Titolo: Awards for Excellence: 2010 Winning Projects
Casa editrice: Urban Land Institute
Condizione libro: Very Good
This copy shows very minor wear. Codice inventario libreria G0874201489I4N00
Handsomely illustrated, this book showcases 21 extraordinary development projects in the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific. Each featured design is a winner in the Urban Land Institute?s (ULI) 2010 Awards for Excellence competition—widely recognized as the most prestigious award in the real estate development industry—or the 2010 ULI Amanda Burden Urban Open Space Award, a new accolade recognizing public destinations that have revitalized their surrounding communities. This examination highlights a wide range of project types and sizes, from housing and commercial to mixed-use development and new communities, both for-profit and nonprofit. Beautifully photographed and packed with narratives and project data, this book conducts a tour of each inspiring structure, outlining how it was developed, how it met demand in the existing market, what worked, and why.
L'autore: Patrick J. Pontius is a director in Urban Land Institute?s Education and Advisory Group. Theodore C. Thoerig is the author of Best Practices in Development and the editor of the Development Case Study series. They both live in Washington, DC.
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Libreria AbeBooks dal: 23 giugno 2011
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