Designing community [electronic resource]: charrettes, master plans and form-based codes David WaltersMaterial type: TextPublication details: Amsterdam ; London : Elsevier/Architectural Press 2007Description: 1 digital resource (ix, 266 pages) illusISBN:
- 307.12 WAL
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"Urban development sites can become battlegrounds as a result of the conflicting interests of developers and communities. In the USA, design charrettes are often used as a means of bringing people together, using detailed design exercises to establish agreement around a development masterplan. However, despite the increasing frequency of their use, charrettes are widely misunderstood and can be misapplied. This book provides detailed guidance on the proper and most effective ways to use this helpful tool."-
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