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Feng Shui and the City

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Feng Shui and the City analyses the past and contemporary influences of traditional geomancy on Chinese built environments across three domains: domestic spaces, spaces of commercial development and the public realm. Using Lefebvre's notion of absolute and abstract space-spaces of 'symbolic existence' and 'everyday life' versus spaces of domination and control, it tracks evolving attachment to, and use of, Feng Shui in Guangdong and Hong Kong. The book seeks to understand the changing role of Feng Shui in modern urban development and its regulation, and to question what constitutes authentic Feng Shui today. 

Manuela Madeddu is Senior Lecturer in Urban Design at the University of Liverpool.  She has held previous posts at London South Bank University and the Politecnico di Torino, and practised as an architect and urban designer in Italy and the UK. Her research focuses on cultures of design and regulation.

Xiaoqing Zhang is Lecturer in Public Administration at the Zhejiang Sci-Tech University. She graduated from University College London with a PhD in Planning Studies. Her research interests include urban regeneration in relation to welfare regimes, and community governance sitting within a broader understanding of local political resources.

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Titre: Feng Shui and the City
Sous-titre: The Private and Public Spaces of Chinese Geomancy
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Code EAN: 9789811608476
Protection contre la copie numérique: filigrane numérique
Format: eBook (pdf)
Producteur: Springer Singapore
Genre: Art
nombre de pages: 158
Parution: 19.04.2021
Taille de fichier: 4.2 MB