MAN-MADE AMERICA: CHAOS OR CONTROL?

CONTENTS: THE URBANIZED LANDSCAPE: AN ESTHETIC FOR MAN-MADE AMERICA THE CONTEMPORARY SCENE LANDSCAPE AS ART THE AMERICAN LANDSCAPE EMERGING LANDSCAPES OF AMERICA BEAUTY SPOTS THE NEW SETTLEMENT PATTERN THE NON-BEAUTIFUL THE DWELLING GROUP: THE ESTHETIC OF LOW-DENSITY HOUSING THE GROWTH OF LOW-DENSITY HOUSING THE MORPHOLOGY OF THE URBAN FRINGE VISUAL PRINCIPLES OF SMALL HOUSE GROUPINGS THE PAVED RIBBON: THE ESTHETIC OF FREEWAY DESIGN THE DEVELOPMENT OF FREEWAY FORM THE INTERNAL HARMONY OF THE FREEWAY THE EXTERNAL HARMONY OF THE FREEWAY THE MONUMENTS OF TECHNOLOGY: THE ESTHETICS OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE IN THE LANDSCAPE INDUSTRIAL LOCATION INDUSTRY AS AN ELEMENT OF URBAN DESIGN COMMERCIAL FACILITIES IN THE URBAN FRINGE POSSIBILITIES OF PLANNED DESIGN THE NEED FOR VISUAL ORDER THE OUTLINES OF OPEN SPACE: ESTHETICS AND RECREATION PRESENT TRENDS IN RECREATION GENERAL FACTORS AFFECTING DESIGN THE FRAMEWORK OF OPEN SPACE DESIGN OPPORTUNITIES FOR DESIGN SOMETHING FOR THE FUTURE: THE PRESERVATION OF VISIBLE HISTORY CHANGING ATTITUDES LOSSES AND GAINS INVENTORY AND DESIGN SURVEY METHOD PRESERVATION AND RENEWAL PRIVATE ENTERPRISE PRESERVATION AND URBAN DESIGN THE EMERGENCE OF FORM: ESTHETICS AND PLANNING SHAPING THE URBAN REGION.

  • Supplemental Notes:
    • 479 Pp, Fig, PHOT, REF
  • Corporate Authors:

    Yale University

    New Haven, CT  USA  06520
  • Authors:
    • TUNNARD, C
    • PUSHKAREV, B
  • Publication Date: 1963

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  • Accession Number: 00204721
  • Record Type: Publication
  • Files: TRIS
  • Created Date: Mar 18 1994 12:00AM