogy --
Natural and cultural influences --
Site and situation --
Centers --
The agora as an archetype --
Civitas --
Attempts at a strong order --
Baroque attitudes --
Circulation --
By rail possessed --
Technologies of centralization and design effect --
The new force --
Accommodating the motor vehicle --
Technical requirements --
Patterns and networks --
Design for motion --
The line and cell in community design --
Influences of modern transport technology on design --
Transport planning: a fourth revolution? --
The design structure of a state: New York --
The urban state: Connecticut --
Finger and hand and diagrams: Copenhagen --
Metrodesigns for the nation's capital: Washington, D.C. --
[III.] A sense of place : A sense of place : The state of the art --
Beyond architecture --
Strategic design network --
Capital design/capital web --
Putting it together --
Climate and regional design --
Community function as a design influence --
Historic preservation --
The search for values in a printout of facts --
Cope, cope, or opt --
Quality engendered --
Freeways and expressways --
Traffic segregation --
Parking --
Micro-movement systems --
The pedestrian precinct --
Postscript.
Responsibility: [by] Richard P. Dober.

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