Measuring the Non-Measurable 06 – Subjectivities in Investigation of the Urban

Edited or introduced by Darko Radović and Davisi Boontharm, save for the occasional guest editor, this series embraces the topics and issues of both large- and small-scale urbanism: from new tourism practices in Alicante and Tokyo’s overlooked corners, to searching out and measuring intensity and quality in cities, and espousing the need for a non-reductive approach to investigations of the urban. Through in-depth research and complex analytical approaches, it encapsulates the most topical aspects of today’s cities.

Tokyo, 22 x 26 cm, illustrated, 120pp. Hardback.

£18.50
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