1. Global Place, Contested Space? 2. A City of Squares, Opportunity and Neglect 3. A City of Growth, Retrenchment and Renaissance 4. The 'New' London Squares 5. Spaces of the Corporate City 6. Spaces of the Civic City 7. Spaces of the Consumption City 8. Spaces of the Community City 9. Spaces of the Domestic Sphere 10. Spaces from the In-Between 11. Evolving Space in a Global City
Matthew Carmona is Professor of Planning and Urban Design at UCL's Bartlett School of Planning. His research has focused on processes of design governance and on the design and management of public space. Matthew was educated at the University of Nottingham, from which he holds a PhD. He is an architect planner. His recent books include Public Places Urban Spaces: The Dimensions of Urban Design and Urban Design Reader (both for Architectural Press). Also, Public Space: The Management Dimension and Measuring Quality in Planning: Managing the Performance Process (both for Routledge). Filipa Matos Wunderlich is Lecturer in Urban Design at UCL's Bartlett School of Planning. Her research has focused on place temporality and the rhythmicity of everyday urban places, and also on walking and the urban design process. Filipa was educated at the University of Porto, the Technical University of Delft and latterly at UCL, from which she holds a PhD. After completing her PhD she worked as a Research Fellow with Professor Carmona. She is an architect urban designer.