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Resilient Design, Policy, and Regulation
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"Outdated regulatory regimes waste time, create uncertainty, and too often compromise design quality. With a keen anthropological lens, Onaran explains the evolution and limitations of conventional code practice and offers practical remedies built on the best attributes of form-based codes. This book argues the strongest case to date for form-based approaches and is a must-read for those who care about the design of authentic and resilient places and the processes involved in crafting them." - Peter Park, Director, Peter J. Park, LLC, City Planning and Design, USA "Onaran's book offers a clear view of both the methods and potential of well-framed and well-applied form-based codes. He focuses less on deep theory and more on principles and practical applications as he invites designers, planners and regulators to become well acquainted with what will surely become the zoning tool of choice in the 21st century." - Stefanos Polyzoides, Partner, Moule & Polyzoides Architects and Urbanists, USA
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Korkut Onaran is a Founder Principal of Pel-Ona Architects and Urbanists. He also teaches as adjunct faculty at the College of Architecture and Planning, University of Colorado at Denver, USA. Urbanism, regulation cultures, and development codes have been a focus of his teaching and practice.
Chapter 1: Introduction Chapter 2: The traffic light versus the officer Chapter 3: Informalization and the intellectual forces behind it Chapter 4: Challenges of informalization and the Vivant Cycle Chapter 5: Effective communication in interactive review processes Chapter 6: Archetypes and typologies Chapter 7: Crafting of lot types Chapter 8: Transect-based organization of a code that uses lot types Chapter 9: Dynamic lot types and tools to craft them Chapter 10: Coding for resilience Chapter 11: Conclusion