Streets Reconsidered
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Streets Reconsidered : Inclusive Design for the Public Realm

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re:Streets is a fundamental rethinking of America's streets. It explores the future of streets and what America's roadways could be if they were designed for living, instead of just driving. The book includes: * detailed design guidelines, * fully illustrated, four color case studies of successful streets from around the world, * a new paradigm of streets designed to promote human functions, turning new design ideas into a series of best practices that can be applied to any community. What would streets look like if they accommodated people of all ages and abilities, promoted healthy urban living, social interaction and business, the movement of people and goods and regeneration of the environment? re:Streets pushes beyond the current standards, focusing on the planning, design and construction of streets as a method for improving our built environment for everyone. The book is organized by the functions of a street: mobility, way finding, commerce, social gathering, events and programming, play and recreation, urban agriculture, green infrastructure and image and identity. re:Streets is the essential resource for city planners, urban designers, developers, architects, landscape architects, policymakers and community members who share a passion for great urban, human spaces.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 336 pages
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138900427
  • 9781138900424

Table of contents

Chapter 1 Introduction Chapter 2 Street Design Criteria Chapter 3 Mobility Chapter 4 Wayfinding Chapter 5 Commerce Chapter 6 Social Gathering Chapter 7 Events and Programs Chapter 8 Play and Recreation Chapter 9 Urban Farming Chapter 10 Green Infrastructure Chapter 11 Image and Identity Chapter 12 The New Street Paradigm Chapter 13 Implementationshow more