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City Ecologies By Blake Belanger et al.
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Great cities tend to have great civic spaces. Such civic spaces imbue their surroundings with promise. The critical relationship between civic space and urban context is the foundational issue of the... More > City Ecologies studio. This document presents the work of the City Ecologies studio, the first phase of a yearlong research and design study investigating a comprehensive vision for green space in downtown Kansas City. The study was initiated by the Downtown Council of Kansas City (DTC) and coordinated by the Kansas City Design Center. City Ecologies studio was an eight-week summer course taught by Assistant Professors Blake Belanger, Dr. Jason Brody, and Howard Hahn at Kansas State University. The thirty landscape architecture students participating in the studio were comprised of non-baccalaureate master’s degree students entering their fourth year and post-baccalaureate master’s degree students entering their second year of study.< Less
City Ecologies By Blake Belanger et al.
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Great cities tend to have great civic spaces. Such civic spaces imbue their surroundings with promise. The critical relationship between civic space and urban context is the foundational issue of the... More > City Ecologies studio. This document presents the work of the City Ecologies studio, the first phase of a yearlong research and design study investigating a comprehensive vision for green space in downtown Kansas City. The study was initiated by the Downtown Council of Kansas City (DTC) and coordinated by the Kansas City Design Center. City Ecologies studio was an eight-week summer course taught by Assistant Professors Blake Belanger, Dr. Jason Brody, and Howard Hahn at Kansas State University. The thirty landscape architecture students participating in the studio were comprised of non-baccalaureate master’s degree students entering their fourth year and post-baccalaureate master’s degree students entering their second year of study.< Less
Ecology of Center City, Philadelphia By Kenneth D. Frank
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Two centuries ago Philadelphia was the center for the study of natural history in the United States. Drawing on this legacy, this book explores the ecology of the city's downtown, a district called... More > Center City. Despite high density development, the ecology of Center City turns out to be resilient and dynamic.< Less
Urban Aeries By Edward Dodington & Melissa McDonnell
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The work included here is an exercise in engaging alter-architects in the production of cospecies habitations. The work reflected in the following pages begins to define a new type of cross-species... More > architectural collaboration where human and nonhuman architects can create in tandem an alternate method of living in this modern world.< Less
Muddy Urbanism By Kathy Waghorn & Andrew Barrie
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Muddy Urbanism is a special urban-research studio at The School of Architecture and Planning, The University of Auckland. This research proposes new interfaces between urban policy, ecological... More > systems and community participation for the regeneration of an urban river catchment in the city’s inner west. Muddy Urbanism was part of the 5th Auckland Triennial, curated by Hou Hanru. It was first presented at the Auckland Art Gallery in May, 2013. Muddy Urbanism was led by Kathy Waghorn from The University of Auckland in collaboration with Teddy Cruz, Professor of Public Culture at the University of California, San Diego and co-founder of the Center for Urban Ecologies.The book contains documentation of all projects and an interview with Teddy Cruz.< Less
Fields Point: An Ecology of Mixed Values By Maia Small and Enrique Martinez
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This publication details the work and study completed by Rhode Island School of Design students during the Fields Point Master Plan studio in the Spring of 2006 taught and directed by Enrique... More > Martinez and Maia Thurlow Small.< Less
Fields Point: An Ecology of Mixed Values By Maia Small and Enrique Martinez
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This publication details the work and study completed by Rhode Island School of Design students during the Fields Point Master Plan studio in the Spring of 2006 taught and directed by Enrique... More > Martinez and Maia Thurlow Small.< Less
Unspoken Borders 2009: Ecologies Of Inequality By UB 2009
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This full-color publication is a compilation of articles from the 2009 Unspoken Borders Call for Papers, under the theme "Ecologies of Inequality". This theme is an investigation of the... More > systems, infrastructure, and design processes that create or perpetuate socio-economic and environmental stratification of our communities. This theme asserts that social inequities are unsustainable, not only in terms of socio-economic injustices, but also in regards to the amount of resources invested in maintaining or creating these inequalities. The "Call for Papers" sought proposals that dealt with issues of the environment (constructed, cultivated or untended), public health, mobility and access, communication, and race, class and culture. Featured articles come from design fields of architecture, landscape architecture, city planning, historic preservation, and urban design. This publication is associated with PennDesign Black Student Association's annual Unspoken Borders Conferences.< Less
Unspoken Borders 2009: Ecologies of Inequality By UB 2009
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This full-color publication is a compilation of articles from the 2009 Unspoken Borders Call for Papers, under the theme "Ecologies of Inequality". This theme is an investigation of the... More > systems, infrastructure, and design processes that create or perpetuate socio-economic and environmental stratification of our communities. This theme asserts that social inequities are unsustainable, not only in terms of socio-economic injustices, but also in regards to the amount of resources invested in maintaining or creating these inequalities. The "Call for Papers" sought proposals that dealt with issues of the environment (constructed, cultivated or untended), public health, mobility and access, communication, and race, class and culture. Featured articles come from design fields of architecture, landscape architecture, city planning, historic preservation, and urban design. This publication is associated with PennDesign Black Student Association's annual Unspoken Borders Conferences.< Less
Unspoken Borders 2009: Ecologies of Inequality By UB 2009
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This full-color publication is a compilation of articles from the 2009 Unspoken Borders Call for Papers, under the theme "Ecologies of Inequality". This theme is an investigation of the... More > systems, infrastructure, and design processes that create or perpetuate socio-economic and environmental stratification of our communities. This theme asserts that social inequities are unsustainable, not only in terms of socio-economic injustices, but also in regards to the amount of resources invested in maintaining or creating these inequalities. The "Call for Papers" sought proposals that dealt with issues of the environment (constructed, cultivated or untended), public health, mobility and access, communication, and race, class and culture. Featured articles come from design fields of architecture, landscape architecture, city planning, historic preservation, and urban design. This publication is associated with PennDesign Black Student Association's annual Unspoken Borders Conferences.< Less

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