Regional Design book, edited by Neuman and Zonneveld

Michael Neuman and Wil Zonneveld (eds) (2021) The Routledge Handbook of Regional Design, New York/Abingdon: Routledge, ISBN 9780367258665, 464 pages.

Routledge recently published a new volume in its ongoing Handbook series: The Routledge Handbook of Regional Design. The book is edited by Michael Neuman (University of Westminster) and Wil Zonneveld. Next to a section on the intellectual underpinnings and practices of regional design and another section on education, management and governance two large sections include in total 16 case studies covering regions on six continents. Although there are some important differences in regional design, these case chapters show a genuine revival of design on the regional level. Including the introduction seven chapters are (co-)authored by members of the Spatial Planning & Strategy Section. In alphabetical order: Verena Balz, Andreas Faludi, Remon Rooij, Lei Qu and Wil Zonneveld.

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