Partizánske in Slovakia – an example of a typical planned European industrial city founded in 1938 together with a shoemaking factory in which practically all adult inhabitants of the city were employed.
Monumental Axis, Brasília designed by Oscar Niemeyer and Lúcio Costa
Jacobs as chair of a Greenwich Village civic group at a 1961 press conference
1852 city plan of Pori by G.T. von Chiewitz
Model of Dubai Sports City in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Cover of The Death and Life of Great American Cities
Berlin - Siegessäule. August 1963. Spacious and organized city planning in Germany was official government policy dating back to Nazi rule.
Ebenezer Howard's influential 1902 diagram, illustrating urban growth through garden city "off-shoots"
Jacobs fought to prevent Washington Square Park, pictured, from being demolished for a highway
Street Hierarchy and Accessibility
Jane Jacobs, urban design activist and author of The Death and Life of Great American Cities.
Jacobs lived at 69 Albany Avenue (white porch) in Toronto's Annex for 35 years
Jakriborg, in Sweden, started in the late 1990s as a new urbanist eco-friendly new town near Malmö
Jacobs with Ecotrust foreman Spencer Beebe in Portland, Oregon, 2004
L'Enfant's plan for Washington DC
A "Jane's Walk" group pauses at Fort York National Historic Site in Toronto
Gehl Architects' project for Brighton New Road employing shared space
Protest banner during the Climate Change Camp 2007 at Heathrow Airport in London.
Boulevard Haussmann, Paris (Georges-Eugène Haussmann)
Vienna Ring Road, Vienna, (Georges-Eugène Haussmann)
Circus, Bath completed in 1768
Brasília (Oscar Niemeyer, Lúcio Costa)
Palace of Assembly (Chandigarh) (1952–1961) (Le Corbusier)
Headquarters of the United Nations
FDR Drive designed by Robert Moses
Market Street, Celebration, Florida
New urbanist Sankt Eriksområdet quarter in Stockholm, Sweden, built in the 1990s
Poundbury, Dorset
BedZED, Hackfield, London
BedZED, Hackfield, London
Arcosanti, Arizona

Linking the fields of architecture as well as planning to better organize physical space and community environments.

- Urban design

Similarly, in the early 21st century, Jane Jacob's writings on legal and political perspectives to emphasize the interests of residents, businesses and communities effectively influenced urban planners to take into broader consideration of resident experiences and needs while planning.

- Urban planning

As a woman and a writer who criticized experts in the male-dominated field of urban planning, Jacobs endured scorn from established figures.

- Jane Jacobs

It is closely related to the field of urban design and some urban planners provide designs for streets, parks, buildings and other urban areas.

- Urban planning

Important writers on urban design theory include Christopher Alexander, Peter Calthorpe, Gordon Cullen, Andres Duany, Jane Jacobs, Jan Gehl, Allan B. Jacobs, Kevin Lynch, Aldo Rossi, Colin Rowe, Robert Venturi, William H. Whyte, Camillo Sitte, Bill Hillier (Space syntax), and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk.

- Urban design

Later that year, the Rockefeller Foundation awarded a grant to Jacobs to produce a critical study of city planning and urban life in the U.S. (From the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s, the foundation's Humanities Division sponsored an "Urban Design Studies" research program, of which Jacobs was the best known grantee.) Gilpatric encouraged Jacobs to "explor[e] the field of urban design to look for ideas and actions which may improve thinking on how the design of cities might better serve urban life, including cultural and humane value."

- Jane Jacobs
Partizánske in Slovakia – an example of a typical planned European industrial city founded in 1938 together with a shoemaking factory in which practically all adult inhabitants of the city were employed.

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