For more than fifty years Jan Gehl has helped to transform urban environments around the world based on his research into the ways people actually use—or could use—the spaces where they live and work. The book has been published in 32 languages and has become a must-read book for everyone, who acts or is interested in urban development all over the world. Jan Gehl is an architect, professor and famous expert on the quality of the urban environment with impressive experience in designing of public spaces. He understands the city's problems deeply and offers approaches and ways for their solution. The book is extensively illustrated with over 700 photos and drawings of examples from Gehl's work around the globe. Ukrainian edition of the book is published in collaboration with Osnovy publishing.
Advanced Studies in Integrated Urban Development 2017/18. Final projects
This publication is the end product of Advanced Studies in Integrated Urban Development 2017/2018 educational program based on the CANactions School methodology.
Mystetskyi Arsenal: Future development scenarios
This publication is the end product of an intensive workshop dealing with the topic 'Spatial and programmatic transformation of the Mystetskyi Arsenal' in relation to the city of Kyiv. The workshop was conceptualized by Vladyslav Tyminskyi, curated by Mirjam Niemeyer and conducted by the Tutors Adriana Pablos (who also coordinated and gave birth to this publication), Fani Kostourou and Victor Cano Ciborro under the supervision of Mirjam Niemeyer. The week-long workshop took place at the end of May 2017 at Mystetskyi Arsenal during the CANactions festival where the results were presented. The publication contains both individual and group work outcomes (images, collages, photo, texts) reflecting the process of elaborating, testing and representing ideas and concepts shaped during the workshop. Authors of individual intellectual production are not indicated.
Advanced Studies in Integrated Urban Development 2016/17: Program Participants' Graduation Projects
Evropeyskyi Visnyk ASIUD Session #3 outcomes, based on the field trip to Lithuania
STUDIO #2: Tackling the Future of Ukrainian (Post)Industrial Cities