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Shanghai Regeneration: Five Paradigms

Author/EditorYang, D (Author)
Li, Xiangning (Author)
Huang, Xiangming (Author)
Publisher: Oro Editions
ISBN: 9781939621610
Pub Date15/03/2017
BindingPaperback
Pages220
Dimensions (mm)280(h) * 216(w)
A detailed case-study on Shanghai, which looks into the future of a city in need of regeneration. Will be of interest to students of architecture and design, as well as those who want to know more about Shanghai.
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This book emphasises the value of design in the urban regeneration of Shanghai. It approaches the conundrum of urban transformation flexibly and productively, through five representative case-studies. Examining different urban paradigms, it guides the reader through its pages by deploying a range of colour images, and offers comprehensive solutions for complex problems.

This book emphasises the value of design in the urban regeneration of Shanghai. It approaches the conundrum of urban transformation flexibly and productively, through five representative case-studies. Examining different urban paradigms, it guides the reader through its pages by deploying a range of colour images, and offers comprehensive solutions for complex problems.

Dingliang Yang is currently a teaching fellow and research associate, as well as a Doctor of Design Candidate at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design, where he was awarded the Urban Planning and Design Thesis Prize and the Paul M. Heffernan Fellowship. His most recent publications include Hangzhou: From Canal Grid to Maxi-block and Townization: In Search of New Paradigms of Urbanization in China. He also has contributed to the publications Common Frameworks, Rethinking the Developmental City in China: Xiamen the Megaplot, The Countryside as a City, The Urbanistic Plan in 21st Century, and EL Croquis. Yang is a founding partner of Preliminary Research Office (PRO), a Los Angeles based emergent interdisciplinary design office, with a focus on work in China and the US.

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