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e-Book Regulating Place: Standards and the Shaping of Urban America download

e-Book Regulating Place: Standards and the Shaping of Urban America download

by Eran Ben-Joseph,Terry S. Szold

ISBN: 0415948754
ISBN13: 978-0415948753
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 8, 2004)
Pages: 400
Category: Earth Sciences
Subategory: Math Science

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Eran Ben-Joseph holds the Career Development Chair in MIT's Department of Urban Studies and Planning.

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Tracing how codes arose when they did, and how they were adapted over time, the authors examine the increasing influence of regulatory codes over urban design. First Published 2005. eBook Published 8 July 2005. Pub. location New York.

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By Eran Ben-Joseph, Terry S. Szold. Through the years, the design and layout of urban developments have become increasingly regulated. Professional and governmental bodies have developed standards for the built environment that dictate all aspects of the form and shape of urban American communities. With the crafting of exact rules and standards, regulatory bodies can more predictably shape development, even though the actual results may be less desirable than a more variable approach. Standards not only shape and affect physical space, but are also an important aspect of planning practice.

Terry Szold, MRP, is Adjunct Professor of Land Use Planning and principal of Community Planning Solutions. She has close to 30 years of experience in land use, strategic, and comprehensive planning. Her article, Mansionization and Its Discontents: Planners and the Challenge of Regulating Monster Homes, was published in the Journal of the American Planning Association, in spring, 2005. No topic in urban design could be more controversial than standards for places. Regulating Place explores the relationship of public and private in the context of new approaches to guidelines, laws, and mechanisms of enforcement

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Tracing how codes arose when they did, and how they were adapted over time, the authors examine the increasing influence of regulatory codes over urban design and planning in the past century.
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