The paper reports on theoretical research building on the work of Steadman, Marshall and others that examines in detail the basis for correlating the outputs of configurational analysis and urban tissue analysis. The aim of the research is to raise the yield of analysis when combining configurational and typo-morphological methods. A broader, overarching aim is to establish a bridge between the two different approaches to urban morphology that facilitates communication and helps to develop a more comprehensive and coherent set of concepts for understanding the structure and dynamics of the built environment.
Kropf, Karl S.
Faculty of Technology, Design and Environment\School of the Built Environment\Planning
Year of publication: 2017Date of RADAR deposit: 2017-10-23
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