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Corner of a portion of the first large scale mixed use speculative development in Paris created by the Duke of Orleans and opened in 1784. Designed by Victor Louis between 1781-84, it originally contained sixty identical residential units above a continuous arcade and shops designed to serve "a quotidian carnival of appetites." Unfortunately, the composition breaks street and access continuity on an east-west basis making the tranquil square difficult to access as well as cut off from the surrounding neighborhoods.
Paris, France
The urban rural edge at a Georgian crescent in Bath England.
Bath, England
A bicyclist at Subiaco, a transit oriented development in Western Australia
Subiaco Centre, near Perth, Western Australia
Upton is a mixed use, mixed income urban extension to the town of Northampton, originally master planned by The Prince's Foundation for English Partnerships. One of its key features is its commitment to sustainable urban drainage, shown here in front of a mixed income block in the first neighbourhood, opened in 2006.
Upton, Northampton, England
Poundbury is a traditional urban extension to the town of Dorchester, master planned by Leon Krier for HRH The Prince of Wales and the Duchy of Cornwall. As of early 2007 1200 people live at Poundbury and 750 work there, in workplaces mixed into the community. 
This is an image of a cafe in Pommery Square, one of the neighbourhood centres.
Poundbury, Dorchester, County of Dorset, England
Poundbury is a mixed use, mixed income urban extension to the town of Dorchester, master planned by Leon Krier for the Prince of Wales and the Duchy of Cornwall. It is planned around walkable neighbourhoods, and this image depicts the successful grocery store on Pommery Square in the first neighbourhood.
Poundbury, Dorchester, County of Dorset, England
Poundbury is an mixed use, mixed income urban extension master planned by Leon Krier for HRH The Prince of Wales and the Duchy of Cornwall. One of the key principles is to accommodate the automobile while favouring the pedestrian. This lane radiates off of a neighbourhood centre, and it includes affordable houses "pepper-potted" among market rate housing.
Poundbury, Dorchester, County of Dorset, England
Upton is a mixed use, mixed income urban extension of 5000 to the town of Northampton, which was originally master planned in a charrette by the Prince's Foundation. it is organized around a system of sustainable urban drainage, and is being delivered by English Partnerships pursuant to a design code, This is a mews block in Phase One.
Upton, Northampton, England
This image shows sustainable urban drainage systems in a mixed use community master planned by The Prince's Foundation at Upton in England, with English Partnerships and EDAW. The project will eventually be home to 5000 persons, a school and retail. It is intened to integrate urbanism and sustainable drainage, and does so in a T 3 setting.
Upton, Northampton, England
Poundbury is a mixed use, mixed income urban extension to the town of Dorchester, master planned by Leon Krier for HRH The Prince of Wales and the Duchy of Cornwall. This image s of a crescent of villas in Phase 2, designed by Ben Pentreath.
Poundbury, Dorchester, County of Dorset, England
Poundbury is a traditional urban extension to the town of Dorchester, master planned by Leon Krier for HRH The Prince of Wales and the Duchy of Cornwall. As of early 2007 1200 people live at Poundbury and 750 work there, in workplaces mixed into the community. 
This is an image of the Saturday Market in Pommery Square, one of the neighbourhood centres.
Poundbury, Dorchester, County of Dorset, England
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