Industrial urbanism: places of pruduction

Tali Hatuka (Curator), Eran Ben-Joseph (Curator)

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"Since the Industrial Revolution, cities and industry have grown and evolved together. However, despite this shared past, popular notions of urban industry tend to focus on the negative aspects of manufacturing: pollution, environmental degradation, and the exploitation of labor. ndustrial Urbanism: Places of Production moves the conversation beyond these overly-simplified and overly-negative characterizations. It explores the relationship between current urban planning practices and the types of places that are being designed and designated for the production of goods today. In the midst of shifting labor markets, technological changes, and resurgent metropolitan growth, the need to reimagine the role of industry in our cities is greater than ever. Our exhibition reexamines how industry can create place, sustain jobs, and promote environmental sustainability, all within the urban fabric"--
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationTel Aviv, Israel; Cambridge, MA
PublisherTel Aviv University; Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Number of pages79
StatePublished - 2014

ULI Keywords

  • uli
  • Cities and towns
  • City planning
  • Industries
  • Urban policy
  • Global cities -- Cities and towns
  • Municipalities -- Cities and towns
  • Towns
  • Urban areas -- Cities and towns
  • Urban systems -- Cities and towns
  • Cities and towns -- Planning
  • City planning -- Government policy
  • Civic planning
  • Land use, Urban -- Management
  • Land use, Urban -- Planning
  • Model cities -- City planning
  • Redevelopment, Urban
  • Slum clearance -- City planning
  • Town planning
  • Urban design
  • Urban development -- City planning
  • Urban planning
  • Industrial production -- Industries
  • Industry
  • Cities and state
  • Urban problems


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