Zhengzhou

From Rail-City to Metro-polis

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SpecificationsBinding: Soft bound with Flaps Size: 11 x 11″ Square Pages: 180pp ISBN: 978-1-941806-78-4 Publication Date: Spring 2019 World Rights: Available

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The book investigates the multitude of metro and its contribution to the city not only as a functional infrastructure but also as an urbanistic project with the potential of transforming the urban space through an extreme case of Zhengzhou, which contains the arguably one of the most important infrastructural history in China. A city based on railway is switching into a new era of metro, which is going to both strengthen its old city center and further to serve for the new district development as new urban spines. The book contains the systematic research on the urbanistic capacity of metro through the qualitative and quantitative analysis and the speculative design for the city around the metro.

Joan Busquets, a world-renowned urban planner and architect, is the first Martin Bucksbaum Professor in Practice of Urban Planning and Design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design.

Dingliang Yang is currently a teaching fellow and research associate, as well as a Doctor of Design Candidate at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design. He is the founding principal of VARY Design.

Binding

Soft bound with Flaps

Size

11 x 11" Square

Pages

180pp

ISBN

978-1-941806-78-4

Publication date

Spring 2019

World rights