New Haven, U.S.A

CIAM 8, Hoddesdon 1951
New Haven, U.S.A.  – ‘project for a replanned city center’, students of Yale University
The following schemes further analyze and study the original project for a town of 160,000.  “The principal elements of the Core comprise municipal buildings, an open auditorium, a municipal theater, a museum, a public library, a paved square for public meetings, and several office buildings and shops grouped around planted patios.  Road access and parking is provided for every building without interfering with free movement of the pedestrian”.

 

For use of this work , reference:  Leontiadis, Stefanie (2015) The Architecture of Public Open Urban Spaces: Syntax and Representation. Saarbrücken: Edizioni Accademiche Italiane .

 

 

New Bastle, Switzerland - ‘a new city neighborhood’, O.Senn et al
Bastle, Switzerland - ‘ a new center for an old city’, O.Senn et al
Chimbote,Peru – J.L.Sert w/Oficina Nacional de Planeamient y Urbanismo
Civic center, California
Coventry, England – ‘a new center for a bombed city’, D.EE.Gibson et al
Graduate center at Harvard campus, Massachussetts - ‘the human scale’, Walter Gropius
Lausanne, Switzerland – ‘a new center for an old city’, W.Vetter 
- New Haven, U.S.A. - ‘project for a replanned city center’, students of Yale University
- Brooklyn, New York, U.S.A. – students of Pratt Institute 
Tretan, Oslo, Norway – ‘a new center of several suburbs’
Paris, France - in search for the core of a city’, J.Alaurent
Pilot PLan of Lima, Peru – P.S.Wiener, J.L.Sert w/Oficina Nacional de Planeamient  y Urbanismo 
Morocco, Rabat Sale  - ‘a new satellite town’, CIAM Group of Morocco
Stevenage, England - ‘project for a residential sector of a new town’,  students of the A.A.
Stevenage, England  – ‘plan for a new town’, Gordon Stephenson
Tumaco, Pacific coast of Colombia - ‘new trends will affect the core’, Paul Lester Wiener

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