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Title: Comparing the Design of Two Yaletown Open Spaces: An Evaluation of Design Elements and the Physical Environment
Authors: Sherstone, Andrew

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Keywords: Vancouver
Urban Design
Yaletown
Design Guidelines
Open Space
Plaza
Parks
Pedestrians
Issue Date: 29-Aug-2011
Abstract: This report compares two open spaces in downtown Vancouver through an evaluation of their design elements based upon literature pertaining to the design of parks and plazas. The intent of this study is to understand the factors that make successful open spaces through an investigation of social indicators,and design elements. This project also aims to examine design elements of open space in Vancouver and how alterations can be made to improve their use.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1974/6674
Appears in Collections:Urban & Regional Planning Graduate Projects
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