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Common Place: Neighborhood and Regional Design in Seattle

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Common Place is about how we can develop community and create convivial and sustainable places in the face of disjointed and fast-placed growth. It offers strategies for reclaiming and improving our neighborhoods and cities, which today are increasingly dominated by fear and disintegration and the automobile. Douglas Kelbaugh offers here a personal, passionate statement of how architecture and urban design can enrich our lives. At the heart of the book are summaries of eight design workshops, or charrettes, each consisting ...

Common Place: Neighborhood and Regional Design in Seattle 1997, University of Washington Press, Seattle

ISBN-13: 9780295975900

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