First published in 2004. This collection brings together five volumes of classic texts of early modern urban planning. These writings stem from the late nineteenth century up to World War II and permits the reader to evaluate the history of urban planning as one of the great characteristics of modernism and lays the groundwork for speculation about the future of urban planning in the fast-emerging new world. Volume 1 includes selected essays.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
What of the City?
The Modern City and its Problems
The Working Woman’s House
Elements of Modern housing
The Master Plan
Theory of community land planning Legislation