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Life Between Buildings: Using Public Space [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Jan Gehl , Gehl , Jahn Gehl

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1. März 2011
The first Danish language version of this book, published in 1971, was very much a protest against the functionalistic principles for planning cities and residential areas that prevailed during that period. The book carried an appeal to show concern for the people who were to move about between buildings, and it urged an understanding of the subtle, almost indefinable - but definite - qualities, which have always related to the interaction of people in public spaces, and it pointed to the life between buildings as a dimension of architecture that needs to be carefully treated. Now 40 years later, many architectural trends and ideologies have passed by over the years. These intervening years have also shown that the liveliness and liveability of cities and residential areas continues to be a important issue. The intensity in which fine public spaces are used at this point in time, as well as the greatly increased general interest in the quality of cities and their public spaces emphasises this point. The character of life between buildings changes with changes in any given social context, but the essential principles and quality criteria to be employed when working with life between buildings has proven to be remarkably constant. Though this work over the years has been updated and revised several times, this version bears little resemblance with the very early versions, however there was no reason to change the basic message: Take good care of the life between your buildings.

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Jan Gehl is a founding partner of Gehl Architects - Urban Quality Consultants. He is the author of Life Between Buildings and Public Spaces, Public Life. He has received numerous awards for his work and is widely credited with creating and renewing urban spaces in cities around the world, including Copenhagen, Melbourne, New York City, London, and many others. He lives in Copenhagen, Denmark.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gehl's Research is an excellent mix of Environmental Psychology and Urban Planning 30. März 2009
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This is a fantastic book, putting substance and quantitative research behind urban planning. It isn't about the art of urban design, but how spaces are actually used, why, and what designers can do to improve cities.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Life Between Buildings 29. Oktober 2007
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Few books - if any - have had a stronger impact on Scandanavian architecture and planning in recent years than this one has had.

Jan Gehl, senior lecturer in urban design at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, School of Architectiur in Copenhagen, has widely and extensively studied how people use public spaces and how planning and architecture encourage or discourage social activities and public life.

His strong advocacy and detailed proposals for a humanistics approach to architecture, as presented in this book, is now available for the first time in English.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A must read and implement study of human nature 15. August 2011
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A classmate in Architecture School recommended this book to me because I was particularly interested in the social qualities of Architecture. We always wonder why spaces either work or just do not. Jan Gehl has made a career of asking why and how people use space and then finding answers. This work takes into account human behaviors in relation to the built environment. Why do people sit where they do in a public park, why do we love the streets of Europe? In general the ideas and situations studied by Gehl are almost universally and eternally relevant. This is a must have for those serious about planning and creating truly enjoyable public spaces. I highly look forward to reading Gehl's new work and recommend going to his firm's website to see the work they have been doing since this was written. Amazing diagrams.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen real studies of public space 1. November 2012
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This book was first published in 1980. That the demand was so great that it needed to be reissued tells you something. The design principles aren't surprising, 30 years out, but it's lovely to have them quantified. Real counts of how many people use a certain kind of space, and in what ways, with photos, bring to life many principles that I first read about in Jacobs' Death and Life of Great American Cities, and give me arguing points against the great flood of "let's just widen the highway again" so-called planning that dominates my city and county governments. This book is wonderful: easy to read, and worth reading a second time.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great read on City Planning 29. Oktober 2012
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I've studied City Planning at university and this is the best book on the topic I've read. It is concise and brings up great points on how to "design cities for humans".
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