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Underground spaces unveiled : planning and creating the cities of the future

Author: Han Admiraal; Antonia Cornaro
Publisher: London : ICE Publishing, [2018] ©2018
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Underground Spaces Unveiled is a broad overview of the concept of underground space development investigating the issues that are associated with the sustainable development of urban underground space. This book shows the benefits, the possibilities and world-class examples of underground space development and how that translates into sustainable urbanisation ... Written by an engineer and an urban planner ensuring  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Han Admiraal; Antonia Cornaro
ISBN: 9780727761453 0727761455
OCLC Number: 1031904133
Awards: Winner of ISOCARP Gerd Albers Award for Best Publication 2018
Description: xv, 210 pages, 16 pages of plates : illustrations (some color), plans ; 22 x 22 cm
Contents: Ch. 1 The subsurface as the final urban frontier --
1.1. Introduction --
1.2. The city we need --
1.3.A modern-day struggle --
1.4.A new approach --
spatial dialogue and beyond --
1.5. This chapter's core ideas --
References --
ch. 2 Achieving harmony between humanity and nature --
urban underground sustainability --
2.1. Harmony between humanity and nature --
2.2. Human interventions below the surface --
2.3. Subsurface ecosystem services --
2.4. An ecological approach --
2.5. Towards a model for determining sustainable underground development --
2.6. This chapter's core ideas --
References --
ch. 3 From yaodong to the third dimension --
historical approaches to underground urbanism --
3.1. The yaodong --
natural subsurface habitats --
3.2. The 19th century --
revolutionary engineering and unrivalled optimism --
3.3. The 20th century --
underground urbanism --
3.4. This chapter's core ideas --
References Note continued: ch. 4 Spatial design --
creating a new urban tissue --
4.1. Beyond the urban service layer --
4.2. From the yaodong via contemporary to future designs --
4.3. Privately owned public open underground spaces --
4.4. Urban underground corridors --
4.5. This chapter's core ideas --
References --
ch. 5 Policy building and urban planning --
5.1. Policy building --
5.2. Planning methodology for the underground --
5.3. Underground urban planning cases --
5.4. The need for data --
5.5. Urban systems integration --
5.6. This chapter's core ideas --
References --
ch. 6 Future cities --
resilient cities --
6.1. Resilience as a concept --
6.2. The threatening subsurface --
6.3. Challenges for urban areas --
6.4. Meeting the challenges using underground space --
6.5. This chapter's core ideas --
References --
ch. 7 Building for people --
valued underground spaces --
7.1. Loveable spaces --
7.2.Comfortable spaces --
7.3. Safe and secure spaces --
7.4. This chapter's core ideas Note continued: References --
ch. 8 Governance and legal challenges of underground space use --
8.1. Oversight and insight --
8.2. Land ownership --
8.3. Easement and right-of-way compensation --
8.4. The principle of tort --
8.5. Building codes --
8.6. Environmental control --
8.7. Managing the subsurface --
8.8. This chapter's core ideas --
References --
ch. 9 Investing in underground space is all about value capture --
9.1. The cost conundrum --
9.2. Creating societal value --
9.3. Capturing created value --
9.4. Investing in underground space --
9.5. Political will empowers --
9.6. This chapter's core ideas --
References --
ch. 10 How disruption is creating new paradigms for an urban underground future --
References.
Responsibility: Han Admiraal, Antonia Cornaro.

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