Why Cities Look the Way They Do

by Richard J. Williams | 03 May 2019
Category: Politics
The layout of modern cities and the reasons for recurring trends of cultural zoning and the repurposing of certain types of building are analysed by Professor of Contemporary Visual Culture at the University of Edinburgh Richard Williams.
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The layout of modern cities and the reasons for recurring trends of cultural zoning and the repurposing of certain types of building are analysed by Professor of Contemporary Visual Culture at the University of Edinburgh Richard Williams.
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The layout of modern cities and the reasons for recurring trends of cultural zoning and the repurposing of certain types of building are analysed by Professor of Contemporary Visual Culture at the University of Edinburgh Richard Williams.

Product Details

Why Cities Look the Way They Do

ISBN9780745691817

Format

PublisherPOLITY PRESS (03 May. 2019)

No. of Pages192

Weight334

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 213 x 140 x 20.04