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The Civic City in a Nomadic World (paperback)

> Charles Landry, the inventor of the Creative City concept and author of The Art of City Making

The Civic City in a Nomadic World (paperback)
Too Big. Rebuild by Design: A Transformative Approach to Climate Change

> Climate change is a simultaneous threat to our planet and to our neighborhoods. President Obama

Too Big. Rebuild by Design: A Transformative Approach to Climate Change
Theory of Type Design

> First comprehensive theory of type design
> A must have for every designer
> Read here the

Theory of Type Design


The Production of Cyclespace

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> The book imagines city layouts that would make urban life more productive, comfortable, social and fun
> The first bike-centric model of urban planning and building design
> Fleming gives cycling what Jane Jacobs wanted for walking
> Watch here the article on The Guardian
> Watch here the review on Spacing
> Read here the article on Citylab

The Dutch use cycling in combination with trains to connect regions. Other nations are using cycling to make historical city centres liveable again. But what if cycling became the key organizing principle for urban growth and the design of new buildings?

See how the most connected future cities will be those that put cycling before walking and public transport and see why such cities would not only be healthy and green, but fairer and more accessible than the cities we know. This is a book for all those shaping cities and buildings (designers, planners, students, advocates, etcetera) who sense a bigger potential for cycling.

Dr Steven Fleming is an architectural theorist and historian and a leading international figure in bicycle urbanism.

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ISBN 978-94-6208-352-3 | 1. edition | June 2017 | available | Steven Fleming | design: 75B | photography: Mikael Colville-Andersen | English | paperback | 17 x 24 cm | 240 pages | illustrated (200 full color)

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