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|Additional Physical Format:||Ebook version|
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|Description:||xiv, 275 pages ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Introduction --
Part I. Conceptualising publicness : 2. The publicness of public space as a cultural reality : defining a standard for public space --
3. The publicness of public space as a historical reality : understanding the real estate development process --
Part II. Modelling publicness : 4. The star model of public space : from theoretical construct to methodological tool --
Part III. 5. Glasgow's experience of waterfront regeneration and the creation of new public space --
6. How public are Glasgow's public places? A case study of three waterfront sites : Pacific Quay, Glasgow Harbour and Broomielaw --
7. A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step.
|Series Title:||Design and the built environment series.|
|Responsibility:||Georgiana Varna, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom.|
'Public space is an integral ingredient of urban life, with a degree of complexity that requires multi-dimensional sensibility in theory and practice. Georgiana Varna insightfully approaches the