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    King's Cross Urban Design

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    different type of possible operation but there will be over 2,000 square foot of residential space and ‘3.4 million square foot of office space.’1 There are a number of urban design principles to be assessed when looking at this certain development. One of the main reasons that there is this sense of place around this development is purely down to the understanding of the urban design principles. One of the main principle would be that how this development should be well connected to all different types of public infrastructure such as trains and public roads. Kings…

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    definition of Madanipour, (1996), urban design can be defined as the interact between architecture, town planning, and other related professions; the three dimensional design of spaces which are serving people and their subsequent care and management. The design of the external spaces including the following elements: buildings arrangements with their different uses, the associated movement networks, and the spaces and the urban landscape of spaces between them. It is to be concluded that urban…

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    Urban designs, particularly those focused on children neighbourhoods can provide opportunities to facilitate or hinder Auckland being a child-friendlier city. These areas are crucial to the health and well-being of children (Witten, Kearns & Carroll, 2015). Negative aspects of the urban environment such as high traffic levels, spatial segregation and safety concerns as well as parental entrapment and the exclusion of children needs in urban planning decision-making represent barriers to Auckland…

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    1 Introduction . The scope of this thesis is analyzing and understanding the architectural design relationship and principles of interor design and urban square design. The scope is going to analyze the design principle relationship similaritites and differences between urban square design and interior space design. Urban squares are the examples of urban design principle in architectural area. Urban square design is result of the urban space design.The thesis is going to focus on urban square…

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    Urban walkability takes a significant part of quality of life for a neighbourhood. This essay will argues walkability in City of Whittlesea in three parts. First, the essay will argue accessibility of footpath by analysing space perception and landscape design. Second, the essay will discuss inclusion of walking environment for various groups. Lastly, the essay will suggest how planning could improve accessibility and inclusion of the site. The planning in the City of Whittlesea has neglected…

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    environmental limits and cultural diversity, towards a technological globalisation. What strategies could enable the potential for manifesting an ethical intentionality inherent in the architectural profession and how is this ethical intentionality affected in Public Architecture, where the individual client is substituted by civil society? This research paper aims to investigate a theoretical supposition in the fields of architecture and its ethical ideologies. It pursues new prospects to…

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    The organization’s new name embodies the general mission it works to accomplish. LAND is an acronym that stands for landscape, art, and neighborhood development (LAND, n.d.b). Today LAND studio is an urban development oriented nonprofit organization located in one of Cleveland’s historic neighborhoods, Ohio City. Here is where twenty talented staff members contribute daily to improving Cleveland’s public spaces in hopes of helping people connect with one another and boosting the city’s economy.…

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    RECOMMENDATION: - build and vitalize the surrounding neighborhood - reconfigure or redesign the physical organization of the playground - fulfill some of the visions the project set out to do KEY FACTS: Sherbourne Common improved the city life quality by redeveloping a brownfield site. The revitalization project consists of a stormwater treatment facility and a recreation park. Because this neighborhood is undergoing new developments, the Common is isolated and secluded, thus it felt empty and…

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    Essay On Skateboarding

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    Skateboarding born in the 50s in California on the seaside coast such as Los Angeles or Hawaii. By their long walks tarred along beaches, the cities become the cradle of skateboarding. Indeed, many phenomena such as the expansion of these towns based on an orthogonal pattern (grid, streamlined mesh of the urban fabric, large squares in front of public buildings) have greatly encouraged this urban sport. We can precise that Los Angeles, postmodern city, has not city center which would deploy a…

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    The Eames House Analysis

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    The Eames created a distinct space where nature and civilization impact and affect the presence of one another. Human relationship to the surrounding social environment is also pertinent when constructing the Eames’s narrative. Ray Eames’s sculpture fashioned from a salvaged post of the old Ocean Park Pier sits in the patio space directly outside of the living room. The sculpture was fashioned from a 5-foot burnt wooden beam with a rusted curving spike protruding from the top. Ray Eames did…

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