Inquery By Design
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📒Inquiry By Design ✍ John Zeisel
✏Inquiry by Design Book Summary : Illustrating his points with many references to actual projects, John Zeisel explains, in non-technical language, the integration of social science research and design. The book provides a provocative text for students in all the fields related to environm
📒Qualitative Urban Analysis ✍ Paul J. Maginn
✏Qualitative Urban Analysis Book Summary : Advocates a 'pragmatic renaissance' within qualitative research - a systematic approach to conducting qualitative research and representing the findings. This book includes chapters that showcase the utility of qualitative research by providing theoretical, methodological and empirical insights into real life research.
📒New Architecture And Urbanism ✍ Deependra Prashad
✏New Architecture and Urbanism Book Summary : This book on “New Architecture and Urbanism: Development of Indian Traditions” builds on the contributions from various architects, planners, educationists, decision-makers & others from across the world who gathered together to create a forum for the promotion of traditional processes and techniques for the creation of the built environment. This forum was initiated by INTBAU India, The International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture and Urbanism in India, and supported by The Nabha Foundation. This book presents the arguments, axioms and case studies related to Traditional Architecture and Urbanism in a sequential format. Firstly it examines the “New ways of looking at Heritage” by separating it from pure history into a living and evolving process. The book looks at what defines traditional methods and their relevance to the contemporary context. It also examines the aspects of Continuity and Contextual frameworks in the built environment. The section on “Sustainable Buildings, Places and Communities” explores the many facets of locally driven processes from the viewpoint of tradition and sustainability. These include many community based planning methods and their applications in shaping the built environment, aspects of environmental sustainability and on how appropriateness could be ingrained into current architectural education. Lastly, the book delves into a number of executed examples in architecture seeking to learn from tradition and examples in “place-making urbanism” which in turn promotes humane, walkable and connected neighbourhoods.
📒The Community Planning Event Manual ✍ Nick Wates
✏The Community Planning Event Manual Book Summary : Want to improve your village? Your town? Your city? A community planning event may be just what you have been waiting for. All over the world people are organizing dynamic collaborative events to improve their surroundings. For a few intensive days, everyone concerned gets an opportunity to have their say and be involved - residents, businesses, professionals and politicians. It's effective and it's fun. From Nick Wates, author of the hugely successful Community Planning Handbook, comes this Event Manual, the first on the subject, which explains why and how to organize community planning events. The book is aimed at anyone - from concerned individuals to community groups to professional planners in business and government - interested in the remarkable potential of community planning events. It includes a step-by-step guide, detailed checklists and other tools for event organisers. The method is user-friendly, flexible and easy to employ in any context from small neighbourhood improvements to major infrastructure and construction projects anywhere in the world. With a Foreword by HRH The Prince of Wales and Introduction by John Thompson.
📒Working Together ✍ Matthew Carmona
✏Working Together Book Summary : Planners and housing providers have to contend with very different constraints on their activities - inevitably leading to a certain amount of disagreement and tension. It is not always easy to reconcile the demands of local public opinion and government policy on the one hand with financial demands on the other. Working Together endeavours to help ease these tensions. It examines the working relationships between housing providers (private housebuilders, registered social landlords (RSLs) and local authority housing departments) and planners. Based on research conducted by the Bartlett School of Planning, the guide identifies and explains the motivations and constraints of the different groups involved in providing housing. The aim of this publication is to help all parties meet their own objectives in a mutually supportive and positive manner and to promote sharing of ideas across organisations. This is achieved through the assembly of twelve in-depth good practice examples, which have identified five routes to better practice. The guide offers practical solutions to overcoming the stresses inherent in housebuilding. More positive working relationships will deliver more efficient and effective development and planning processes as well as creating better quality housing. Working Together is supported jointly by The Royal Town Planning Institute, The Housing Corporation, House Builders Federation, National Housing Federation and Department for Transport, Local Government and the Regions. It is their belief that by adopting the principles outlined in Working Together, benefits will accrue not only to housing consumers, but also to all the parties involved in housing development.
📒Shaping Neighbourhoods ✍ Hugh Barton
✏Shaping Neighbourhoods Book Summary : There is widespread support for the principle of creating healthier and more sustainable neighbourhoods, but the trends are still in the opposite direction. This guide bridges the gap between rhetoric and reality.
📒The Excel Analyst S Guide To Access ✍ Michael Alexander
✏The Excel Analyst s Guide to Access Book Summary : The ultimate handbook for Excel analysts who need reporting solutions using Access Excel and Access are intended to work together. This book offers a comprehensive review of the extensive analytical and reporting functionality that Access provides and how it enhances Excel reporting functions. Sales managers, operations analysts, administrative assistants, office managers, and many others who rely heavily on data can benefit from learning to integrate Excel and Access, and this book shows you how. Coverage includes: Data Analysis in Access & the Basics of Access Beyond Select Queries Transforming Your Data with Access Working with Calculations and Dates Performing Conditional Analysis Adding Dimension with Subqueries and Domain Aggregate Functions Running Descriptive Statistics in Access Scheduling and Running Batch Analysis Leveraging VBA to Enhance Data Analysis Reports, Dashboards, and Visualization in Access Presenting Data with Access Reports Using Pivot Tables and Pivot Charts in Access Enhancing Queries and Reports with Visualizations Advanced Excel and Access Integration Techniques Getting Access Data into Excel Using VBA to Move Data between Excel and Access Exploring Excel and Access Automation Integrating Excel and Access with XML Integrating Excel and Other Office Applications Access VBA Fundamentals Understanding and Using SQL and more! The Excel Analyst's Guide to Access helps you get more from both applications. Note: CD-ROM/DVD and other supplementary materials are not included as part of eBook file.
📒Designing For Building Utilisation ✍ James A. Powell
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