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How urban planning has evolved since the 18th century

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by Lucy Wang last modified Apr 13, 2016

Our built environment plays a huge role in how our society functions and even has an effect on our daily happiness and wellbeing. As times have changed, from our modes of transit to the trend of denser living, so too has our approach to urban planning. Architect Kon von der Schulenburg of Cantrell & Crowley Architects & Interior Designers created an infographic that explores and highlights the evolution of urban planning all the way back to the 18th century. From Giambattista Nolli’s iconic Nolli...




 

 

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Our built environment plays a huge role in how our society functions and even has an effect on our daily happiness and wellbeing. As times have changed, from our modes of transit to the trend of denser living, so too has our approach to urban planning. Architect Kon von der Schulenburg of Cantrell & Crowley Architects & Interior Designers created an infographic that explores and highlights the evolution of urban planning all the way back to the 18th century. From Giambattista Nolli’s iconic Nolli Map to Andres Duany’s sometime controversial New Urbanist model, keep reading to see an array of different urban planning ideas and depictions from the past three hundred years.



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