An active approach as part of the creation of urban and landscape space
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Throughout history, the concept of the urbanist points to the figure of an almighty, authoritative planner who creates spaces. The ambition of a perfect design is met by random external factors, which fundamentally affect the final results. Thus, another component of the active approach of individuals or movements enters the creation. The application of ecological, mobility, cultural and social topics creates a contrast to the technocratic planning of cities and landscapes. This article broadly presents cases of an active approach to urbanism and reflects the holistic profession of an urbanist in a contemporary context.