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1. Medieval example of mixed-use building
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2. Paris: Notre Dame Bridge Raguenet's painting
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3. London: Old Bridge section
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4. same: Cornelis Visscher's engraving (1616)
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5. Florence: Ponte Vecchio (1345) by Taddeo Gaddi, oldest bridge in Florence along both sides of its roadway are goldsmith shops with dwellings above
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6. Irvine Center (new town) bridge functions as shopping mall
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7. same: the mall
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8. Cumbernauld, Scotland: town center mixed use building over main artery
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9. same: top floors are dwellings
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10. Bartlesville, Oklahoma: Price Tower (1955) Frank Lloyd Wright, arch section
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11. same: plans of dwellings
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12. same: view of tower "a tree that escaped the crowded forest"
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13. Chicago: Marina City (1964) Bertrand Goldberg Associates, arch
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14. same: plan
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15. same: marina, shopping center and garage
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16. Chicago: John Hancock Center (1969) Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, arch
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17. same: lower part of tower
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18. same: upper part of tower
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19. Chicago: Water Tower Place (1976) Loebl, Schlossman, Bennett and Dart, arch Mixed-use building with luxury condominium residences
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20. New York: Trump Tower (1983) Der Scutt of Swanke, Hayden, Connell and Partners, arch Mixed-use building with luxury condominium residences
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21. same: interior of "superglitz" pink marble shopping mall
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22. Washington, D.C.: Watergate Moretti, arch Mixed-use building complex
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23. same; streetscape
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24. same: restaurant below
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25. Rome: Edificio Pluriusi Vicenzo, Fausto and Lucio Passarelli, arch mixed-use building: ground fl. shops, above office space behind curtain wall, and apartments and penthouses on top.
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26. same: cross section
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27. same: streetscape
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28. same: penthouse dwellings
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29. Rome: terraces with lush plants are used in traditional housing too
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30. Paris: Evry new town mixed-use buildings
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31. Paris: Place de la Madeleine, mixed-use traditional apartment house dating from the beginning of the 19th century
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32. Paris: Rue du Roi-de-Sicile, contemporary mixed-use building
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33. Toronto: Hazelton Lane (1977), Mixed-use bldg Webb, Zerafa, Menkes, et al, arch cross section
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34. same: view of courtyard
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35. same: view of courtyard
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36. Toronto: The Oaklands (1982), Mixed-use bldg DuBois, Plumb and Associates, arch cross section
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37. same: interior street
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38. same: rear elevation with some town houses
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39. Vancouver: False Creek development medium-profile and mixed-use bldg
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40. Vancouver: Seaforth Park development proposal Perkins et al, arch section
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41. same: elevations
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42. Montreal: Cantlie House
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43. Montreal (Westmount): Westmount Square mixed-use building complex Mies van der Rohe, et al, arch
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44. Boston: Rows Wharf mixed-use complex S O M, arch , city side elevation
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45. same: harbor side elevation
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46. Boston: Faneuil Hall and Quincy Marketplace (1976) James W, Rouse, dev., and Benjamin Thompson Associates, arch
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47. same: pedestrian mall
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48. Boston: Housing in old warehouses Koch, arch
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49. Boston: Charlestown Navy Yard before conversion to apartments
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50. same: after conversion atrium with apartments along its perimeter
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51. Montreal: Le Cours le Royer (1974-80) Desnoyers et al, arch pedestrian street above garage
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52. same: plan
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53. same: interior of typical dwelling
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54. Montreal: Recycled factory bldg into housing, adjacent to the Lachine Canal
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55. Montreal: Recycled factory bldg into housing, near Atwater Market
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