Understanding Post-socialist European Cities - Case studies in urban planning and design.pdf

Understanding Post-socialist European Cities - Case studies in urban planning and design

Melinda Benko

The post-socialist environments of eastern and central Europe are now witnessing a ferment of regeneration opportunities and creative solutions. This book, authored by a wide range of innovative researchers from the regions, including architects, urban designers, planners and historians, provides a richly diverse variety of contemporary insights into this topical and vitally important subject— encompassing both historical origins and present-day challenges. Professor Miles Glendinning, University of Edinburgh / Convener, Docomomo Specialist Committee on Urbanism and Landscape Progress ? Lost path ? Mistake ? Rebuilding ? Or destiny, that we need to accept ? Should we or are we able at all to catch up with the West ? Or should we walk our own path ? The post-socialist urban development is struggling with its own identity. In this fascinating book todays young researchers — architects, architectural historians, and urban planners — raise questions, and try to process answers from the past of the Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) in an effort to get a clearer vision of their future. Professor Emeritus Tamás Meggyesi, Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Faculty of Architecture

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