urbanistically

urbanistically

(ˌɜːbəˈnɪstɪklɪ)
adv
(Human Geography) in an urbanistic manner
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Scully not only encouraged many young architects to become preservation activists; he also encouraged them to look with fresh eyes at modern buildings that the blinkered Modernists had dismissed, like the romantic and urbanistically appropriate New York skyscrapers of the 1920s and the Collegiate Gothic quadrangles designed by James Gamble Rogers that Yale built to maintain its identity within an industrial city.
We can rebuild a sustainable neighborhood where Buffalo started," says Tim, donning prophet robes, "and it can restart from this site following a philosophy based on historic preservation and what works urbanistically.
McCahill has done an admirable job of drawing together diverse evidence that explores these pontificates politically, artistically, urbanistically, and ceremonially.
They were festive squares that served as an urbanistically, functionally, and ideologically important place, while allowing to lay wreaths at the monuments and hold commemorations.
In Norway, "you're not trained in school to think urbanistically that much," Christensen says.
There is no clear architectural dominant, bold silhouette, high structure, which no doubt is a typical element of many historically and urbanistically less important towns and settlements.
The decision to place the entrance on the corner of Theresien-strasse and Tuerkenstrasse seems the correct one urbanistically, despite resulting in a mute relationship with the well-used green space between the back of the Brandhorst and the Pinakothek der Moderne.
This is a circumstance in which all the qualities of the project that make a difference, architecturally and urbanistically, are there, being protected.
A review of the various phases on display at the evening event showed each to be markedly different in architectural terms, although urbanistically coherent.
Director of the Tate Nicholas Serota said, 'This is an extraordinary building in glass which will dramatically transform the possibilities, not just urbanistically, but also from the point of view of our programme.
In short, I argue that nuns' nobility enhanced the spiritual value of Neapolitan convents after Trent, and that such status was communicated discursively, architecturally, and urbanistically.
In our study, we investigated whether this imagery of obsoleteness and decay of the working-class uses on the street could possibly represent one type of visual signification, one conditioned by common images of what is prosperity and what is urbanistically attractive.