Decision-making with respect to urban design is a particular arena where designerly modes of interaction are used, but placed in the specific context of coordination across a variation of actors. The planning literature that describes how urban design is included in decision-making is poorly connected to design literature. This paper laments this disconnection and shows where design theories reflect planning theories, and where they can further complement in order to create a richer understanding of urban planning.
|Publication status||Published - Nov-2018|
|Event||IASDR - University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, United States|
Duration: 31-Oct-2017 → 3-Nov-2017
|Period||31/10/2017 → 03/11/2017|