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Breathing Cities: Visualising Urban Movement

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Every morning the world's major cities see the influx of millions of people, and every evening the same cities see an exodus. This book examines the impact of movement in the city, describing urban environments not in terms of static structures such as buildings and roads, but in terms of the movement of people, cars, ideas and money. It takes a visual approach to the ...more
Paperback, 127 pages
Published April 10th 2000 by Princeton Architectural Press
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Nick Barley is director of the Edinburgh International Book Festival (2009- ) and has worked as a publisher and editor in the arts field, including design journal Blueprint and Scottish cultural magazine The List.

He was a judge for the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize in 2012 and will be chairing the judges of the Man Booker International Prize 2017.

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