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ASSESSMENT OF LAND-USE IMPACTS OF HIGHWAYS IN SMALL URBAN AREAS
Alan j, Horowitz, Patricia M. Mulligan and Eric R. Hansen
Evaluating existing techniques for assessing the secondary land-use impacts of highway projects on small communities, three promising techniques were applied to case studies in Wausau, Eau Claire, Sheboygan, and Wisconsin Rapids. These techniques were: a structured expert panel evaluation, a Lowry
land-use model, and a quantitative "checklist'' approach. This report summarizes the advantages and limitations of each approach for forecasting secondary
land-use impacts of highways.
Pp. iv + 177, maps, tables, and figures
FORM/SPACE AND THE LANGUAGE OF ARCHITECTURE
Frederick A. Jules
An analysis of the perception and meaning of architecture and urban design from a Gestalt point of view. The report looks at meanings associated with architecture and relates these to a visual grammar that can be used to organize meaningful architectural compositions. Highly illustrated with photographs and sketches of buildings and urban spaces. Reprinted 1980.
Pp. viii + 89; photographs and drawings
THE CITIES OF JAMES DUANE DOTY
James W. Shields
A monograph documenting the numerous cities designed by James Duane Doty during the period 1824-57. Reproductions of many original drawings are accompanied by analysis and interpretation of the design work. A synopsis of the political, economic and artistic interpretations under which Doty worked has been developed for each design. Further, the research compares the original intent of Doty's designs with the built manifestations of his work over a period of many years.
Pp. iv + 152; illustrations, plans and maps