actually no because the whole street is under v/b plans with same addition up to 14-16 floorshttps://www.google.co.il/maps/place...047470a6e3caf56!8m2!3d32.0832294!4d34.8248432
Maybe too high in this neighborhood....But indeed a good replacement...
Doesn't matter, 14-16 floors it's too much to create or even, in this case, preserve the atmosphere of the neighborhood.actually no because the whole street is under v/b plans with same addition up to 14-16 floors
aura project next door:
And who wrote these "studies in urbanism"? It's just a person's opinion, unless there is some kind of scientific evidence.Doesn't matter, 14-16 floors it's too much to create or even, in this case, preserve the atmosphere of the neighborhood.
Studies in urbanism say that 6 floors are the maximum height to preserve te human scale and the sense of neighborhood, not too much people/cars but not too little.
And I don't think that is nice spread hiigh buildings everywhere, they should be together in clusters of offices, malls, parks and public transportation.
Because curvy roads slow down cars and decrease traffic from outside the neighbourhood.Speaking of the orthogonal grid, why are the new cities created with curvy and windy roads everywhere?
both not always true.-Increases walking distances
-Effective publis transportation is harder to establish