urbanistic

ur·ban·ist

 (ŭr′bə-nĭst)
n.
A specialist in the study and planning of cities.

ur′ban·is′tic adj.

urbanistic

(ˌɜːbəˈnɪstɪk)
adj
(Human Geography) of or relating to an urbanist or their work
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He photographed urbanistic impressions with an alienated vision: very remote mass housing areas, barriers, building fragments from the lower angle,; indifferent people walking, waiting, smoking...
Still, some use was made here of the theorizations of suburbs and the suburbanization process, and of the general urbanistic study, in contexts where I felt it could help in understanding the case.
Alonso also pointed out that Qatar's "extremely fast" population growth in the past 5 to 10 years was a clear indicator that "people are all putting their faith in Qatar." "They're sure that the infrastructure, urbanistic development, and high-value projects are coming here.
Supported by the introduction of Soviet drywall in Cuba, followed by the practice of prefabrication as a construction method, the state initiated an urbanistic plan for the construction of a massive housing infrastructure.
Other sections cover the urbanistic space, the architectural space, building components, the civic space, drawings, and facts and figures.
During 20 years the neighborhood was in an uncertain situation, which had a strong impact on its social, economic, architectural and urbanistic characteristics.
Its urbanistic programme, the modalities of the commission, the very choice of the architect made it an urban project that broke as much with official functionalism as with the regional criticism that would become widespread at the end of the 1960s.
because of them there is no urbanistic relationship" (Municipal director, personal communication, June 2013).
The only point of contact lies in the pace of urbanistic development of their central public areas.
For him, the cities could only be a way out for humanity if they could be rebuilt using the forms of rural communities, meaning, by "ways of the campesino organization." (14) Schwantes does not believe in social transformation based on urbanistic techniques and machinery but instead in forms of organization that already existed before capitalism.