Carfree Cities - the web site that goes with the book. Carfree Cities proposes a delightful solution to the vexing problem of urban automobiles.
Intbau international network for traditional building arts and urbanism.
The New Colonist explores environmental and lifestyle issues for dedicated city lovers, urban activists, and refugees from sprawl development. Includes feature articles, essays, interactive surveys, and city guides, written with an emphasis on community life and sustainability.
The Prince's Foundation for the Built Environment is an educational charity established by The Prince of Wales to teach and demonstrate in practice those principles of traditional urban design and architecture which put people and the communities of which they are part at the centre of the design process.
James Howard Kunstler has a site about his writing and speaking, mainly on the New Urbanism.
Katarxis On Contemporary Traditional Architecture and Urbanism, a new webzine dedicated exclusively to classical and traditional architecture and urbanism.
Cyburbia: The Planning and Architecture Internet Resource Center contains a comprehensive directory of Internet resources relevant to planning, architecture, urbanism and other topics related to the built environment. Cyburbia also contains information about architecture and planning related mailing lists and Usenet newsgroups, and hosts several interactive message areas.
Christopher Alexander's site on A Pattern Language. Alexander at his usual brilliant self.
The Institute of Classical Architecture offers a variety of programs that teach the fundamentals of architecture through the exploration and study of the classical tradition.
RUDI - Resource for Urban Design Information.
Technische Universitat Wien Instant Architecture - use of rules to design entire urban settings.
European Academy of the Urban Environment SURBAN, the database on sustainable urban development in Europe
European Academy of the Urban Environment aims to encourage exchange of experience amongst local government decision makers in all spheres of sustainable urban development.
A Theory of Architecture by Nikos A. Salingaros. An online book that combines some ideas on the basis for architectural design.
Arcosanti: is an urban laboratory in Arizona and a prototype Arcology (architecture for ecology) founded by Paolo Soleri in 1970. Workshoppers and apprentices learn by doing, while constructing Arcosanti.
Katarxis - New York Rebuilding Manhattan Without Skyscrapers
The Preservation Institute includes links to transportation and development politics on the Web. Listed are groups working to limit the automobile, stop urban sprawl, and build ecologically sound cities.
The Seaside Institute is the cultural center of the town of Seaside, Florida, and supports improved community planning
National Charrette Institute is a nonprofit educational institution that helps communities achieve healthy transformation using the charrette process.
International City Planners Network connects planning professionals from around the world: architects, city and town planners, community development and environmental planning professionals, landscape architects, open space planners, resource managers, transportation planners, and urban designers.
New Urban Home The New Urban Home is a sustainable, fleible, and creative solution to individualized contemporary living.
Architects for Peace Urban professionals including planners, architects, designers and environmentalists against war. Information on peace actions, urban development, links to city and peace articles and relevant websites
Zedfactory believes that sustainable development is both affordable and possible within current market constraints.
Ecopolis Architects are specialists in ecological architecture.
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