Regenerating and marketing cities and their public spaces A British way

International Conference Public Arts and Urban Design, Interdisciplinary and Social Perspectives, 2 - 04 Ekim 2003


Regenerating cultural quarters in Pakistan: The case study of Lahore
Riaz, Harmain; Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge; Urban Design in City and Regional Planning Department (2022-8-12)
The cities across the world face a constant problem of depletion every passing day, often caused by several factors, including environmental degradation, migration and population rise, deteriorating infrastructure, lack of resources or economic and social changes, striking at different magnitudes. These problems, if addressed properly through planned schemes could result in saving tons of financial and building resources for the municipalities directing the cities. New and modern cities are now being critic...
Redefining Urbanization: In the Views of University Students
Demirci, Sinem; Şahin, Elvan; Teksöz, Gaye (2020-09-25)
More than half of the population are living in cities and the number is increasing. Interactions of urbanization-migration-environment is becoming a great concern since increase in urbanization accelerates migration and environmental problems. Education can be regarded a promising actor to overcome challenges due to these interactions. Accordingly, this study aimed to examine university students’ views on the interactions among urbanization-migration-environment to construct a plan on related educational...
Redefining accessibility and space use in city centres as it regards responsive urban design
Kaplan, Hülagu; Tankut, Gönül; Department of City and Regional Planning (1998)
Reinstitutionalisation of the rural economy in reforming China
Terzibaşoğlu, Yücel; İnan İslamoğlu, Huricihan; Department of Economics (1995)
Rethinking digital industrial design: a mandate for virtual workshops and intelligent environments
Şener Pedgley, Bahar (Informa UK Limited, 2007-01-01)
In an era of major technological strides in computer interaction, it is a disappointment industrial designers continue to report that current CAD packages are too rooted in engineering design to be effective in supporting their own creative practices. This paper examines the nature of their dissatisfaction and proposes solutions. A comprehensive observational study of industrial designers' existing CAD and physical modelling activities is reported, from which an evidence base for the specification of improv...
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Z. M. Akkar Ercan, “Regenerating and marketing cities and their public spaces A British way,” 2003, p. 21, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: