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Title Early modern urbanism and the grid : town planning in the Low Countries in international context : exchanges in theory and practice, 1550-1800 / edited by Piet Lombaerde & Charles van den Heuvel

Publ Info Turnhout : Brepols, [2011]
2011
Turnhout : Brepols, [2011]
2011
LOCATION CALL # STATUS NOTE
 RWU Arch  ARCH NA9207 .E27 2011    AVAILABLE
Descript xix, 252 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
text rdacontent
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text rdacontent
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Series Architectura moderna ; v. 10
Note Proceedings of a conference held May 8, 2009 in Antwerp
Includes bibliographical references (p. 225-236) and index
Text in English with some German
From the late sixteenth century until around 1800, new ideas and practices of urban planning and the implementation of public buildings, water works and fortifications from the Low Countries were disseminated across Europe and America. Engineers, mathematicians and other scientists in the Low Countries applied methods of design and land surveying that were gradually assimilated and often modified following exchanges within local practice. In some cases, models were projected onto the existing situation. This phenomenon of disseminating and exchanging theoretical models and practical methods between the Low Countries, Europe and its colonies during this period developed into a new Early Modern Urbanism movement within the Western world
LC subject City planning -- Netherlands -- History -- Congresses
City planning -- Belgium -- History -- Congresses
City planning -- Mathematical models -- History -- Congresses
Architecture, Modern -- History -- 17th century -- Congresses
Grids (Crisscross patterns)
Add Author Lombaerde, Piet, 1948-
Heuvel, Charles van den
ISBN 9782503540733
2503540732