The Good City

Author: Allan B. Jacobs
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1136860150
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Jacobs is one of the world’s best known planners and urban design practitioners, with a long and distinguished career based initially in US cities, and then throughout the world. Featuring a wonderfully engaging, humorous tone and Jacobs’ own drawings, The Good City transfers lessons on city design, building and urban change to all those willing to help cities become the magnificent, beautiful places they should be – and encourages all inhabitants to learn to appreciate and explore their own cities.
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