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Open Access Reflecting on Law and the Quality of the Built Environment. A Transdisciplinary Perspective

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There is much societal debate on the quality of the built environment. Although law is a major factor influencing this quality, there has been little research on the interdependence of law and architectural space. By bridging different disciplines and leading to a co-production of knowledge, the project presented here provides, from a transdisciplinary perspective, insights into lawmaking and its capacity to integrate architectural issues, with one key finding being that judging processes of transformation requires a culturally shaped legal framework of the built environment.

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Keywords: ARCHITECTURAL POLICY; ARCHITECTURE; ARTIFICIAL RESOURCE; BUILDING CULTURE; LAWMAKING; POLITICAL-ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAMME; PUBLIC LAW; SPATIAL PLANNING

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2014-10-01

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