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Volume 4, issue 4, 2019

Large-Scale Urban Developments and the Future of Cities: Possible Checks and Balances pp. 1-3 Downloads
Efrat Eizenberg
Large Urban Developments and the Future of Cities: The Case of Neighborhoods pp. 4-5 Downloads
Emily Talen
Post-Socialist Urban Futures: Decision-Making Dynamics behind Large-Scale Urban Waterfront Development in Belgrade and Bratislava pp. 6-17 Downloads
Branislav Machala and Jorn Koelemaij
LUD as an Instrument for (Sub)Metropolitanization: The 1000-District in Rishon-Lezion, Israel as a Case Study pp. 18-30 Downloads
Eran Weinberg, Nir Cohen and Orit Rotem-Mindali
Large Urban Developments as Non-Planning Products: Conflicts and Threats for Spatial Planning pp. 31-42 Downloads
Byron Ioannou, Lora Nicolaou, Konstantinos Serraos and Georgia Spiliopoulou
Housing in the Neoliberal City: Large Urban Developments and the Role of Architecture pp. 43-61 Downloads
Merryan Majerowitz and Yael Allweil
Neoliberalism Meets “Gangnam Style”: Vernacular Private Sector and Large Urban Developments in Seoul pp. 62-72 Downloads
Jinhee Park
Urban Morphology and Qualitative Topology: Open Green Spaces in High-Rise Residential Developments pp. 73-85 Downloads
Efrat Eizenberg, Orly Sasson and Mor Shilon
Identities as Enabling Conditions of Sustainability Practices in Urban Planning: A Critical Realist Exploration with Planners in England pp. 86-97 Downloads
Niamh Murtagh, Nezhapi-Dellé Odeleye and Christopher Maidment
Community Resistance and Discretionary Strategies in Planning Sustainable Development: The Case of Colorado Cities pp. 98-110 Downloads
William L. Swann, Shelley McMullen, Dan Graeve and Serena Kim
Planners between the Chairs: How Planners (Do Not) Adapt to Transformative Practices pp. 111-138 Downloads
Frank Othengrafen and Meike Levin-Keitel
Playing for the Future: Using Codesign Games to Explore Alternative Sanitation Systems in London pp. 126-138 Downloads
Tse-Hui Teh
De-Colonising Planning Education? Exploring the Geographies of Urban Planning Education Networks pp. 139-151 Downloads
Julia Wesely and Adriana Allen

Volume 4, issue 3, 2019

Facilitating Circular Economy in Urban Planning pp. 1-4 Downloads
Hilde Remøy, Alexander Wandl, Denis Ceric and Arjan van Timmeren
Managing the Transition towards Circular Metabolism: Living Labs as a Co-Creation Approach pp. 5-18 Downloads
Libera Amenta, Anna Attademo, Hilde Remøy, Gilda Berruti, Maria Cerreta, Enrico Formato, Maria Federica Palestino and Michelangelo Russo
Urban Regions Shifting to Circular Economy: Understanding Challenges for New Ways of Governance pp. 19-31 Downloads
Andreas Obersteg, Alessandro Arlati, Arianne Acke, Gilda Berruti, Konrad Czapiewski, Marcin Dąbrowski, Erwin Heurkens, Cecília Mezei, Maria Federica Palestino, Viktor Varjú, Marcin Wójcik and Jörg Knieling
A Geodesign Decision Support Environment for Integrating Management of Resource Flows in Spatial Planning pp. 32-51 Downloads
Gustavo Arciniegas, Rusné Šileryté, Marcin Dąbrowski, Alexander Wandl, Balázs Dukai, Max Bohnet and Jens-Martin Gutsche
Transferring Circular Economy Solutions across Differentiated Territories: Understanding and Overcoming the Barriers for Knowledge Transfer pp. 52-62 Downloads
Marcin Dąbrowski, Viktor Varjú and Libera Amenta
The Circular Economy Concept in Design Education: Enhancing Understanding and Innovation by Means of Situated Learning pp. 63-75 Downloads
Alexander Wandl, Verena Balz, Lei Qu, Cecilia Furlan, Gustavo Arciniegas and Ulf Hackauf
New Perspectives on the II CIAM onwards: How Does Housing Build Cities? pp. 76-82 Downloads
Alessandro Porotto and Chiara Monterumisi
The Modern Project: A Research Hypothesis pp. 83-89 Downloads
Paola Viganò
The Legacy of CIAM in the Netherlands: Continuity and Innovation in Dutch Housing Design pp. 90-101 Downloads
Susanne Komossa and Martin Aarts
Planning History of a Dutch New Town: Analysing Lelystad through Its Residential Neighbourhoods pp. 102-116 Downloads
Lidwine Spoormans, Daniel Navas-Carrillo, Hielkje Zijlstra and Teresa Pérez-Cano
Das alte Frankfurt: Urban Neighborhood versus Housing Estate, the Rebirth of Urban Architecture pp. 117-133 Downloads
Silvia Malcovati
Wilhelm Riphahn in Cologne (1913–1963): Urban Policies and Social Housing between Innovation and Conservation pp. 134-153 Downloads
Andreina Milan
CIAM Goes East: The Inception of Tehran’s Typical Housing Unit pp. 154-166 Downloads
Hamed Khosravi
Housing-Based Urban Planning? Sir Patrick Geddes’ Modern Masterplan for Tel Aviv, 1925 pp. 167-185 Downloads
Yael Allweil and Noa Zemer
Moving on: Is Existenzminimum Still Relevant? pp. 186-195 Downloads
Bruno Marchand
From Ideal Proposals to Serial Developments: Victor Bourgeois’s Schemes in the Light of Post-War Developments in Brussels pp. 196-211 Downloads
Gérald Ledent
Contested Architecture: The ‘Woba’ Residential Colony in Basel, 1930 pp. 212-222 Downloads
Rhea Rieben
‘The Towers of Terror’: A Critical Analysis of Ernő Goldfinger’s Balfron and Trellick Towers pp. 223-249 Downloads
Nicola Braghieri
Álvaro Siza’s Negotiated Code: Meaningful Communication and Citizens’ Participation in the Urban Renewal of The Hague (Netherlands) in the 1980s pp. 250-264 Downloads
Nelson Mota
African Housing Renaissance: The Case of Gacuriro Valley Satellite Settlements, Kigali, Rwanda pp. 265-290 Downloads
Manlio Michieletto, Olatunde Adedayo and Victor Bay Mukanya
CIAM and Its Outcomes pp. 291-298 Downloads
Eric Mumford
Between Rationalization and Political Project: The Existenzminimum from Klein and Teige to Today pp. 299-314 Downloads
Marson Korbi and Andrea Migotto
Does the Homogeneous City Belong to the Past? pp. 315-325 Downloads
Valentin Bourdon
Reinterpreting Existenzminimum in Contemporary Affordable Housing Solutions pp. 326-345 Downloads
Sara Brysch
“HOUSING Frankfurt Wien Stockholm”: Exhibition of 1920s–1930s Housing Initiatives pp. 346-355 Downloads
Chiara Monterumisi and Alessandro Porotto

Volume 4, issue 2, 2019

The Fragile Body in the Functional City: An Editorial pp. 1-4 Downloads
Matthias Drilling and Fabian Neuhaus
The Attractiveness of a City-Centre Shopping Environment: Older Consumers’ Perspective pp. 5-17 Downloads
Anna-Maija Kohijoki and Katri Koistinen
Ageing in Suburban Neighbourhoods: Planning, Densities and Place Assessment pp. 18-30 Downloads
Byron Ioannou
Overcoming Barriers to Livability for All Ages: Inclusivity Is the Key pp. 31-42 Downloads
Xue Zhang, Mildred E. Warner and Stephanie Firestone
Understanding Belonging and Community Connection for Seniors Living in the Suburbs pp. 43-52 Downloads
Sonya L. Jakubec, Marg Olfert, Liza L. S. Choi, Nicole Dawe and Dwayne Sheehan
Why Do(n’t) People Move When They Get Older? Estimating the Willingness to Relocate in Diverse Ageing Cities pp. 53-69 Downloads
Hannah C. Haacke, Friederike Enßle, Dagmar Haase, Ilse Helbrecht and Tobia Lakes
Current Uptake of Technology Related to the Built Environment to Support Older Adults to Live Independently in Their Community pp. 70-82 Downloads
Julie Futcher, Federica Pascale, Alison Pooley and Sally-Anne Francis
Assessing Liveable Cities for Older People in an Urban District in Turkey Using the Analytical Hierarchy Process pp. 83-95 Downloads
Ercüment Aksoy and Nilufer Korkmaz-Yaylagul
Exploring the Experienced Impact of Studentification on Ageing-in-Place pp. 96-105 Downloads
Debbie Lager and Bettina van Hoven
Benches as Materialisations of (Active) Ageing in Public Space: First Steps towards a Praxeology of Space pp. 106-122 Downloads
Thibauld Moulaert and Anna Wanka
The Development of ‘Age Appropriate’ Living Environments: Analysis of Two Case Studies from a Social Work Perspective pp. 123-133 Downloads
Carlo Fabian, Sandra Janett, Tobias Bischoff, Riccardo Pardini, Johanna Leitner and Carlo Knöpfel
Public Space in the New Urban Agenda: Research into Implementation pp. 134-137 Downloads
Michael W. Mehaffy, Tigran Haas and Peter Elmlund
Streets as Public Spaces: Lessons from Street Vending in Ahmedabad, India pp. 138-153 Downloads
Prithvi Deore and Saumya Lathia
Women’s Safety and Public Spaces: Lessons from the Sabarmati Riverfront, India pp. 154-168 Downloads
Darshini Mahadevia and Saumya Lathia
Reconstituting the Urban Commons: Public Space, Social Capital and the Project of Urbanism pp. 169-182 Downloads
David Brain
Walking the First/Last Mile to/from Transit: Placemaking a Key Determinant pp. 183-195 Downloads
Chidambara
Revisiting the “Model of Place”: A Comparative Study of Placemaking and Sustainability pp. 196-206 Downloads
Ensiyeh Ghavampour and Brenda Vale
Maximising the Degree of User Choice. A Simple Tool to Measure Current Levels of Quality of Life in Urban Environments pp. 207-222 Downloads
Ioanna-Anna Papachristou and Marti Rosas-Casals
Implementing the New Urban Agenda in Rwanda: Nation-Wide Public Space Initiatives pp. 223-236 Downloads
Ilija Gubic and Oana Baloi
Strengthening Community Sense of Place through Placemaking pp. 237-248 Downloads
Peter J. Ellery and Jane Ellery
Theory of Place in Public Space pp. 249-259 Downloads
Mark Del Aguila, Ensiyeh Ghavampour and Brenda Vale

Volume 4, issue 1, 2019

The Transformative Power of Social Innovation in Urban Planning and Local Development pp. 1-6 Downloads
Torill Nyseth and Abdelillah Hamdouch
Innovative Forms of Citizen Participation at the Fringe of the Formal Planning System pp. 7-18 Downloads
Torill Nyseth, Torill Ringholm and Annika Agger
Towards a Situational Understanding of Collective Learning: A Reflexive Framework pp. 19-30 Downloads
Seppe De Blust, Oswald Devisch and Jan Schreurs
Social Innovation as a Driver of Urban Transformation? The Case of Planning Approaches in the Dominican Republic pp. 31-43 Downloads
Abdelillah Hamdouch and Andiel Galvan
Enhancing Urban Encounters: The Transformative Powers of Creative Integration Initiatives pp. 44-52 Downloads
Anniken Førde
The Social Sustainable City: How to Involve Children in Designing and Planning for Urban Childhoods? pp. 53-66 Downloads
Gro Sandkjaer Hanssen
Aesthetic Preference as Starting Point for Citizen Dialogues on Urban Design: Stories from Hammarkullen, Gothenburg pp. 67-77 Downloads
Brita Fladvad Nielsen, Ruth Woods and Wenche Lerme
Cultural Initiatives and Local Development: A Basis for Inclusive Neighborhood Revitalization pp. 78-90 Downloads
Juan-Luis Klein, Diane-Gabrielle Tremblay, Laurent Sauvage, Leila Ghaffari and Wilfredo Angulo
Place Innovative Synergies for City Center Attractiveness: A Matter of Experiencing Retail and Retailing Experiences pp. 91-105 Downloads
Malin Lindberg, Kristina Johansson, Helena Karlberg and Johanna Balogh
City of Flows: The Need for Design-Led Research to Urban Metabolism pp. 106-112 Downloads
Rob Roggema
Design for Disruption: Creating Anti-Fragile Urban Delta Landscapes pp. 113-122 Downloads
Rob Roggema
Developing a Design-Led Approach for the Food-Energy-Water Nexus in Cities pp. 123-138 Downloads
Wanglin Yan and Rob Roggema
Mapping the Flow of Forest Migration through the City under Climate Change pp. 139-151 Downloads
Qiyao Han and Greg Keeffe
Incorporating Metabolic Thinking into Regional Planning: The Case of the Sierra Calderona Strategic Plan pp. 152-171 Downloads
Juanjo Galan and Daniela Perrotti
Planning for a Prosumer Future: The Case of Central Park, Sydney pp. 172-186 Downloads
Lisa McLean and Rob Roggema
Governing the City of Flows: How Urban Metabolism Approaches May Strengthen Accountability in Strategic Planning pp. 187-199 Downloads
Cathrin Zengerling
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