Citations with the tag: PUBLIC spaces
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- Japanese urban space and the citation of Western signs.
Goebel, Rolf J. // Comparative Literature Studies; 1998, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p93
No abstract available.
- Alternative urban spaces.
Webb, Michael // World & I; Apr95, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p232
Part IV. Features the alternative uses of urban spaces. Descriptions of various urban squares in Europe; Use of walled courtyards of traditional Muslim communities as refuge from natural elements; Use of urban squares as marketplaces in traditional Islamic towns; Creation of public squares in...
- Lost in space.
Webb, Michael // Building Design; 5/2/2003, Issue 1577, p10
Focuses on public agencies dealing with the quality of public space in Great Britain. Formation of the General Public Agency by former Architecture Foundation director Lucy Musgrave and art curator Clare Cumberlidge; Admission of Cumberlidge that there will be overlap between the agency's...
- Retail site up for renewal.
Webb, Michael // Planning (14672073); 10/8/2010, Issue 1889, p2
The article focuses on the reformation of Edge Lane Retail Park in Liverpool, England, which was part in the Derwent Holdings proposal scheme for Edge Lane Central area.
- Products for public spaces.
Webb, Michael // Buildings; Jul93, Vol. 87 Issue 7, p68
Features public space products by Levent Inc. which include ash/trash receptacles and planters. Materials used.
- Dalston's saviour?
Webb, Michael // Building Design; 11/17/2006, Issue 1747, p7
A photograph of Gillett Square in east London, which serves as one of the 100 Public Spaces that was unveiled by Mayor Ken Livingstone, along with details of the new venue for arts and festivals.
- From pariah to necessity?
Howarth, Anita // Estates Gazette; 5/18/2002, Issue 220, p44
Focuses on the need to identify appropriate urban spaces for tall buildings in Birmingham, England. Development of a national policy guidelines for planning tall building; Assessment on the environmental impact of tall buildings; Increase of demand for office development.
- Silly season campaign isn't the answer.
Baillieu, Amanda // Building Design; 6/16/2006, Issue 1726, p11
The article focuses on Cabe's campaign focusing on bad designs in Great Britain. The company will ask the public to nominate their least favorite buildings or public space. Cabe has worked tirelessly to promote good design and is getting frustrated on the results of its high-quality media...
- A Culture of Noise.
McCarthy, Thomas J. // America; 11/06/99, Vol. 181 Issue 14, p6
Reflects on the commercialization of public space. Description of a hiking experience; Comments on the distractions and mindless noise in public spaces.
- You Are Where You Sit.
Underhill, Paco // Across the Board; Jun2000, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p9
Discusses the importance of chairs as part of the design and furnishing of public spaces. Impact of chairs on the sales of a store or mall; Ways to improve outdoor benches.
- WHERE RECORDS COME ALIVE.
Pinkert, Marvin // Cobblestone; Sep2003, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p14
No abstract available.
- Thoroughfare and square.
Clayton, Richard // Design Week; 3/20/2003, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p9
Discusses the social, cultural and economic considerations of designers of public spaces in Great Britain. Government priority for urban renewal and street-level design; Urban design guidelines; Emphasis on high quality and sustainable ideas.
- The Billboard Jungle.
Clayton, Richard // Mother Jones; May/Jun2000, Vol. 25 Issue 3, p25
Reports the advancement of the billboard technology in New York, New York. Process of converting untouched surfaces into advertisements; Implication of the increasing commercialization of public spaces for advertising; Efforts of the city mayor to control illegal advertising.
- WHERE'S THE ART?
Buck, Pat Ringling // Sarasota Magazine; Nov2002, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p92
Focuses on the artwork in various public places in Sarasota, Florida. Establishment of the Public Art Committee in Sarasota; Projects started by members of the committee; Description of the Municipal Auditorium in Sarasota.
- Claiborne it is, Claiborne it should remain.
Laborde, Errol // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 04/05/99, Vol. 19 Issue 40, p17
Focuses on the stability of public name places in the United States. Continuity and historic context of names; Proposal to change the name of Claiborne Avenue in New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Plaza Suite.
Kayden, Jerold // Planning; Mar2000, Vol. 66 Issue 3, p16
No abstract available.
- NEW SWIMMIN' HOLE.
Fish, Edmond S. // Saturday Evening Post; 7/5/1941, Vol. 214 Issue 1, p14
Features the Jones Beach State Park in New York. Reputation of the beach; History of the beach; Impression of famous author H. G. Wells on the beach; Popularity of the beach; Photographs of the beach with numerous beach goers and vacationers; Famous people who have visited the beach.
- A new vision: monumental sculpture in public places
Forgey, Benjamin // Smithsonian; Oct1975, Vol. 6 Issue 7, p50
No abstract available.
- Feds join the fight against sprawl.
Forgey, Benjamin // State Legislatures; Apr99, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p7
No abstract available.
- The Royal Way.
Arellano, Luisa Esquiroz // Travel Agent; 9/24/2001, Vol. 305 Issue 9, p105
No abstract available.
- Falling for the fells.
Van Hazinga, Cynthia // Yankee; Aug99, Vol. 63 Issue 8, p102
Describes the Fells, a former estate and wildlife refuge in Newbury, New Hampshire that is open to the public. Key features and amenities; History; Venue for summer vacations.
- Urban design ideas.
Colman, Adrian // Youth Studies Australia; Dec99, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p9
Focuses on the guidelines encouraging councils and developers to make public areas more sympathetic to the needs of young people in Australia. Accessibility of public spaces to youth; Factors to be considered when planning for public spaces.
- BROAD RIPPLE BLUES.
Miller, Ewing // Indianapolis Monthly; Sep2002, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p46
Focuses on the urban space problems at Broad Ripple village in Indianapolis, Indiana. Difficulty on parking spaces; Description on the buildings around the village; Indication on the chain restaurants.
- Reinventing public space.
Krieger, Alex // Architectural Record; Jun1995, Vol. 183 Issue 6, p76
Argues that it is not the amount of common space that determines sociability. Critique of contemporary urbanism; Need for edified and everyday community space; Difference between community and public space, community and privacy; Propinquity as no longer a precondition to community; Contrasting...
- Face-lift designed for SNP Square.
Vajda, Milan // Slovak Spectator; 03/27/2000, Vol. 6 Issue 12, p9
Deals with the changes for SNP Square in Bratislava, Slovakia. Details on the upgrading of the SNP Square; Objective of the SNP Square revitalization project; Feasibility studies for the upgrade.
- Trans-formations of Urban Space.
Bain, Alison // Women & Environments International Magazine; Fall/Winter2009, Issue 80/81, p4
An introduction to the Fall/Winter 2009 issue of the "Women & Environments International Magazine" is presented.
- Defying Disappearance: Cosmopolitan Public Spaces in Hong Kong.
Law, Lisa // Urban Studies (Routledge); Aug2002, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p1625
This paper explores the relationship between public space and cultural politics in Hong Kong. There is a tendency to assert that public space is disappearing in the city, whether through overt control of the public sphere or the commodification of landscape. While similar views have been...
- Out of Control: Emergent Cultural Landscapes and Political Change in Urban Vietnam.
Thomas, Mandy // Urban Studies (Routledge); Aug2002, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p1611
This paper plots the recent changes in the uses of public space in Hanoi, Vietnam. It is argued that the economic and social changes in contemporary Vietnam have paved the way for a dramatic transformation in the ways in which streets, pavements and markets are experienced and imagined by the...
- Politicised Pagodas and Veiled Resistance: Contested Urban Space in Burma.
Philp, Janette; Mercer, David // Urban Studies (Routledge); Aug2002, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p1587
The urban landscapes of Yangon and Mandalay in Burma (Myanmar) exhibit a rich cultural layering and complex blending of urban forms and architectural styles. But while both cities today are shaped by contemporary economic and political realities, they also clearly reflect their historical...
- In Search of Permanent Homes: Singapore's House Churches and the Politics of Space.
Kong, Lily // Urban Studies (Routledge); Aug2002, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p1573
This paper focuses on one category of the 'unofficially sacred'�namely, those secular spaces which are used for worship and, in particular, residential spaces which are turned into 'house churches'. Using the case study of a house church in Singapore, the paper examines issues about the...
- Moving the Margins of Tokyo.
Waley, Paul // Urban Studies (Routledge); Aug2002, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p1533
We make sense of urban space by investing it with names, names that over time accrue meanings both polyvalent at any one point in time and mutating through time. The extent and meanings of Shitamachi, one of Tokyo's central territorial concepts, have changed significantly throughout the city's...
- Introduction: Contested Landscapes, Asian Cities.
Kong, Lily; Law, Lisa // Urban Studies (Routledge); Aug2002, Vol. 39 Issue 9, p1503
Introduces a series of articles focused on urban spaces in Asian cities. Literature acknowledging that cultures and landscapes are politically contested; Recognition of the existence of a plurality of culture that are time- and place-specific.
Kong, Lily; Law, Lisa // Design Quarterly; 1988, Issue 139, p5
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including "Space/Parallax/Perspective" and "Semi-Automatic Programming."
- RADAR: URBANITY.
Frith, Stephen // Architecture Australia; Sep/Oct2000, Vol. 5 Issue 4, p28
Provides information on a competition for the architectural design of a Public Place in the Parliamentary Zone in Canberra, Australian Capital Territory in 2000. Background on the competition; Description of the winning proposal; Discussion on the approaches of the entries.
- RADAR: COMPETITION.
Frith, Stephen // Architecture Australia; May/Jun2001, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p14
Focuses on the 2001 Ultimo Aquatic Centre and Public Space Design Competition in Sydney, New South Wales. Requirements from the competition brief; Challenges for the participants; Overview of the themes and trends in the entries.
- Surgery and repair.
Niven, Stuart // Architecture Australia; May/Jun2001, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p72
Outlines the plans of the government of Adelaide, South Australia for the recovery of two public edges. Background on the city; Plans for North Terrace; Description of the Riverbank Precinct project.
- South Bank dreaming.
Noble, Louise // Architecture Australia; Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 90 Issue 5, p86
Presents information on the renovation of South Bank in Brisbane, Queensland as one of the city's key public spaces. Significance of the construction of the Victoria Bridge in 1969 and the election of the Bjelke-Peterson government in the early 1970s; Reason behind the success of South Bank;...
- Laguna Beach: Resort With Growing Pains.
Martin, Pete // Saturday Evening Post; 7/2/1949, Vol. 222 Issue 1, p26
The article presents a discussion about Laguna Beach. It tells of Emerald Bay, one of the exclusive residential areas and a private development and has secured gates to keep out the public. It mentions that Laguna Beach was always told to be a wonderful place, but the increasing number of...
- A Different Shade of Blue.
Goupil, H�l�ne // France Today; Jul/Aug2007, Vol. 22 Issue 6, p17
The article presents the hideaway beaches of Marseille, France. Carry-le-Rouet has several pebble and sandy beaches such as the Calanque des Eaux Sal�es which features a lighthouse and stairs that go down to the beach. La Couronne offers two beaches separated by white limestone rocks and...
- 'Can we do our work outside, today?'.
Shermer, Michelle // Wenatchee Business Journal; Jun99, Vol. 13 Issue 6, pA19
Provides information on Wenatchee, Washington-based parks and public spaces that can serve as venues for business meetings. Includes Ohme Gardens; Lincoln Rock State Park; Wenatchee Confluence State Park; Rocky Reach Dam at Chelan County.
Tenner, Lisa // Las Vegas Business Press; 03/10/97, Vol. 14 Issue 10, p26
Focuses on the growing demand for local entertainment in Las Vegas, Nevada and its implications for the problem of space for public parks and amphitheaters. Competition of festivals and concerts with youth sports leagues and tournaments for equal space; Dilemma created by the lack of new public...
- Western Australia.
Tenner, Lisa // Architecture Australia; Nov/Dec98, Vol. 87 Issue 6, p30
Takes a look at architectural news in Western Australia, current as of September 1998. Includes Cottlestoe Mayor John Hammond's campaign against a four-lane western highway; City of Gosnells Council's utilization of a space syntax system to study the way people use public spaces.
- Common sense?
Deer, Jessica // Eastern Door; 11/19/2010, Vol. 19 Issue 45, p13
The author focuses on some people's inability to use common sense in considering their actions such as blocking aisles and entrances in public places.
- Protests show value of our public spaces.
FARRER, NOEL // Horticulture Week; 11/18/2011, p19
The article discusses issues concerning the management and maintenance of the privately-owned public spaces in Great Britain.
- To See or To Think.
Leach, Amy // Wilson Quarterly; Autumn2006, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p83
An excerpt from an article by Amy Leach in the Summer 2006 issue of "Public Space" is presented.
- Space: The First Frontier.
Dorsa, Ed // Technology & Children; May2003, Vol. 7 Issue 4, p8
Focuses on the significance of a space in child interaction. Basis for determining space; Different use of space; Means of observing public spaces.
- Public space and the geography of the modern city.
Goheen, P.G. // Progress in Human Geography; Dec98, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p479
Public space is often seen as problem space in the modern city: it is now as it has always been a space of contention. It is the visible and accessible venue wherein the public�comprising institutions and citizens acting in concert�enact rituals and make claims designed to win recognition....
- �The gaze without eyes�: video-surveillance and the changing nature of urban space.
Koskela, Hille // Progress in Human Geography; Jun2000, Vol. 24 Issue 2
Focuses on the video surveillance in public accessible spaces for public transport. Impact of video-surveillance in the nature of urban space; Evaluation on the efficacy of surveillance; Relation of space surveillance to power structure and human emotions.
- Food free zones.
Koskela, Hille // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition); 10/24/92, Vol. 305 Issue 6860, p1025
Comments on the efforts to prohibit eating in public places in Great Britain. Disadvantages of eating in public places; Impact of the habit of eating in front of the television by children; Changes in society regarding the trend of eating in public places.
- breastfeeding in whose public?
O'Mara, Peggy // Mothering; Sep/Oct2005, Issue 132, p8
Discusses issues related to breastfeeding in public places in the U.S.