Buildings—Design and construction.
Description / Table of Contents:
Part 1. Framework -- Chapter 1 The Moveable Nexus, Transforming Thinking on Cities -- Chapter 2 A moveable Nexus: framework for food-energy-water design and planning -- Chapter 3 M-NEX methodology: a design-led approach to the FEW-Nexus -- Part II Design for food in M-Nex -- Chapter 4 Nature driven planning for the FEW-Nexus in Western Sydney -- Chapter 5 The flexible scaffold: design praxis in the FEW-nexus -- Chapter 6 Spatialised method for analysing the impact of food -- Chapter 7 Synergetic planning and designing with urban FEW-flows: lessons from Rotterdam Nico Tillie.-Chapter 8 Le Fouture de Groningen; towards transformational food-positive landscapes -- Chapter 9 Mapping the FEW-Nexus across cascading scales: contexts for Detroit from region to city -- Chapter 10 Redesigning the Urban Food Life through the Participatory Living Lab Platform - Practices in Suburban Areas of the Tokyo Metropolitan Region -- Chapter 11 The Regenerative City - positive opportunities of coupling urban energy transition with added values to people and environment -- Chapter 12 Pig farming vs. Solar farming: exploring novel opportunities for the energy transition -- Chapter 13 Proposal for a database of food-energy-water-nexus projects -- Chapter 14 Linking urban food system and environmental sustainability for the resilience of the cities: the case of Tokyo -- Chapter 15 TransFEWmotion: designing urban metabolism as an M-NEX -- Index.
Type of Medium:
1 Online-Ressource(XX, 342 p. 185 illus., 131 illus. in color.)
1st ed. 2021.
Contemporary Urban Design Thinking