Design Governance

Design Governance : The Cabe Experiment

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Design Governance focuses on how we design the built environment where most of us live, work, and play and the role of government in that process. To do so, it draws on the experience of the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE), a decade-long, globally unique experiment in the governance of design. This book theorises design governance as an arm and aspiration of the state; tells the story of CABE, warts and all, and what came before and after; unpacks CABE's 'informal' toolbox: its methods and processes of design governance; and reflects on the effectiveness and legitimacy of design as a tool of modern-day government. The result is a new set of concepts through which to understand the governance of design as a distinct and important sub-field of urban design.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 280 pages
  • 219 x 276 x 19.05mm | 1,247g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 17 colour tables, 98 colour illustrations, 57 colour line drawings
  • 1138812145
  • 9781138812147

About Professor Matthew Carmona

Matthew Carmona is a Professor of Planning and Urban Design at University College London's (UCL) Bartlett School of Planning, UK. His research has concentrated on urban design, processes of design governance, and the design and management of public space. He is an architect, planner and chair of the Place Alliance. Claudio de Magalhaes is a Reader of Urban Regeneration and Management at UCL's Bartlett School of Planning, UK. His interests have been in planning and the governance of the built environment, the provision and governance of public space, property development processes, and urban regeneration policy. Lucy Natarajan is an experienced researcher at UCL's Bartlett School of Planning, UK, where she did her PhD. Her core areas of concern are urban policy, knowledge in decision-making, public participation, spatial strategy, and new technologies of governing. She is an experienced facilitator with a track record of managing collaborative work.show more

Table of contents

A personal acknowledgement FOREWORD: Exploring design governance PART ONE: THE GOVERNANCE OF DESIGN Chapter 1. Design governance (why, what and how - in theory) Chapter 2. The tools of design governance (formal and informal) PART TWO: NATIONAL DESIGN GOVERANCE IN ENGLAND Chapter 3. The RFAC and 75 years of English design review, 1924-1999 Chapter 4. CABE, a story of innovation in the governance of design, 1999 to 2011 Chapter 5. Design governance in an age of austerity, 2011-2016 PART THREE: THE CABE TOOLBOX Chapter 6. The evidence tools Chapter 7. The knowledge tools Chapter 8. The promotion tools Chapter 9. The evaluation tools Chapter 10. The assistance tools AFTERWORD: The impact and legitimacy of design governance Appendix. Research methodsshow more