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Der Städtebau Oder Methodisches Zur Sinnlichen Praxis

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When, in 1889, Camillo Sitte's Städtebau came out in print in Vienna, it quickly became an unexpected sensation. Sitte's text is a manual for the spatial perception of cities. It was written at the time when intellectuals were feverishly searching for an adequate concept of space, and with this text Sitte de facto "invented" urban space, with all its broader implications. Städtebau is a masterpiece of inter- and transdisciplinary work that can only be understood in its totality but, above all, it is also a concise professional textbook in the conventional sense of the term. The span and complexity of ideas make the book unique, as this article underlines. Jede unserer Erkenntnisse beginnt bei den Empfindungen. Leonardo da Vinci


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