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Introduction to Residential Layout by Mike Biddulph (2006, Paperback)
Satisfaction is guaranteed with every order. Be the first to write a review. About this product Synopsis Introduction to Residential Layout is ideal for students and practitioners of urban design, planning, engineering, architecture and landscape seeking a comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of designing and laying out residential areas.
Mike Biddulph provides a clear and coherent framework from which introduvtion offers comprehensive practical advice for designers of housing developments. Referring to a wealth of international examples, this is a richly illustrated, accessible resource covering the whole range of issues that should be considered byanyone engaging in the planning and design of a new residential scheme.
A successful residential development must work on many levels ‘ financial, social and environmental. This book includes analysis of commercial viability, the importance of place making, environmental sustainability and designing accessibility. Mike Biddulph biddulh successful approaches to designing out crime and maximising permeability as part of an integrated approach to urban design.
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Highly illustrated throughout, this work will show you how to turn design aspirations and principles into practical design solutions. Written without preconceptions, Introduction to Residential Designhighlights the residentlal and weaknesses of particular design solutions to encourage both depth of thought and creativity. Mike Biddulph is Senior Lecturer in Urban Design at Cardiff University Throughout the ‘long eighteenth century’ Britain layoyt heavily reliant upon soldiers from states within the Holy Roman Empire to augment British forces during times of war, especially in the repeated conflicts with Laout.
The disparity in populations between these two rival powers, and the British public’s reluctance to maintain a large standing army, made this external source of manpower of crucial importance.
Whereas the majority of these forces were acting in the capacity of allies, ‘auxiliary’ forces were hired as well, and from the mid-century onwards, a small but steadily increasing number of German men would serve within British regiments or distinct formations referred to as ‘Foreign Corps’. Employing, or allying with these troops would result in these Anglo-German armies operating not only on the European continent but in the American Colonies, Caribbean and within the British Isles as well.
Within these multinational coalitions, soldiers would encounter and interact with one another niddulph a variety of professional and informal venues, and resivential participants recorded their opinions of these foreign ‘brother-soldiers’ in journals, private correspondence, or memoirs.
Although their impressions borrowed from many prevalent stereotypes, especially in analyses fo national character, these soldiers had a unique perspective and their writings reflect this.
These men belonged to thesoldiering profession, and this solidarity among military men would often focus their attention away from national or cultural distinctions, and towards defining how their allies adhered to the common ideal of a good soldier.
The result was that though the British public may have maintained a derogatory attitude towards German soldiers, Britain’s own military men – due to shared identities and experiences – viewed them far more favourably.
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