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    Soft city : building density for everyday life

    Sim, David, urbaniste
    Gehl, Jan
    Washington ; Covelo ; London : Island Press
    [2019]
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    Titre: Soft city : building density for everyday life / David Sim ; [foreword by Jan Gehl]
    Auteur: Sim, David, urbaniste
    Contributeur: Gehl, Jan
    Editeur: Washington ; Covelo ; London : Island Press
    Date: [2019]
    Collation: xv, 235 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cm
    Sujet RERO: Urbanisme - Densification urbaine - Utilisation urbaine du sol - Conditions rurales
    Sujet LCSH: City planning - Land use, Urban - Urban density
    Description: "Imagine waking up to the gentle noises of the city, and moving through your day with complete confidence that you will get where you need to go quickly and efficiently. Soft City is about ease and comfort, where density has a human dimension, adapting to our ever-changing needs, nurturing relationships, and accommodating the pleasures of everyday life. How do we move from the current reality in most cites—separated uses and lengthy commutes in single-occupancy vehicles that drain human, environmental, and community resources—to support a soft city approach? In Soft City David Sim, partner and creative director at Gehl, shows how this is possible, presenting ideas and graphic examples from around the globe. He draws from his vast design experience to make a case for a dense and diverse built environment at a human scale, which he presents through a series of observations of older and newer places, and a range of simple built phenomena, some traditional and some totally new inventions. Sim shows that increasing density is not enough. The soft city must consider the organization and layout of the built environment for more fluid movement and comfort, a diversity of building types, and thoughtful design to ensure a sustainable urban environment and society. Soft City begins with the big ideas of happiness and quality of life, and then shows how they are tied to the way we live. The heart of the book is highly visual and shows the building blocks for neighborhoods: building types and their organization and orientation ; how we can get along as we get around a city ; and living with the weather. As every citizen deals with the reality of a changing climate, Soft City explores how the built environment can adapt and respond. Soft City offers inspiration, ideas, and guidance for anyone interested in city building. Sim shows how to make any city more efficient, more livable, and better connected to the environment"--
    Note: Includes bibliographical references
    Classification: cdu-vsheso 711.4
    Identifiant: 1642830186 (ISBN); 9781642830187 (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008987486
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    Urbanizing the Alps : densification strategies for mountain villages

    Pià, Fiona, 1978-
    Basel : Birkhäuser
    [2019]
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    Titre: Urbanizing the Alps : densification strategies for mountain villages / Fiona Pia ; [translation from French into English: Richard Palmer]
    Auteur: Pià, Fiona, 1978-
    Editeur: Basel : Birkhäuser
    Date: [2019]
    Collation: 239 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), maps ; 29 cm + 1 folded map in pocket at end ; 29 cm
    Sujet RERO: Urbanisation - Densification urbaine - Aménagement du territoire - Verbier (Suisse, VS) - Zermatt (Suisse, VS) - Andermatt (Suisse) - Avoriaz (France) - Whistler (Canada) - Alpes (chaîne)
    Sujet LCSH: City planning -- Switzerland - Urban density -- Switzerland - Villages -- Switzerland -- Planning
    Description: For plenty years, many popular mountain resorts have seen largely uncontrolled development consisting of the multiplication of archetypal chalet-style houses. This is usually accompanied by roadbuilding for private cars. In order to protect these tourist destinations and their natural environs from further uncontrolled development, the author investigates different settlement structures such as Andermatt, Avoriaz, Verbier, Zermatt, and Whistler-Blackcomb. On the basis of detailed graphical analyses, she develops groundbreaking strategies for urban densification and suitable mobility management, which can also be transferred to other tourist areas
    Note: Based on the thesis prepared by Fiona Pià at the Ecole Polytechnique of Lausanne - Includes bibliographical references
    Classification: iukb UER - Tourisme
    cdu-vsiukb 711(234.3)
    vs-bvs-sys 01.04.01
    cdu-vsheso 711
    Identifiant: 3035617198 (hardcover) (ISBN); 9783035617191 (hardcover) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008909273
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