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2007 Volume 11.2

Editorial comment

Urban morphology and policy: bridging the gap


The application of geospatial technology to urban morphological research
C.P. Lo   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 4MB]

Extending the compass of plan analysis: a Chinese exploration
J.W.R. Whitehand and K. Gu   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 7MB]

The morphological basis of urban design: experiments in Giudecca, Venice
F. Gygax   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 108MB]

Transitions in the forms of Midwestern county seats on the American frontier
T. Schmiedeler   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 7MB]


Comparing metropolitan regions P. Hess

GPS and historical maps on hand-held computers P. Jones

The potential for Chinese urban morphology P. Gaubatz

[Viewpoints, PDF]


ISUF Presidentís report G.L. Maffei

Urban morphology in the 'City by the Bay' M. Novak

[Reports, PDF]

Book reviews

B. Gauthiez et al. (2003) Village et ville au Moyen Age K. Lilley

G.A. Boyd (2006) Dublin 1745-1922 J. Prunty

B.A. Sandalack and A. Nicolai (2006) The Calgary project M. Novak

[Book reviews, PDF]

Book notes

[Book notes, PDF]

Notes and notices

- International conference on urban history

- Urban morphological research at SCUT

- Society of Architectural Historians

- Journal of Urbanism

- Jacqueline Tatom

- Approaches in urban morphology

- Relevance of traditional architecture

- Ville Recherche Diffusion