STADT BAUEN 6
The latest volume in the STADT BAUEN series of the German Academy of Urban and Regional Planning documents the German Urban Design Award 2016 and once again presents a record of achievement in urban planning in Germany in response to current problems of social change.
- Editor: Werner Durth on behalf of the 'Deutschen Akademie für Städtebau und Landesplanung'
- ISBN: 978 3 8030 0824 4
- Size: 21 x 24 cm. Paperback
- Edition: 1st edition, original edition
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For 35 years now, the German Urban Development Award has served to promote forward-looking planning and urban development culture. It is awarded by the German Academy for Urban and Regional Planning (DASL) and sponsored by the Wüstenrot Foundation. The German Urban Development Prize is awarded to urban development projects that stand out for their sustainable and innovative contributions to urban development culture. The projects should take into account the current demands on contemporary lifestyles as well as the challenges to the design of public space, the economical use of resources and the obligations to the preservation of the local and urban landscape. The special prize, which is awarded in parallel with the urban development prize, serves to highlight particularly urgent fields of action in urban development and urban planning. The theme of the special award 2016 is “Social impulses through urban development – urban cooperation and new neighborhoods”.
Weight 0.492 kg Editor Werner Durth on behalf of the ‘Deutschen Akademie für Städtebau und Landesplanung’ ISBN 978 3 8030 0824 4 Size 21 x 24 cm. Paperback Number of pages 120 pages Illustrations numerous mostly colored illustrations Languages German Edition 1st edition, original edition Release September 2017