Theorie des Städtebaus

Zur baulich-räumlichen Organisation von Stadt

The structural-spatial dimension of urban and regional planning, urban design, dominates in practice but is undervalued in theory. To make this clear and to describe a way to remedy the situation is the first concern of this book. In addition, it would like to contribute to limiting the widespread linguistic uncertainty in the field of urban planning by defining terms as clearly as possible and placing them in a system of explanatory and normative theory.

  • Author: Dieter Frick
  • ISBN: 978 3 8030 0737 7
  • Size: 16,5 x 22 cm. Paperback
  • Edition: 3rd revised edition


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  • The book focuses on the “structural-spatial organization” of the city. The term is understood analytically as well as normatively: how it should be organized. The objectives are systematically presented (urban expansion, renewal, reconstruction). This leads to a presentation of the conceptions for a future urban form that appear to be suitable. Finally, the current procedures and instruments of urban planning are examined for their compatibility with the previously developed concepts and their contents, thus at the same time relating theory to practice.

  • Author Dieter Frick
    ISBN 978 3 8030 0737 7
    Size 16,5 x 22 cm. Paperback
    Number of pages 222 pages
    Illustrations 8 (colored) illustrations
    Languages German
    Edition 3rd revised edition
    Release July 2011


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