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Manuel APPERT

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  • Comment on: AJ launches campaign to protect London's skyline

    Manuel APPERT's comment 5 April, 2014 10:25 am

    The SKYLINE research project, and internation team of researchers and practitioners has also launch its own survey on the perceptions of world skylines.

    We would be grateful if you could participate in the following anonymous survey :
    http://eidolon.univ-lyon2.fr/skyline/guesstheskyline/en/index.php

    For further information on the research project :
    http://recherche.univ-lyon2.fr/skyline/wordpress/?page_id=452

  • Comment on: The AJ/Observer's Skyline Campaign is not anti-skyscrapers

    Manuel APPERT's comment 5 April, 2014 10:22 am

    The SKYLINE research project has also launch its own survey on the perceptions of world skylines.

    We would be grateful if you could participate in the following anonymous survey :
    http://eidolon.univ-lyon2.fr/skyline/guesstheskyline/en/index.php

  • Comment on: AJ launches campaign to protect London's skyline

    Manuel APPERT's comment 3 April, 2014 1:28 pm

    An international group of researchers and practitioners has organised workshops and debate on issues regarding tall buildings and the skyline. It intends to give evidence and share experiences of high-rise planning and skyline regulations between european, asian and american cities.
    Further details can be found on the SKYLINE group website : http://recherche.univ-lyon2.fr/skyline/wordpress/?page_id=452

  • Comment on: The AJ/Observer's Skyline Campaign is not anti-skyscrapers

    Manuel APPERT's comment 3 April, 2014 1:28 pm

    An international group of researchers and practitioners has organised workshops and debate on issues regarding tall buildings and the skyline. It intends to give evidence and share experiences of high-rise planning and skyline regulations between european, asian and american cities.
    Further details can be found on the SKYLINE group website : http://recherche.univ-lyon2.fr/skyline/wordpress/?page_id=452