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References [1] Cuthbert, A. (2006) The Form of Cities, Political Economy and Urban Design, Blackwell Publishing, Oxford. [2] Cuthbert, A. (2011) Understanding Cities, Method in Urban Design, Routledge, London. [3] McGlynn, S. (1993) ‘Reviewing the Rhetoric’ in R. Hayward and S. McGlynn eds., Making Better Places, Urban Design Now, Architectural Press, Oxford. [4] Carmona, M. et al (2006) Public places, Urban Spaces, Architectural Press, Oxford. [5] Punter, J. (1990) ‘The Ten Commandments of architecture and urban design’, The Planner, 76 (39). [6] Lang, J (2005

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.02.2018. Birkeland, J., 2014: Systems and social change for sustainable and resilient cities. In: Pearson, L., Newton, P. and Roberts, P. editors, Resilient sustainable cities, London: Routledge, pp. 66-82. Birkeland, J. and Knight-Lenihan, S., 2016: Biodiversity offsetting and net positive design. In: Journal of Urban Design. Vol. 21(1), pp. 50-66. DOI: 10.1080/13574809.2015.1129891 Birkeland, J. and Schooneveldt, J., 2002: ACT sustainability audit: A material flows analysis of the residential sector of Canberra. Canberra: Planning and Land Management Authority (republished by

‘cityness’ and how that word, has immediately been picked up. This shows there is huge eagerness and huge needs for new words” ( Koolhaas 2007 : 320). The rediscovery and reformulation of a discipline of urban design involves both defining urbanism as the field in which this practice operates, and a matter of authorising this practice as something that professionals do. Urbanism is broadly defined as the study of cities (their urban and social change), but different fields concentrate on different aspects. In architecture and urban planning, the urban form, structure

. Sheller & S. Wind (2014) Together and Apart: Ambiences and Negotiation in Families’ Everyday Life and Mobility , Mobilities 10(3) 2015 [paper published online 21.01.2014], 363–382. DOI: 10.1080/17450101.2013.868158. Jensen, O. B., S. Wind & D. B. Lanng (2015) Mobilitetsforskning. Byen, bevægelsen og planlægning , BYPLAN, 4/15, 34–39 [in Danish]. Jensen, O.B. & Lanng, D.B. (2017) Mobilities Design: Urban designs for mobile situations , Routledge, New York. Krieger, A. & Saunders, W., eds., (2009) Urban Design , University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis. Lanng, D. B

, P., (2010). Water-Sensitive Urban Design Aqua-Tex Scientific Consulting Ltd ., Victoria, B.C., Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation. Berle, D., Harrison, K., Seymour, R., Wade G., Waltz, C., Westerfield, R. (2007). Best Management Practices for Landscape Water Conservation , The University of Georgia, Cooperative Extintion, Colleges of Agriculural and Environmental sciences and family and consumer sciences. Brisbane City Council, (2006). Landscape Design Guidelines for Water Conservation , Austrialia. Brown, C. (2007). Urban Landscape Guide Manual , Chris

Netherlands : strategies for neighbourhood revitalization Proceedings of the 9th International Space Syntax Symposium Stockholm KTH 2013 122:1 122:14 Hillier, B., Sahbaz, O. Crime and urban design : an evidence based approach. Designing sustainable cities [R. Cooper, G. Evans, C. Boyko, ed.]. Singapore: Blackwell, 2009, p. 162–185. Hillier B. Sahbaz O. Crime and urban design : an evidence based approach Designing sustainable cities Cooper R. Evans G. Boyko C. Singapore Blackwell 2009 162 185 Tarkhanyan, L. Drug crime and the urban mosaic : the locational choices of drug

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Research was undertaken in order to examine the ways colour has been coordinated in urban design in Poland and Slovakia – especially reasons and conditions under which colour planning started and thereafter operated. The methodology employed included an analysis of archival materials, interviews with designers and public officials as well as field studies. Five colour plans were analysed from the following points of view: the circumstances of their initiation, the methodology and process of their elaboration, the method and degree of implementation and their ‘life’ over the following years. The aim of this study is to compare and analyse the impact of individual colour plans in order to get an input for strengthening the professional and scientific approach to colour planning through lessons learnt from these examples.

. Medical History, Vol. 42, pp. 455–472. Littlefair, P. J (2011) Site layout planning for daylight, and sunlight: a guide to good practice . BRE Report, CRC, Garston. Second edition. Hraška, J. (2004) Solar and daylight rights in Slovakia – their meaning for energy and urban design . In: Proceedings of Contexts of Architecture, 38th International Conference of Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA), Launceston, Australia, 10-12 Nov. 2004, pp. 265–269. Darula, S. – Christoffersen, J. – Malikova, M. (2015) Sunlight and insolation of building interiors. Energy Procedia

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The article presents the cultural heritage of the mediaeval town of Lipnica Murowana, located in Lesser Poland in Bochnia County. This historic town can boast valuable architectonic and urban design buildings. These are the church of St. Leonard; the church of St. Andrew the Apostle; the church of St. Simon; the Starost’s House; the Ledóchowski Manor; the school building, relics of town housing and, primarily, the mediaeval urban layout with a market square. The article presents the history of the abovementioned historic buildings and spaces, and analyses their current protection and conservation guidelines.