Santander. Universidad Internacional Menéndez y Pelayo. Agosto 2017 Continue reading Now available the conferences of the course “Paisajes urbanos. La imagen artística de las ciudades portuarias atlánticas (siglos XVI-XXI)”. UIMP 2017
Second part of “Public Art and Regional Railway Remembrance” by Diana I Ribas. Centro de Estudios Regionales-Departamento de Humanidades-Universidad Nacional del Sur (Argentina), pre-publish in RCUB
Organization: Universidad de la Costa (Barranquilla. Colombia)
Faculty of Architecture. Urban Laboratory.
VIIIth International Seminar and Workshop in Urban and Architectonic Environements. Barranquilla 25 to 27th Octobre 2017 Continue reading International workshop “Public Space and Sustainable Facilities”
Last week (10th-14th july) the UIU organized the “Smart cities: innovation, climate change, urban planning, governance and creative participation” course in Barcelona, attended by about 30 students from Five Universities that make up the UIU.
Now available videos of the presentations delivered at the Symposium.
You can choose to consult in our site
Or in the site of the Water Research Institute (Universitat de Barcelona)
Architettura e arte pubblicain Italia dopo il 1945. (II)
Dalla “legge del 2%” alle nuove declinazioni dell’arte pubblica
Since July the 1st, Veronica Crousse, is the new dean of the Faculty of Arts and Design of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Artist and academic she was awarded with a CUM LAUDE to ther doctoral dissertation (2011) Reencontrando la Espacialidad para el arte público en el Perú. Barcelona: TDR (tesis doctorales en red). Recuperado de http://www.tdx.cat/handle/10803/1551, Continue reading Veronica Crousse New Dean, Faculty of Arts and Design
by Matos Silva Cabral, Maria (Ph.D. Dissertation)
Directors: Costa, João Pedro; Castel-Branco, Cristina
The urban phenomenon of floods is recurrent and is expected to be aggravated in the near and distant future, not only in light of climate change projections, but also if flood management approaches continue the path of “business as usual”. Facing this problem-matter, this research proposes the design of public spaces as a key component in the adaptation to current and expected urban flood events. Continue reading Public space design for flooding: Facing the challenges presented by climate change adaptation