Definition of Urbanism. Meaning of Urbanism. Synonyms of Urbanism

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- contexts internationally, urbanism is synonymous with urban planning, and urbanist refers to an urban planner. The term urbanism originated in the late nineteenth...
- organizing body for New Urbanism is the Congress for the New Urbanism, founded in 1993. Its foundational text is the Charter of the New Urbanism, which begins:...
- surname Urban Out****ers, an American multinational lifestyle retail corporation Urbanism (disambiguation) Pope Urban (disambiguation) Urban legend (disambiguation)...
- List of urban planners Megaproject New town New Urbanism Overspill estate Phase I environmental site ****essment Principles of Intelligent Urbanism Slum upgrading...
- gathering places. Tactical urbanism is also commonly referred to as guerrilla urbanism, pop-up urbanism, city repair, or D.I.Y. urbanism. The term was po****rized...
- and ordinary perspective. Tactical Urbanism (also known as DIY Urbanism, Planning-by-Doing, Urban Acupuncture, or Urban Prototyping) is a city, organizational...
- Unitary urbanism (UU) was the critique of status quo "urbanism", emplo**** by the Letterist International and then further developed by the Situationist...
- flocked from smaller cities in order to gain polish. New Urbanism Lewis Mumford Henri Lefebvre Urbanism City planning [1] Lewis Mumford, The City in History:...
- Urban planning is also referred to as urban and regional planning, regional planning, town planning, city planning, rural planning, urban development...
- Everyday Urbanism is a concept introduced by Margaret Crawford, John Chase and John Kaliski in 1999. Everyday Urbanism is in Margaret Crawford words:...
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