Man-Made Future

Man-Made Future

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This anthology of essays by a group of distinguished scholars investigates post-1945 city planning in Britain; not from a technical viewpoint, but as a polemical, visual and educational phenomenon, shifting the focus of scholarly interest towards the often-neglected emotional and aesthetic aspects of post-war planning. Each essay is grounded in original archival research and sheds new light on this critical era in the development of modern town planning. This collection is a valuable resource for architectural, social and urban historians, as well as students and researchers offering new insights into the development of the mid-twentieth century city.... and broken apart and void and nothing as the architecture.37 In his book Suburban Century (2003), Mark Clapson argued that ... Initially, this included widespread mixing across racial, age, gender and class divisions in order to lobby for better amenities such as schools, clinics and shops. ... Also, the professional classes often used groups as a means of status advancement, which meant that manualanbsp;...

Title:Man-Made Future
Author: Iain Boyd Whyte
Publisher:Routledge - 2006-12-19

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