Urban Space and Structures by Lionel MarchUrban Space and Structures by Lionel March

Urban Space and Structures

byLionel MarchEditorLeslie Martin

Paperback | May 29, 1975

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This is a digitally reprinted edition of Urban Space and Structures, first published in 1972. This first volume in the Cambridge Urban and Architectural Studies series is a compilation outlining the growth of a particular line of research work which was taking place at the Centre for Land Use and Built Form Studies in Cambridge at the time. It attempted to understand some of the factors which, at a theoretical level, condition the range of choices that are available, whether in a building, the nodal point in a city or the complete urban system.
Title:Urban Space and StructuresFormat:PaperbackDimensions:282 pages, 9.02 × 5.98 × 0.63 inPublished:May 29, 1975Publisher:Cambridge University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:052109934X

ISBN - 13:9780521099349

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Table of Contents

Part I. Explorations: Introduction; 1. The grid as generator Leslie Martin; 2. Speculations Leslie Martin, Lionel March and others; 3. Elementary models of built forms Lionel March; 4. The use of models in planning and the architectural design process Nicholas Bullock, Peter Dickens and Philip Steadman; Part II. Activities, Space and Location: Introduction; 5. A theoretical model for university planning Nicholas Bullock, Peter Dickens and Philip Steadman; 6. The modelling of day to day activities Nicholas Bullock, Peter Dickens and Philip Steadman; Part III. Urban Systems; Introduction; 7. Models: a discussion Marcial Echenique; 8. Development of a model or urban spatial structure David Crowther and Marcial Echenique; 9. A structural comparison of three generations of New Towns Marcial Echenique, David Crowther and Walton Lindsay; Afterword; Bibliography.