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Vancouverism av Larry Beasley
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Vancouverism (utgåvan 2020)

av Larry Beasley (Författare)

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"Until the 1980s, Vancouver was a typical mid-sized North American city. But between Expo 86 and the Olympic Games in 2010, something extraordinary happened. This otherwise unremarkable city underwent a radical transformation that saw it emerge as an inspiring world-class metropolis celebrated for its liveability, sustainability, and competitiveness. City-watchers everywhere took notice and wanted to learn more about this new model of urban growth, and the term "Vancouverism" was born. This book tells the story of "Vancouverism" and the urban planning philosophy and practice behind it. The author is a former chief planner of the City of Vancouver and a key player at the heart of the action. Writing from an insider's perspective, Larry Beasley traces the principles that inspired Vancouverism and the policy framework developed to implement it. The prologue, written by prominent Vancouver journalist Frances Bula, outlines the political and urban history of Vancouver up until the 1980s. The text is also beautifully illustrated by the author with more than 200 colour photographs. Cities everywhere are asking the same question. Shall we shape change or will change shape us? This book shows how one city discovered positive answers, and it offers the principles, tools, and inspiration for others to follow."--… (mer)
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Titel:Vancouverism
Författare:Larry Beasley (Författare)
Info:UBC Press (2019), Edition: Illustrated, 424 pages
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"Until the 1980s, Vancouver was a typical mid-sized North American city. But between Expo 86 and the Olympic Games in 2010, something extraordinary happened. This otherwise unremarkable city underwent a radical transformation that saw it emerge as an inspiring world-class metropolis celebrated for its liveability, sustainability, and competitiveness. City-watchers everywhere took notice and wanted to learn more about this new model of urban growth, and the term "Vancouverism" was born. This book tells the story of "Vancouverism" and the urban planning philosophy and practice behind it. The author is a former chief planner of the City of Vancouver and a key player at the heart of the action. Writing from an insider's perspective, Larry Beasley traces the principles that inspired Vancouverism and the policy framework developed to implement it. The prologue, written by prominent Vancouver journalist Frances Bula, outlines the political and urban history of Vancouver up until the 1980s. The text is also beautifully illustrated by the author with more than 200 colour photographs. Cities everywhere are asking the same question. Shall we shape change or will change shape us? This book shows how one city discovered positive answers, and it offers the principles, tools, and inspiration for others to follow."--

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