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Scanning Cities From the Air

By (author) Li Zhenyu

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  • The product of sixteen years of work
  • Includes 55 cities and more than 300 aerial photographs taken all over the world, from Amsterdam to Bangkok, and from Washington, DC to Xiamen
Full Description
Over the past sixteen years, during Dr Li Zhenyu's travels he has amassed a massive collection of aerial photographs of cities. They serve as an alternative way to read cities. This book contains 300+ of the photographs, showing a different way to read a city compared with what is experienced every day on the ground. There are 55 cities showcased, and these are organised into sections by continent.
About the Author
Li Zhenyu, Dean and Professor at the College of Architecture and Urban Planning at Tongji University, is a National Class 1 Registered Architect, He is a Member of the Disciplinary Review Team of Architecture, the National Committee of Academic Degrees, the Scientific Advisory Committee of the Bauhaus Foundation, Germany, and also the Editorial Committee of Time + Architecture. He obtained his Bachelor in Architecture in 1986, and his Masters in Architecture in 1989, having been mentored for the latter by Prof. Chen Congzhou. He was awarded his Ph.D. in Architecture from Tongji University in 2003, having been mentored by Prof. Liu Yun. He has been teaching at Tongji University since 1989 and was a visiting scholar at the Technical University Berlin (1999-2001) with Prof. Peter Herrle. He combines teaching with research and practicing architecture, with a focus on housing and community design, diplomatic architecture, and international collaboration on architectural education.
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Specifications
Publisher
Tongji University Press
ISBN
9787560872278
Published
26th Feb 2018
Binding
Paperback / softback
Territory
World excluding China
Size
210 mm x 140 mm
Pages
312 Pages
Illustrations
257 color, 44 b&w
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