third edition of the Summer School ‘Attractive Cities: Successes and Conflicts’ organized by the University of Bicocca-Milan and the University of Barcelona next July 2017.
The aim of the Summer School is to provide a critical analysis on urban attractiveness from different perspectives: Economics, Sociology, Urban Planning and Cultural Management. Continue reading ‘Attractive Cities: Successes and Conflicts’
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
Pre- Publishes Gives me a Wish (vo 45, nr2, July the 1st) and La Diagonal de Barcelona (vol. 46, july the 20th) Continue reading Give me a wish & La Diagonal de Barcelona
Is the new issue (vol. 45 nr 1) published the RACO’s version of the journal
The Art of Urban Design in Urban Regeneration. Interdisciplinarity, Policies, Governance, Public Space
Journal of a gadabout (6) by Dr. A. Remesar
I recommend a visit to Rabat. Ahead of they conclude the works of what we call “the third Rabat”.
The first is the victorious Ribat (Ribat al-Fath), as stated in the monolith of entry into the old limits. It includes the medina and the city center designed by Prost following the recommendations of Forestier, both two under the orders of Marshal Lyautey.
A center expanded in several districts of French flavour: Ocean – site of the corniche suffering remodelling and pressure of the projects Kasr al Bahr and Sephira; Les Orangers, Aviation, Belvedaire… and the most bourgeois of all Agdal Hay Riad. Continue reading Rabat. Royal Patronage for urban art