The Canadian City

The Canadian City

St. John's to Victoria: A Critical Commentary

By Roger Kemble

220 Pages · June 1 1989

Paper ISBN: 9780887722226

PDF ISBN: 9780776622132

ePub ISBN: 9780776622149

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Description

The Canadian City
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Preface
Part I: Art is Dead
  1. A Personal View
  2. A shared Vision of Urban Space
  3. Imagining Urban Space
  4. The principle of Sustained Interest
Part II: Long Live Art
  1. Downtown Spaces
  2. Malls and Streets
  3. Havens and Harmony
  4. Tending the City
Appendices
  1. Noise Levels
  2. Common Noise Levels and Typical Reactions
  3. Pedestrian Count, Sparks Street Mall, Ottawa
  4. Canadian Cities
References
Index

Author Bio

Roger Kemble is a practising architect, urban designer, planner, writer and illustrator. He has been the recipient of a score of awards, including a National Canadian Housing Design Council (1964), the Massey Silver Medal (1967), Award of Excellence, Canadian Architecture Yearbook (1981), and more. He was a regular contributor to The Canadian Architect and has written for a variety of other professional, trade, and metropolitan publications.