29 black & white illustrations, 9 black & white tables, 17 black & white halftones, 12 black & white line drawings
Jonathan Rutherford, Olivier Coutard
Table Of Contents
1. Beyond the networked city: an introduction Olivier Coutard and Jonathan Rutherford 2. Changing sanitation infrastructure in Hanoi: hybrid topologies and the networked city Jochen Monstadt and Sophie Schramm 3. Beyond the networked city, the hyper-networked city? Decline and renaissance of the Parisian non-potable water system (1820-2020) Sabine Barles, Olivier Coutard and Andre Guillerme 4. District heating comes to ecotown: zero carbon housing and the rescaling of UK energy provision Simon Guy and Andrew Karvonen 5. Rethinking universality and disrepair: seeking infrastructure coexistence in Quibdo, Colombia Kathryn Furlong 6. De-networking the poor: revanchist urbanism and hydrological apartheid in Mumbai Stephen Graham, Renu Desai and Colin McFarlane 7. Another urban infrastructure is possible: contesting energy and water networks in Berlin Ross Beveridge and Matthias Naumann 8. A political economy of urban solid waste management in emerging countries: learning from Vitoria (Brazil) and Coimbatore (India) Jeremie Cave 9. Is the network challenged by the pragmatic turn in African cities? Urban transition and hybrid delivery configurations Sylvy Jaglin 10. Enabling urban energy: governance of innovation in two UK cities Janette Webb 11. Volumetric urbanism: artificial outsides reassembled inside Simon Marvin 12. Infrastructures and practices: networks beyond the city Elizabeth Shove 13. Coda Jonathan Rutherford and Olivier Coutard
Olivier Coutard is a director of research with the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), where he has held a full-time research position since 1996. Jonathan Rutherford holds a research post at LATTS (Laboratoire Techniques, Territoires et Societes), Universite Paris-Est.