I recently completed my ABCs of Urbanism series. Over 13 weeks between September and December 2010, I wrote two posts a week focusing on a different field of urban thought. Over the course of writing each of these 26 entries I covered a range of urban theories and phenomena, ranging from the fanciful to the rudimentary. In writing this series, I’ve learned a lot more about some popular urbanisms (new urbanism, landscape urbanism); been able to focus on some of my favorites (adaptive urbanism and open-source urbanism); and perhaps even coined a new urbanism or two (yuppie urbanism and Zipcar urbanism).
In case you missed an entry, or would like a simpler way of reviewing all the posts, I have created this handy to read eBook compilation of the 26 entries on my ABCs of Urbanism series.
I would love to know which of my ABCs you found most interesting or compelling. Please leave me a comment indicating your favorite urbanism.