Can Grand Design Doctrines Go Well with Locally Reinvented Urbanisms? Notes from Polish Cities in Transition
The text explores how New Urbanism ideas, a comprehensive global design doctrine, transgress into the context of Polish planning practice. New Urbanism is considered through the perspective of the decentralization of a discussion on a planning policy and a modernization of a State, resulting form its post-Socialist urban change. In the text, New Urbanism is understood as a neotraditionalist movement i.e. drawing from the pre-modernist ideas of the evolutionary growth of the city, "retelling" and merging multiple, historical European urban narratives. It is therefore theorized how a successful large scale application of the movement would depend on its local contextualization of such ideas and how the recent shift in a general debate on Polish urban policy could become an opportunity to implement such a process.
Łukasz Pancewicz. (2014). Can Grand Design Doctrines Go Well with Locally Reinvented Urbanisms? Notes from Polish Cities in Transition, 151-159.
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- Tradition and Heritage in the Contemporary City : Fundamentals. Vol. 1 strony 151 - 159
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- Pancewicz Ł.: Can Grand Design Doctrines Go Well with Locally Reinvented Urbanisms? Notes from Polish Cities in Transition// Tradition and Heritage in the Contemporary City : Fundamentals. Vol. 1/ ed. Jeleński Tomasz; Juchnowicz Stanisław; Woźniak-Szpakiewicz Ewelina Kraków: Politechnika Krakowska, 2014, s.151-159
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