Walking Home

Walking Home

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One of the world's foremost urban designers shares his passion and methods for rejuvenating neglected cities and argues passionately for the importance and possibilities of their renewal. From a youth spent in the boroughs of New York City and other great cities of the world, to his beginnings as an architect in Toronto, Ken Greenberg has long recognized that cities at their best provide much of what we seek in a place to call home. Community, places of culture and business that we can walk to, mass transit and a wealth of amenities that couldn't be supported without a city's density: the mid-century drive to suburbanization deprived us of these inherent advantages of urban living. The realization of this loss, in tandem with pressing recent concerns about energy scarcity and global warming, has made us see cities with fresh eyes and a growing understanding that they can provide us with an unparalleled measure of sustainability. Ken Greenberg has not only advocated for the renewal of downtown cores, he has for thirty years designed the very means by which that renewal can happen. Walking Home is both Ken's story and a lesson in turning the world's urban spaces back into places that can give us not only a platform to face the challenges of the future, but also a place we can call, with pride and satisfaction, home. From the Hardcover edition.See CFB Rockcliffe Rockefeller Center, 83 Roebling, John A., 84, 281 Roger and Me (film), 103 Rogers, Betsy Barlow, 211, 322 Rome, ... 231 rush hour, 148 Rusk, David, 303 Russia, 215 rustbelt cities, 231-43 Ryerson University, 127, 225, 229- 30, 312 Sacramento (CA), ... 142 Saint Paul on the Mississippi Design Center, 140a€“41 Saint Paul on the Mississippi Development Framework, 135, 136, 137a€“ 43anbsp;...


Title:Walking Home
Author: Ken Greenberg
Publisher:Random House Canada - 2011-05-17
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