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The city at eye level in the Netherlands
The city at eye level in the Netherlands

The city at eye level in the Netherlands

Jeroen Laven, Sander van der Ham, Sienna Veelders & Hans Karssenberg

Hardback / bound | Engels
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The City at Eye Level in the Netherlands The quality of public space is the backbone of a sustainable city. Great streets, places where you intuitively want to stay longer, interaction between buildings and streets on a human scale, ownership by users, placemaking and good plinths (active ground floors) and a people-centred approach based on the user's experience - that's what The City at Eye Level is all about It's a book, an open-source learning network and a programme for improving cities, streets and places all over the world. This edition focuses on recent examples in the Netherlands. This book consists of close to 40 stories. It was written in cooperation with cities, developers and other practitioners. Stipo uses the knowledge gathered for this book and in via other projects, to help cities and their partners to develop strategies to create or improve their own great city at eye level. English edition City at Eye Level Curated by Jeroen Laven, Sander van der Ham, Sienna Veelders, Hans Karssenberg 256 pg's, 17 x 24 cm, paperback price € 29,50 ISBN 9789492 474124 Blauwdruk publishers / uitgeverij Blauwdruk

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  • Pub date
    Nov 2017
  • Pages
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  • Dimensions
    233 x 163 x 28 mm
  • Weight
    580 gram
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  • Product form
    Hardback / bound
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