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Cities Without Cities: An Interpretation of the Zwischenstadt
Cities Without Cities by Thomas Sieverts. This book investigates the characteristics of today's built environment: no longer simply a city but increasingly large conurbations made up of a number of development clusters, linked by transport routes.
The diffusion of the once compact city into a city web, the 'meta city' is mirrored by changes in society from communities with strong social cohesion and interest in th This book investigates the characteristics of today's built environment: no longer simply a city but increasingly large conurbations made up of a number of development clusters, linked by transport routes. The diffusion of the once compact city into a city web, the 'meta city' is mirrored by changes in society from communities with strong social cohesion and interest in their towns and cities to individuals pursing their own goals, with global social links and little interest in their city.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Thomas Sieverts born is a German architect and urban planner. He is the author of Zwischenstadt ; first published in English in as Cities without Cities: An interpretation of the Zwischenstadt , a book which addresses the decentralization of the compact historical European city and examines the new form of urbanity which has spread across the world describable as the urbanised landscape or the landscaped city. Sieverts calls this the Zwischenstadt , or "in-between city", as it exists between old historical city centres and open countrysides, between place as a living space and the non-places of movement, between small local economic cycles and the dependency on the world market.
In a group calling itself "suddenly" commissioned the American writer Diana George to make a new translation of Zwischenstadt which they published as Where We Live Now the English phrase George chose as the translation of Sieverts's neologism "Zwischenstadt". Sieverts studied architecture and urban design in Stuttgart , Liverpool , and Berlin between and May be ex-library.
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