Urban design process with community participation for streetscapes in Hanoi
"Urban design" and "community participation" are two topics that attract attention of the professionals and the society in these recent years in Vietnam. However, these topics are not studied and piloted thoroughly enough to have effective urban design process with community involvements in each step of the process. The new content of this research is to use 'road space' and 'streetscape' in Hanoi as a specific object to combine the two topics of 'urban design' and "community participation" into a formative process in which steps, contents of each step, technique and toolkits are proposed in detail.
Article history: Received 16 March 2018, Revised 27 March 2018, Accepted 27 April 2018
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