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|Description:||284 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction, Part I: The Evolution of Suburbanism and New Suburbanism, 1. The Evolution of the American Suburbs, 2. Unsustainable Suburbs and the Rise of New Suburbanism, 3. New Suburbanism and Tall Buildings, Part II: Case Studies, 4. Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area, 5. Miami Metropolitan Area, 6. Chicago Metropolitan Area, Part III: Sustainable Tall Building Development, 7. A Sustainable Approach for Tall Building Development, 8. Sustainable Architectural Design and Site Planning: Principles and Features, 9. Sustainable Tall Buildings: Case Studies, 10. Conclusions|
|Series Title:||Design and the built environment series.|
'Kheir Al-Khodmany, the skyscraper savant, opens our eyes to the advent of "new suburbanism" in the form of tall buildings in inner suburbs. With penetrating analyses of high-rise structures in