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Part 1. Time-Conscious Urban Design 1.
Introduction: the unsustainable lasting of time-unconscious urban
design 1.1. Space and people: the case for socially sustainable
urban design 1.2. Three core messages, or what we mostly should do
2. Time-conscious urban design: a common ground 2.1. Space and
people: a literature review and the case for urban design 2.2.
Time-conscious urban design: clues of a starting point Part
2. Analysis for the Sustainable City 3. Analytical
techniques for a sustainable city: kicking off the toolbox 3.1.
Practicing an oxymore: life-world, technical knowledge and the need
for episteme-diversity 3.2. The tools Travel Time Budgets as a Tool
for Sustainable Urban Design Peter Newman The Generation
of Diversity: Mixed Use and Urban Sustainability Graeme
Evans Multiple Centrality Assessment Sergio Porta and Vito
Latora Measuring the Success of Transit-Oriented Development
Using a Sustainability Framework: TOD Outcome Analysis John
Renne Accessibility and User Needs in Transport: Street Audit
Toolkit Nastaran Azmin-Fouladi Raster Cities: image
processing techniques for environmental
urban analysis Eugenio Morello and Carlo Ratti The Communities in Action Handbook Ombretta Romice and Hidebrand Frey Collaborative Planning and Design for a Sustainable Neighbourhood on Quebec City's University Campus Genevieve Vachon, Carole Despres, Aurore Nembrini and Florent Joerin GIS Behaviour Mapping For A Provision Of Interactive Empirical Knowledge, Vital Monitoring And Better Place Design Barbara Golicnik Experiential Landscape: revealing hidden dimensions of
people-place relations Kevin Thwaites and Ian Simkins Approaches of Inclusivity Alice Mathers and Ian Simkins Cathryn Chatburn Conclusions
Sergio Porta is assistant professor in urban planning and design at the Department of Architecture and Planning of the Polytechnic of Milan, Italy, where he holds the `Laboratory of Urban Design' course. He is adjunct professor at the King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. Kevin Thwaites researches and teaches landscape architecture and urban design at the Department of Landscape, University of Sheffield where he is Director of Learning and Teaching. He has worked in private practice and, with Ian Simkins, is co-founder of elp:rdu, a research facility which explores experiential aspects of outdoor space use. Ombretta Romice is an architect heading the Urban Design Masters at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. She is actively involved in IAPS (International Association for People-Environment Studies). Mark Greaves is a professional planner focused on the delivery of exemplary urban design solutions. He is currently working in local authority planning in the UK.