In the city of Bangkok, where food vendors play a large role in tourism and in the livelihoods of residents, the current military coup seeks to eradicate them for the sake of traffic control (Bhowmik 2005). Although this conflict of space is not new to the political discourse of Bangkok, this book proposes to suggest design guidelines derived from local examples of vending markets through the embedded case study method. Lessons learned from functioning markets serve to strike a favorable design solution for the sake of accommodating the rapid growth of Bangkok and its vendors.
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Lessons from the Allocation of Food Vendors in Bangkok, Thailand
Lieferdatum:zwischen Dienstag, 27. November und Donnerstag, 29. November