City At Eye Level In The Netherlands
|Jeroen Laven E.a.
‘The City at Eye Level’ is an open source learning network and a programme for improving cities, streets, and places worldwide that aims to create human-scale interaction between buildings and streets, good placemaking, and a people-centric approach based on user experience. The latest instalment of its book series focuses on recent examples in the Netherlands. Through roughly 40 narratives, written in cooperation with cities, developers, and various practitioners, the book gathers examples from medium-sized and large cities to examine how challenges and strategies are changing, as well as how many new, small-scale initiatives have emerged in recent years.
|256 p, ills colour & bw, 17 x 24 cm, pb, English