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Tourisim Infrastructure Design

ISBN: 9781864707816.
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This book combines the travel infrastructures of today with visitor centres, viewing platforms and holiday camps as its starting points, and shows how accessibility and intimacy of people and nature can be enhanced through the design of tourism infrastructure. There are many outstanding examples from around the world in this book. It also shows how to develop tourism while preserving certain landscape values to promote sustainable development. The book seeks to explore how buildings emphasise the impact of ecosystems and landscape experiences on their territories and create new ways to conserve nature, with a view to providing more references to relevant designers. AUTHORS: Joaquin Alvado Banon is an Architect, Professor of Architectural Engineering and Research Fellow, University of Alicante, Spain, Master of Architectural Engineering and Ph.D. He has also been a Visiting Teacher in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Baku, Munich, Dubai, Tokyo and Istanbul. His architecture and urban designs have won several national and international awards. His work has been exhibited and published worldwide (translated into more than a dozen languages). Dr Andras Krizsan is Hungarian, and is a major designer for Hungary MODUM architectural design company, has many years of architectural design experience, and is committed to architectural design research. Pan Youcai is an architect who graduated from Sichuan University in environmental art design and has participated in many excellent design of tourism projects. SELLING POINT: * Provides both a technical and a theoretical basis on which to introduce the way to build tourism infrastructure to meet the needs of the modern tourist 500 colour images