Vol 1, No 1

Landscape metropolis #1

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7480/spool.2013.1

advances in planning, design and characterization of metropolitan territories via landscape

In European metropolitan areas, historical accretion and mature planning cultures have lead to distinctive urban-landscape configurations with their own particular morphologies, systems and dynamics.

The aim of this issue is to present state-of-the-art research engaging with the metropolitan landscape in European urban regions from the perspective of spatial planning, urbanism and landscape planning disciplines.

issue editors:

Dr. ir. Alexandra Tisma, Senior Researcher, TU Delft & Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency.
Ir. Rene van der Velde, Associate Professor, TU Delft

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Table of Contents

Articles

Kersten Nabielek, Pia Kronberger-Nabielek, David Hamers
101-120
Alexandra Tisma, Rene van der Velde, Steffen Nijhuis, Michiel Pouderoijen
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201-224
Mari Sundli Tveit, Asa Ode Sang
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301-316
Richard Stiles, Beatrix Gasienica‐Wawrytko, Katrin Hagen, Heidelinde Trimmel, Wolfgang Loibl, Tanja Tötzer, Mario Köstl, Stephan Pauleit, Annike Schirmann, Wolfgang Feilmayr
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401-418
Carmen Aalbers, Stephan Pauleit
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501-518
Saskia de Wit
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601-622