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(ŭr'băn),
Jerome A., 20th-century U.S. surgeon. See: Urban operation.
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It seems reasonable to assume that if New Urbanist communities can succeed in Montgomery, they can do so throughout the heartland and the Bible Belt.
adopt form-based codes, the New Urbanist movement should look to new
The considerable influence of the development amount in the infrastructure (technical and urbanist, transportation and public services) over the inhabitants level of living and over the economical development claims that the current problems in the municipality to be resolved.
The second type of new urbanist community is the transit-oriented
Bare trees and paths sodden from the recent rain both add to the sense of isolation that surrounds Martin Sullivan, managing director of The Urbanists, a built environment consultancy established in 2005 to work alongside architects Powell Dobson.
The Urbanist, who has also been commissioned to create work for Wyclef Jean and Snoop Dogg, will be at the mall as part of an event being staged to offer shoppers offers and discounts.
Koolhaas is an architectural theorist, urbanist and "Professor in Practice of Architecture and Urban Design" at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University, USA.
Jacobs was an urbanist and activist whose work THE DEATH AND LIFE OF GREAT AMERICAN CITIES was published in 1961.
Jean-Yves Barrier: Architect and Urbanist is a showcase of thirty years of architectural work of Jean-Yves Barrier, ranging from individual houses to apartment buildings, schools, libraries, university buildings, museums, town halls, offices, public spaces and thoroughfares, to civil-engineering infrastructure.
Over a half century of modernist planning in many ways makes Vilnius the anti-New Urbanist city.
The Urbanist who regularly works with Timberland and will be working at this year's MTV Europe Music Awards will also be in the mall.
The prototypical new urbanist community is Florida's Seaside, which Duany and Plater-Zyberk began designing in 1979 for the 80-acre coastal parcel's developer, Robert S.