Modern masters of urban planning as precursors of the contemporary trend of “green infrastructure” and “urban garden” in the context of ongoing spatial processes

Anna Andrzejewska



The purpose of the article was to indicate the innovativeness and timeliness of the spatial assumptions of the city-garden concepts, satellite estates and “Broadacre City” modernist masters of urban design, i.e. E. Howard, E. May and F.L. Wright in the context of reflecting the social needs of individuals. They were presented in relation of the contemporary trend of “green infrastructure” as effective planning on a city scale, as well as based on the “urban garden” trend which promotes the penetration of green elements between built-up spaces. The key to the above list is a reference to the currently occurring spatial processes and environmental changes.

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