Site Analysis: Linking Program and Concept in Land Planning and Design
Publisher: Wiley | ISBN: 0471344125 | edition 2001 | CHM | 224 pages | 11,1 mb
The process of evaluating the use of evaluating the use of land for institutional and residential development is clearly and comprehensively outlined in a very logical and systematic manner; relating, through a "program", the critical needs of a potential developer to the realities of the site.
The publication begins with a detailed description of the programming and site selection approaches which then leads to a description of the attributes that need to be considered for investigation within the site analysis.
The development of a "program" for site planning projects which includes architecture is both essential and uncommon. Although many of the examples are of relatively large-scale urban sites, the approach is applicable for all sizes of development. (Professor Laurence E. Coffin, Jr., FASLA, AICP reveiewed SITE ANALYSIS for the International Institute of Site Planning)