Shaping American Urban Public Space from CIAM to New Urbanism

  • Eric Mumford Washinton University

Resumo

Throughout much of the history of the United States its architects have been preoccupied with creating urban public spaces. In the nineteenth century two broad design directions emerged, one pastoral, exemplified by Olmsted and Vaux’s Central Park in New York, the other monumental, based in European classicism but often given a particularly american character in projects such as Washington, DC

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Biografia do Autor

Eric Mumford, Washinton University
Professor na Washinton University, St Louis (USA), na área de Historia da Arquitetura e Planejamento Urbano
Publicado
2001-12-19
Como Citar
Mumford, E. (2001). Shaping American Urban Public Space from CIAM to New Urbanism. Pós. Revista Do Programa De Pós-Graduação Em Arquitetura E Urbanismo Da FAUUSP, (10), 112-125. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2317-2762.v0i10p112-125
Seção
Conferência na FAUUSP