Ibid./ In The Same Place

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Ibid. (Ibidem), the latin acceptation for ‘In the same place’, is the metephor that the book uses to explain the paradigm shift from the eviction and relocation approach towards ‘on-site’ or ‘in-the-same-place’ urban renewal and regeneration processes applied to the informal and low-income settlements…

 

SKU: 90614
Size: 6,5″ x 9,25″, portrait
Pages: 160
Binding: softbound
Publication Date: Fall 2016
ISBN: 978-981-09-9316-0
World Rights: Available

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“This book addresses the systemic approach to 'on-site' strategies as one of the essential changes in the urban renewal policies towards more resilient, sustainable, and integrated neighborhoods.”

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Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 10 × 2 in
Size

6,5" x 9,25", portrait

Pages

160

Binding

softbound

Publication date

Fall 2016

ISBN

978-981-09-9316-0

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Ibid. (Ibidem), the latin acceptation for ‘In the same place’, is the metephor that the book uses to explain the paradigm shift from the eviction and relocation approach towards ‘on-site’ or ‘in-the-same-place’ urban renewal and regeneration processes applied to the informal and low-income settlements.
In the current scenario of economic and housing production crisis, greater social involvement, and where it is anticipated that urban development will mainly happen in cities, we confront a number of challenges concerning human settlements and their planning.
Based on these arguments, the sole provision of housing by urban programs becomes inappropriate and insufficient. This book addresses the systemic approach to ‘on-site’ strategies as one of the essential changes in the urban renewal policies towards more resilient, sustainable, and integrated neighborhoods.

Authors

Oscar Carracedo is an Architect, Urbanist and Assistant Professor of the Department of Architecture at the National University of Singapore. He is the chair of the DRIA-Designing Resilience in Asia International Symposium and Design Competition, co-chair of the Asian Streets Symposium, and principal investigator of the InnerHoods Lab, where he develops his research on informal urbanism, integrated planning, and liveability. His expertise includes urban regeneration and development, and urban resilience and sustainability.

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SKU: 90614
Size: 6,5″ x 9,25″, portrait
Pages: 160
Binding: softbound
Publication Date: Fall 2016
ISBN: 978-981-09-9316-0
World Rights: Available

Ibid./ In The Same Place

“This book addresses the systemic approach to 'on-site' strategies as one of the essential changes in the urban renewal policies towards more resilient, sustainable, and integrated neighborhoods.”

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