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There are 24 books in the subject area: architecture, urbanism

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1. Above Paris: The Aerial Survey of Roger Henrard, by Jean-Louis Cohen
ISBN 9781568986135, hardcover binding, $50.00

Between the years 1950 and 1972, when Paris was in the twilight of its classical period, pilot and photographer Roger Henrard (1900-1975) preserved the city ...
2. Above the Pavement--the Farm!: Architecture & Agriculture at PF1, by Amale Andraos, Dan Wood
Series: Inventory Books
ISBN 9781568989358, paperback binding, $19.95

Forty years after French protestors took to the streets with the rallying cry Sous les pav's, la plage! (Beneath the pavement, the beach!), a new ...
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3. An Atlas of Rare City Maps: Comparative Urban Design, 1830-1842, by Melville C. Branch
ISBN 9781568980737, hardcover, no dust jacket binding, $75.00

The map-plans in this collection of forty cities in Europe, Russia, the United States, and Asia were first published in the mid-nineteenth century by England's ...
4. Beyond the Edge: New York's New Waterfront, by Raymond W. Gastil
ISBN 9781568983271, paperback binding, $30.00

Before September 11, 2001, New York City was in the process of transforming its waterfront after decades of neglect. The tragic events of that day ...
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5. Bird's Eye Views: Historic Lithographs of North American Cities, by John W. Reps
ISBN 9781568981468, hardcover binding, $70.00

As new towns and cities spread across the American frontier in the nineteenth century, itinerant artists soon followed, documenting these growing urban centers by drawing ...
6. Block by Block: Jane Jacobs and the Future of New York, by Timothy Mennel, Jo Steffens, and Christopher Klemek
ISBN 9781568987712, paperback binding, $17.95

"This book is an attack on current city planning and rebuilding." From this first sentence of the seminal 1961 book The Death and Life of ...
7. City Building: Nine Planning Principles for the Twenty-First Century , by John Lund Kriken, Philip Enquist, and Richard Rapaport
ISBN 9781568988818, paperback binding, $40.00

"Good city building is not created by complex statistics, functional problem solving, or any particular decision-making process. Successful cities instead come from people advocating easily ...
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8. Coney Island: The Parachute Pavilion Competition, by Zoe Ryan, Jonathan Cohen-Litant
ISBN 9781568986234, paperback binding, $29.95

For almost 100 years, Coney Island was the most popular seaside destination in the United States. Each year, millions escaped the heat of New York ...
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9. Drosscape: Wasting Land in Urban America, by Alan Berger, Lars Lerup
ISBN 9781568987132, paperback binding, $27.50

Do you really know what is under that new house you just bought? How about what lies beneath the neighborhood playground? Was that "big box" ...
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10. Fast-Forward Urbanism: Rethinking Architecture's Engagement with the City, by Dana Cuff, Roger Sherman
ISBN 9781568989778, paperback binding, $34.95

In the wake of recent failures in America's urban infrastructure, an emerging group of activist designers are calling on architects to rethink their relationship to ...
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11. Hyperborder: The Contemporary U.S.-Mexico Border and Its Future Fernando Romero, LAR, by Fernando Romero, LAR
ISBN 9781568987064, paperback binding, $35.00

Roving vigilantes, fear-mongering politicians, hysterical pundits, and the looming shadow of a 700-mile-long fence: the U.S.-Mexico border is one of the most complex and dynamic ...
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12. Open: New Designs for Public Space, by Raymond W. Gastil, Zoe Ryan
ISBN 9781568984704, paperback binding, $17.95

Open: New Designs for Public Space puts forth the simple proposition that new public spaces need not be the banal leftovers of design neglect. Open ...
13. Sprawl and Public Space: Redressing the Mall, by David J. Smiley
Series: NEA
ISBN 9781568983769, paperback binding, $11.95

Considers strategies for the reuse of abandoned malls in America's first-ring suburbs.

Since the late 1990s, the National Endowment for the Arts, under the direction of ...
14. Sprawltown: Looking for the City on Its Edges, by Richard Ingersoll
ISBN 9781568985664, paperback binding, $19.95

Sprawl. The word calls to mind a host of troublesome issues such as city flight, runaway suburban development, and the conversion of farmland to soulless ...
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15. Street Value: Shopping, Planning, and Politics at Fulton Mall, by Rosten Woo, Meredith TenHoor, and Damon Rich
Series: Inventory Books
ISBN 9781568988979, paperback binding, $19.95

Street Value: Shopping, Planning, and Politics at Fulton Mall offers an in-depth look at one of Downtown Brooklyn's longest redevelopment sagas. Once referred to as ...
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16. Suburban Transformations, by Paul Lukez
ISBN 9781568986838, paperback binding, $40.00

Smart Growth advocates, environmentalists, and New Urbanists have all tried in their own ways to spread the message of reforming current land use patterns. Their ...
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17. The Concrete Dragon: China's Urban Revolution and What it Means for the World, by Thomas J. Campanella
ISBN 9781568986272, hardcover binding, $35.00

China is the most rapidly urbanizing nation in the world, with an urban population that may well reach one billion within a generation. Over the ...
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18. The Concrete Dragon: China's Urban Revolution and What it Means for the World, by Thomas J. Campanella
ISBN 9781568989686, paperback binding, $24.95

China is the most rapidly urbanizing nation in the world, with an urban population that may well reach one billion within a generation. Over the ...
19. The Landscape Urbanism Reader, by Charles Waldheim
ISBN 9781568984391, paperback binding, $34.95

With populations decentralizing and cities sprawling ever outward, twenty-first-century urban planners are challenged by the need to organize not just people but space itself. Hence ...
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20. The Liberal Monument: Urban Design and the Late Modern Project, by Alexander D'Hooghe
ISBN 9781568988245, hardcover binding, $29.95

Architect Alexander D'Hooghe believes urban design has lost its way. Once among the most articulate and avant-garde of disciplines, the field now lacks, he suggests, ...
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21. The Next American Metropolis: Ecology, Community, and the American Dream, by Peter Calthorpe
ISBN 9781878271686, paperback binding, $35.00

One of the foremost practitioners of New Urbanism, Peter Calthorpe, an urban designer and architect based in Berkeley, California, offers one of the most coherent ...
22. The Suburbanization of New York: Is the World's Greatest City Becoming Just Another Town?, by Jerilou Hammett, Kingsley Hammett
ISBN 9781568986784, paperback binding, $24.95

What's next for New York? Is it cooking or cooling? Brimming with vitality or sinking into somnolence? Will it retain its edgy preeminence as global ...
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23. Urbanisms: Working with Doubt, by Steven Holl
ISBN 9781568986791, hardcover binding, $55.00

Contemporary urban development is increasingly characterized by a reliance on diagrams, maps, and graphs to convey the rational, statistical point of view of the professional ...
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24. X-Urbanism: Architecture and the American City, by Mario Gandelsonas
ISBN 9781568981512, paperback binding, $37.50

For most of his career, architect Mario Gandelsonas has been exploring the American city through his writings, designs, lectures, and, above all, through a series ...
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