2 edition of Securing open space for urban America found in the catalog.
Securing open space for urban America
William Hollingsworth Whyte
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by William H. Whyte.|
|Series||Urban Land Institute. Technical bulletin -- No. 36, Technical bulletin (Urban Land Institute) -- No. 36.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||67 p. :|
|Number of Pages||67|
Saving America’s Cities: Ed Logue and the Struggle to Renew Urban America in the Suburban Age, by Lizabeth Cohen (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, pp., $). I n the early s, as a young planner in New York, I met Ed Logue, the famed urban planner, who was heading the city’s South Bronx Development Office. At that point, Logue had reached the end of his public . Book Description. By closely examining its public spaces, we can decipher the social, cultural and political life of a city. Public space is the arena for individual and group expression; a forum for dialogue, debate, and contestation; a space for conviviality, leisure, performance, and display; a place for economic survival and refuge; a site for the exchange of information and ideas; and a. designer, this empty space always has a positive and promising meaning, expressed by the potentiality inherent in the dynamism of life. It should be read in dialectic terms, as a dialoging entity with the full weight of what has been constructed. Furthermore, each open space contains an image of complexity, it is an open process, it has various. In land use planning, urban open space is open space areas for "parks", "green spaces", and other open areas. The landscape of urban open spaces can range from playing fields to highly maintained environments to relatively natural landscapes. They are commonly open to public access, however, urban open spaces may be privately owned.
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Securing open spaces for urban America: Conservation easements (Urban Land Institute. Technical bulletin) Unknown Binding – January 1, by William Hollingsworth Whyte (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
The Amazon Book Review Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Author: William Hollingsworth Whyte. Title: Securing Open Spaces for Urban America: Conservation Easements, Issues Issues of Dynamic Factors in Land Values, Homer Hoyt Issues of Investors and Downtown Real Estate--opinion and Comment, Arthur Martin Weimer Securing Open Spaces for Urban America: Conservation Easements, William Hollingsworth Whyte Technical bulletin (Urban.
Securing open space for urban America by William Hollingsworth Whyte; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Open spaces, Public servitudes, Servitudes, Urban Land use; Places: United States.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Whyte, William Hollingsworth. Securing open spaces for urban America. [Washington, Urban Land Institute, ]. Securing Open Space for Urban America: Conservation Easements, William Hollingsworth Whyte: Author: William Hollingsworth Whyte: Publisher: Urban Land Institute, Original from: Indiana University: Digitized: Length: 67 pages: Subjects: Conservation easements Land Land use Natural resources Open spaces Urban renewal: Export.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Urban Open Spaces brings together extensive research and practical experience to prove the opportunities and benefits of different types of open space to society and individuals.
Focusing on the importance of open spaces in daily urban life, the book is divided into three by: Praise “The editors of Securing the City are to be applauded for working to shatter common narratives that pin the blame for Guatemala’s urban violence on ‘delinquents,’ urban gangs, rural lynch mobs, or other such bogeymen.
The work also dismantles the imagined boundaries between city and country, and for this it merits praise.” — Kirsten Weld, ReVista. Urban open space is often appreciated for the recreational opportunities it provides.
Recreation in urban open space may include active recreation (such as organized sports and individual exercise) or passive recreation, which may simply entail being in the open space.
Research shows that when open spaces are attractive and accessible, people are more likely to engage. InWilliam H. Whyte published the findings from his revolutionary Street Life Project in The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces.
Both the book and the accompanying film were instantly labeled classics, and launched a mini-revolution in the planning and study of public spaces/5. According to Little, Edmond Bacon, a landscape designer, likely coined the term greenway, as discussed in William H.
Whyte's monograph Securing Open Space for Urban America, ). In Greenways for America Little traces the history of the greenway movement both here and abroad.
He attributes the present American greenway movement to Olmsted. “greenbelt.” He attributes the first use of the actual term Securing open space for urban America book William Whyte in the monograph Securing Open Space for Urban America.
Without the use of the actual term, noted Olmsted scholar Charles Beveridge points out that the earliest American greenway elements were proposed by Frederick Law Olmsted in the "Park and Piedmont. William Hollingsworth "Holly" Whyte (October 1, – Janu ) was an American urbanist, organizational analyst, journalist and people-watcher.
He identified the elements that create vibrant public spaces within the city and filmed a variety of urban plazas in New York City in s.
After his book about corporate culture The Organization Man () sold over two Education: Princeton University. E-B research deals more with defined types of urban open spaces such as parks, plazas, and shopping malls (c.f. Francis, for a review), than with arcades, sidewalks, city.
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functions of open and public spaces. [Key words: open space, public space, urban history, com-parative urbanism, urban morphology.] Urban open spaces have been critical sites of cultural, political, and economic life from early civilizations to the present day.
We define open space as any urban ground space. The City Project contributed the chapter “Anatomy of the Urban Park Movement: Equal Justice, Democracy and Livability in Los Angeles” in the book edited by Dr. Robert Bullard. The chapter analyzes our efforts to diversify democracy from the ground up through parks, schools, healthy communities, transit, and sustainable regional planning.
Open spaces play a critical role in creating ‘urban sustainability’, meaning the pursuit and maintenance of urban form that synthesizes land development and nature preservation.
One of the obvious indicators of urban sustainable development is the quality and quantity of green spaces in the city. Securing the City: Neoliberalism, Space, and Insecurity in Postwar Guatemala. In this Book. Contributing to the anthropology of space and urban studies, this book brings together anthropologists and historians to examine how postwar violence and responses to it are reconfiguring urban space, transforming the relationship between city and Cited by: How Do We Define Open Space Corridors.
Active Parks: are parks that are heavily utilized. Recreational Areas: includes playgrounds & other fun activity structures Passive Parks: are parks that are not utilized to full capacity.
Critical Areas: includes wetlands and frequently flooded areas. Steep Slopes: a slope with an angle of 20% or greater for a minimum of 30 feet horizontally.
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Statistics by Sanford Goodkin; Securing open space for urban America: conservation easements / by. Public Space in Informal Settlements: The Barrios of Bogotá xiii Newcastle, almost invisible at the beginning but once you find one, you find them all.
Sharing language, food, weather complaints and nostalgic images were the main plans; paradoxically these helped me to connect with the city and with my own country at the same time.
Charles Little credits the late William H. White, a prominent environmental writer, who invented and used the term greenways in his monograph entitled, Securing Open Space for Urban America, published by the Urban Land by: The 14 Coolest Urban Spaces in America.
from an industrial patch of blah to an urban garden and performance space with a stage, Author: Lynne Lavelle. Winner of the Western History Association's Hal K.
Rothman AwardFinalist in the Western Writers of America Spur Award for the Western Nonfiction Contemp. completed the Downtown Open Space Plan in late Development of an open space plan for the remaining Urban and Compact Neighborhood Tiers has been on the Planning Department’s approved work program for the past several years.
The Urban Open Space Plan is a key initiative outlined in Goal 3 of the City’s Strategic Plan to “Strengthen the. Urban biodiversity may refer to plants and animals that occur within the built environment or it may refer to remaining biodiversity that occurred in the area long before people built their structures, or other types of the open urban spaces.
Urban open space is a generic term covering all non-built. Open Space Planning Models: A Review of Approaches and Methods Article (PDF Available) in Landscape and Urban Planning 81(1) May with 6, Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Urban Open Spaces brings together extensive research and practical experience to prove the opportunities and benefits of different types of open space to society and individuals. Focusing on the importance of open spaces in daily urban life, the book is divided into three sections. Urban agriculture is an industry located within (intra-urban) or on the fringe (peri-urban) of a town, a city or a metropolis, which grows and raises, processes and distributes a diversity of food and non-food products, (re-)using largely human and material resources, products and services found in and around that urban area, and in turn Cited by: 1.
The motivation for this work, which in London also included the Commons Preservation Society (CPS), the Kyrle Society and the National Health Society amongst others, lay not only in the anti-urbanism of the period.
11 As has been widely acknowledged, the provision of urban green, open space was a key concern of sanitary science from early on in Cited by: Without the creation of new open spaces, London's open space deficit will reach 46% by Rapid urbanization is upon us.
A report from the U.N. projects that by midcentury nearly 69 percent of the earth’s population will live in cities. This coming shift will mandate vast changes to urban infrastructures across the world, including increased access to quality open. Preserving open space on the rural-urban fringe: The role of land trusts.
In Contested countryside: The ruralurban fringe in North America, ed. Furuseth and M. Lapping, - Aldershot, UK: by: Empirically, it empowers more holistic accounts of security apparatuses, for the notion of the urban space directs research to physical locations as well as their wider surroundings (Castels ); to technologies of different sorts (Amicelle, Aradau and Jeandesboz ) but also factors such as the built environment, human actors, legal codes Cited by: 6.
A renewed interest in urban spaces in cities is reflecting a renewed interest in living in denser, more diverse places downtown and in nearby neighborhoods. As cities and towns enjoy an unprecedented boom in residential demand, newcomers and residents alike are examining the availability, quality, and utility of existing and needed open space as essential.
To provide a high quality Open Space and Trails system for the citizens of the Longmont area by: Preserving natural areas, wildlife habitats, biodiversity, wetlands agriculture and visual corridors Linking trails like the St. Vrain Greenway to provide access to public lakes, streams, parks and other usable Open Space and public lands, stream.
Statistically, there are over 8, home invasions per day in North America. According to Statistics U.S.A., there was an average of 3, home invasions annually between and The lesson here is that we need to take our home defense serious. Today, most advocates assert that gardens have a long-term function as open space that promotes nutrition, education, household income subsidy, recreation, and psychological and environmental restoration.
However, this goal is impeded by difficulties in retaining urban land and securing funding for educational programs, staff, and outreach.Figure 1: The built-up area of Accra, Ghana, and showing the extent of its impervious surfaces and the unbuilt open space in and around them.
b. Estimation of the total public space. Map and calculate the total areas of open public space within the defined urban boundaries based on the built-up area. Inventory of open public Size: 2MB."Selected from entries representing urban areas all over the world, six parks were named finalists in the Urban Open Space Award competition, the Urban Land Institute's (ULI) annual contest to recognize successful large- and small-scale public spaces that have socially and economically enriched their surrounding communities," according to a post by Caroline Massie.