Making People-friendly Towns: Improving the Public Environment in Towns and Cities
Considers the design, maintenance and management of towns and cities, particularly the central areas, with a view to establishing what makes a successful and enjoyable public environment. The author blends practical guidelines with text and original drawings.
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