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2011 Volume 15.2

Editorial comment

Learning the language of urban morphology

Articles

City models in theory and practice: a cross-cultural perspective
E. Ehlers   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 18MB ]

Berlin and London: two cultures and two kinds of urban squares
G. Fehl   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 0.1MB ]

Drawing lines on maps: morphological regions and planning practices
P. J. Larkham and N. Morton   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 10MB ]

Review article: Cities and design rules: an architect's approach
H. Tieben   [Full paper, PDF, 0.1MB ]

Viewpoints

Italian urban morphology: the geographical perspective of Umberto Toschi E. Ravazzoli

Urbanism, politics and language: the role of urban morphology K. Kropf

Glossaries and dictionaries of urban morphology T. Marat-Mendes

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Reports

ISUF President’s Report M. P. Conzen

Portuguese Network of Urban Morphology V. Oliveira

Spatial technologies and the medieval city K. D. Lilley

[Reports, PDF ]

Book reviews

L. Radvan (2010) At Europe’s borders W. Boerefijn

M. Folin (ed.) (2010) Rappresentare la città M. Maretto

E. Firley and C. Stahl (2009) Urban housing handbook B. Jia

R. F. Gatje (2010) Great public squares I. Morley

M. Braga (2010) O concurso de Brasília R. L. Rego

F. Jankó, J. Kücsán and K. Szende (2010) Hungarian atlas of historic towns D. Stracke

D. Vale (2010) Sustainable urban form, accessibility and travel M. Cunha Matos

A. Kusno (2010) The appearance of memory T. U. Atmoko

[Book reviews, PDF ]

Book notes

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Notes and notices

- ISUF Conference 2012

- Society of Architectural Historians

- Heritage 2012

- Cutting into the substance of urban form

- The myth of tradition

- Cities and societies in comparative perspective

- Eighth International Space Syntax Symposium

- Urban transformations: booms, busts and other catastrophes

- Approaches in urban morphology

- Cities, nations and regions in planning history

- Urban coding and planning