In the future, successful cities will be productive in many ways - socially, economically and ecologically. Networks of open space wil be esssential if cities are to remain desirable and environmentally sustainable. Urban landscape, like buildings, will become multifunctional, thereby enabling beneficial exchanges between the constructed and natural environments.
|Title of host publication||The British Papers|
|Subtitle of host publication||Current Thinking On Sustainable City Design|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||2|
|Publication status||Published - 16 Sep 2015|
- Continuous Productive Urban Landscape
- Urban agriculture
- Second Nature
- Sustainable cities
- School of Architecture and Design - Deputy HoS Research and Enterprise
- Design for Circular Cities and Regions (DCCR) Research and Enterprise Group
Viljoen, A., & Bohn, K. (2015). Second Nature Urban Agriculture: Designing the Productive City. In A. Brady (Ed.), The British Papers: Current Thinking On Sustainable City Design (pp. 45-46). RIBA Publishing.