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Urban Morphology Online Articles 1997 - 2001

Arntz, K. Authoritarian townscapes and laissez-faire change: understanding central Potsdam's built form 1998(2) pp. 93-104 PDF
Boerefijn, W. Designing the medieval new town 2000(2) pp. 49-62 PDF
Conzen, M.P. The study of urban form in the United States 2001(1) pp. 3-14 PDF
Corsini, M.G. Residential building types in Italy before 1930: the significance of local typological processes 1997(1) pp. 34-48 PDF
Curdes, G. Urban form and innovation: the case of Cologne 1998(1) pp. 11-18 PDF
Darin, M. The study of urban form in France 1998(2) pp. 63-76 PDF
Darin, M. French belt boulevards 2000(1) pp. 3-8 PDF
Dufaux, F. A new world from two old ones: the evolution of Montreal's tenements, 1850-1892 2000(1) pp. 9-19 PDF
Fehl, G. Versailles as an urban model: new court-towns in Germany ca.1700 1999(1) pp. 3-20 PDF
Ferdelman, D. Inner-city destruction and survival: the case of Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati 2001(1) pp. 15-27 PDF
Koster, E.A. Urban Morphology and computers 1998(1) pp. 3-7 PDF
Koter, M. The plans of medieval Polish towns 1999(2) pp. 63-78 PDF
Kropf, K.S. Conceptions of change in the built environment 2001(1) pp. 29-42 PDF
Kubat, A.S. The morphological history of Istanbul 1999(1) pp. 28-41 PDF
Kulesza, M. The plans of medieval Polish towns 1999(2) pp. 63-78 PDF
Larkham, P.J. Institutions and urban form: the example of universities 2000(2) pp. 63-77 PDF
Levy, A. Urban morphology and the problem of the modern urban fabric: some questions for research 1999(2) pp. 79-85 PDF
Lilley, K.D. Taking measures across the medieval landscape: aspects of urban design before the Renaissance 1998(2) pp. 82-92 PDF
Malfroy, S. Urban morphology and projectconsulting: a Berlin experience 2001(2) pp. 63-80 PDF
McGlynn, S. The funnel, the sieve and the template: towards an operational urban morphology 2000(2) pp. 79-89 PDF
Moudon, A.V. Urban Morphology as an emerging interdisciplinary field 1997(1) pp. 3-10 PDF
Mugavin, D. A philosophical base for urban morphology 1999(2) pp. 95-99 PDF
Nitz, H.-J. Medieval towns with grid plan andcentral market place in east-central Europe: origins and diffusion in the early-thirteenth century 2001(2) pp. 81-97 PDF
Samuels, I. The funnel, the sieve and the template: towards an operational urban morphology 2000(2) pp. 79-89 PDF
Satoh, S. The morphological transformation of Japanese castle-town cities 1997(1) pp. 11-18 PDF
Scheer, B.C. Inner-city destruction and survival: the case of Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati 2001(1) pp. 15-27 PDF
Siksna, A. The evolution of block size and form in North American and Australian city centres 1997(1) pp. 19-33 PDF
Vilagrasa Ibarz, J. The study of urban form in Spain 1998(1) pp. 35-44 PDF
Whitehand, J.W.R. British urban morphology: the Conzenian tradition 2001(2) pp. 103-109 PDF