About this book series

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This series investigates contemporary insights in urban design theory and practice. Urbanism has considerably changed and developed over the years and undergoes a transformation moving into an era of uncertainty, regeneration, and resilience. In the recent past urban planning and design has focused on growth and was economically driven. This is no longer feasible in the context of rapid change, environmental and social transformation, and climate impacts. Therefore, new ideas for creating innovative approaches and implementation in urbanism are urgently required.

This series publishes titles dealing with novel methods of urbanism such as nature-driven urbanism, social-driven urban planning, and landscape-based urban design. 

The series includes books and contributions by established researchers and leaders in the fields of urban design, city development and landscape urbanism. The books contain the most recent insights into urbanism and provides actual and timely publications that fill the gap in current literature.

The series is of special interest to urbanists, landscape architects, architects, policy makers, city/urban planners, urban designers/researchers, and to all of those interested in a wide-ranging overview of contemporary urban design innovations in the field.  

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  • Rob Roggema

Book titles in this series

  1. Trends in Urban Design

    Insights for the Future Urban Professional

    • Rob Roggema
    • Copyright: 2023

    Available Renditions

    • Hard cover
    • Soft cover
    • eBook

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