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Cover: Residential Waterfront, Borneo Sporenburg, Amsterdam: Adriaan Geuze, West 8 urban design & landscape architecture, The Seventh Veronica Rudge Green Prize in Urban Design, from Harvard University PressCover: Residential Waterfront, Borneo Sporenburg, Amsterdam in PAPERBACK

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Residential Waterfront, Borneo Sporenburg, Amsterdam

Adriaan Geuze, West 8 urban design & landscape architecture, The Seventh Veronica Rudge Green Prize in Urban Design

Edited by Rodolfo Machado

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$19.95 • £15.95 • €18.00

ISBN 9780935617832

Publication Date: 09/30/2006

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From the Introduction:

To talk about this project is easy, because the story of its making is so complex and the results (the public places, the houses, the feeling of civility in the air) so wonderfully rich. There is always something thoughtful and provocative to be said about Borneo Sporenburg. When one reads or hears about the vicissitudes of the project’s evolution—about the long approval processes and the large cast of characters—it all seems like an excellent piece of narrative, a great plot replete with subplots leading us to intense episodes of dramatic action. There is something for everyone in the story of these peninsulas.

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