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Monograph Book Series (E-book) Volume I – Moving Towards Inclusive City Centres: Belfast & Tehran

Monograph Book Series (E-book) Volume I – Moving Towards Inclusive City Centres: Belfast & Tehran

Format: E-Book / Downloadable PDF / 224 pages

Publication Date: July 2022

Publisher: SPACE Studies Publications

Publication City / Country: London, United Kingdom

Language: English

ISBN: 978-1-7399264-6-5

£65.00

Description

CONTENT

Foreword by SPACE Studies
A word by the Author and the acknowledgements
Monograph 1: From Segregation to Integration in Achieving an Inclusive City Centre – Case Study: Belfast
Abstract and the keywords
1.    Introduction
2.    The context: Belfast
3.    Implications of inclusiveness in this research
4.    Design and planning proposals to qualitatively and quantitatively contribute to inclusiveness
4.1 Streets’ scales and the need for a liminal transcendence phase to intertwine the different-scale streets
4.2 The number and distribution of small-scale supplies throughout the whole fabric of the city centre
4.3 Creating an experience that goes beyond the mere functionality
4.4 Leading towards the various existing functions (particularly the potentials) of the city centre by means of urban and landscape elements in a pedestrian scale
4.5 Interconnection with the natural and landscape heritage within and in the neighbourhood of the city centre
4.6 Connection and combination of traditional (context-based) shopping with modern style (high street and brand) shopping
4.7 A shift from streets for different-scale “passage or pausing” to “passage-to-pausing”
4.8 The necessity of creating middle-scale (neighbourhood) centres
5.    Conclusions
References
Monograph 2: The Role of Routines and Rituals in Achieving inclusiveness in Urban Spaces – Case Study: Squares of Central Tehran
Abstract and the keywords
1.    Introduction
2.    Methodology
2.1 Literature review and the related analysis
2.2 Direct Observation
2.3 Photography
2.4 Dot-based analysis
3.    The context of Tehran
4.    The transition of the meaning of Square in the history of Tehran
5.    Squares, presence of automobiles, and the peripheral land uses
5.1 Details on squares with central island
5.2 Details on squares as junctions
6.    Squares and the age-gender groups of users
7.    Conclusions
Notes
References
The Final Word: What can be the next Step?
Afterword (by Neil Galway)
About the Author 

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