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  1. Cultural policies can be a strategic key to shaping more inclusive and sustainable urban regeneration processes, especially exploiting the acceleration promoted through transition dynamics. The City of Issy-le...

    Authors: Anna Moro and Eric Legale
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:4
  2. In the last four decades, the historical heritage of Cartagena de Indias has been at the center of national and international attention due to its classification as a World Heritage Site according to the Unite...

    Authors: Manuel Saba, Jorge Luis Álvarez Carrascal and Alfonso Rafael Cabrera Cruz
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:3
  3. Emergency shelters are often designed to be of temporary nature but end up adopting a more permanent nature in becoming informal settlements. On one hand, these settlements suffer from the conflicts and enviro...

    Authors: Pallavi Tiwari, Nibal Al Azzawi and Lübna Amir
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:2
  4. This article defines "cultural experience" and places it in a holistic conceptual model; “the cultural city” where it plays a relevant role in improving the performing of cities. The conceptual model combines ...

    Authors: Pau Rausell-Köster, Sendy Ghirardi, Jordi Sanjuán, Francesco Molinari and Borja Abril
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:40
  5. The new global cities and megacities, which are generally planned and built as result of political decisions and fast economic growth, are considered artificial and "false" in their nature. This widespread per...

    Authors: Luca Donner and Francesca Sorcinelli
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:39
  6. Starting from Comprehensive or Interpretive Sociology and the Sociology of skyscrapers, this article proposes as basic objectives to verify how the North American economic culture is showed in the symbolism of...

    Authors: Juan Antonio Roche Cárcel and Ángel Enrique Carretero Pasín
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:38
  7. The article discusses the context and conditions for implementing culture-based interventions for health and well-being in an urban setting. Specifically, the article presents the case study of a cultural inte...

    Authors: Claudia-Maria Cacovean, Marina-Denisa Dascăl and Maria-Rarița Zbranca
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:37
  8. The process of degradation and abandonment to which many landscapes generated by industrial decay are currently exposed, together with the lack of conceptual and methodological means required for the study of ...

    Authors: María Isabel Alba Dorado and Eduardo Romero de Oliveira
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:36
  9. Despite the proposed ‘certainty’ in a city or region hosting a mega-event, there has long been issues of uncertainty surrounding the planning and implementation of what have until now essentially been mega-pro...

    Authors: Zachary M. Jones, Stefano Di Vita and Davide Ponzini
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:34
  10. There is little research-based evidence regarding the similarities and differences in urban plans and urban forms, regarding urban planning and design, between planned capital cities in Africa and Asia. In rec...

    Authors: Hisham Abusaada and Abeer Elshater
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:33
  11. There is growing evidence that projected climate change has the potential to significantly affect public health. Many of these effects are likely to be exacerbated by the risks associated with exposure to heat...

    Authors: Hassan Kamran Dastjerdi and Narjessadat Hossaini Nasrabadi
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:27
  12. The adoption of the European Landscape Convention (ELC) has wrought a profound evolution in the landscape planning discipline, contributing to the integration of the landscape into planning policy. This paper ...

    Authors: Francesca Calace and Olga Giovanna Paparusso
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:25
  13. The problem of the lack of inclusive public space in the fringes of Bangkok, Thailand, is related to multiple factors in urban development. The study-area of the Pathum Thani province offers a summary of the c...

    Authors: Pattamon Selanon, Federico Puggioni, Supanut Dejnirattisai and Autchariya Rutchamart
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:24
  14. In the rich and complex framework that today define the debate about urban commons, our contribution focuses on the relations between commoning processes and urban regeneration. In the last 5 years, we can see...

    Authors: Teresa Carlone, Federica Gatta, Cécile Léonardi and Ianira Vassallo
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:21
  15. The article examines the reorientations of the appreciation of ugliness within different national contexts in a comparative and relational frame, juxtaposing the Australian, American, British and Italian milie...

    Authors: Marianna Charitonidou
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:20
  16. Sustainable construction is a challenging prospect in Gulf countries such as Saudi Arabia and the use of Building Information Modelling (BIM) is often suggested as a solution. However, achieving improvement is...

    Authors: Mushref S. Alghamdi, Thomas H. Beach and Yacine Rezgui
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:18
  17. Neighborhood sustainability has assumed a pole position as a topic of interest in the past years, addressed through dedicated strands of most of the globally adopted sustainability rating tools, such as LEED a...

    Authors: Ahlam Ammar Sharif, Ala’a Saleh Alshdiefat, Muhammad Qasim Rana, Amit Kaushik and Olugbenga Timo Oladinrin
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:17
  18. Buildings that were once the machinery of production, and influencing not only the economic but also the social relations of the inhabitants, and while now those spaces remain 'dead,' it questions and at the s...

    Authors: A. Basha-Jakupi, G. Kuleta and V. Navakazi
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:16
  19. Cities across the world are increasingly labelling themselves as smart in one way or another. At the same time, this smartness appears amorphous or invisible in its built urban environment. Critical researcher...

    Authors: Fredrik Torisson
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:15
  20. Alto da Barra and Portela are two modern estates designed by the same architect and located on two sides of the periphery of Lisbon: the west side, Costa do Sol, where the river meets the Atlantic and the east...

    Authors: Sandra Marques Pereira and Madalena Corte-Real
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:13
  21. It is supposed to have three art components by giving an Islamic identity: geometric, floral, and Islamic calligraphy. Putrajaya is created to present the Islamic city in Malaysia. The Islamic art components a...

    Authors: Moch Wahib Dariyadi, Ziad Baydoun, Zumahiran Kamarudin and Nurul Murtadho
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:10
  22. Cities have always been the place where 'diversity' has settled, within a substantial ethnic, cultural, religious and linguistic identity. The author's emphasis on the need for a cultural policy on migration a...

    Authors: Francesco Indovina
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:8
  23. Vitality and Urbanity emerge as key goals of strategies for urban sustainable development as necessary prerequisites for varied and prosperous cities. Vitality and urbanity are characteristics that emerge from...

    Authors: Chiara Garau and Alfonso Annunziata
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:7
  24. In this paper, the possibility of reducing the energy demand of the typical multi-family buildings in Amman, Jordan utilizing passive design strategies are investigated through a parametric simulation study. F...

    Authors: Jenan Abu Qadourah, Ala’a M. Al-Falahat, Saad S. Alrwashdeh and Christoph Nytsch‐Geusen
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:6
  25. the complex dynamics engendered by distributive asymmetry, climate change, and the effects of mass movement of people and cultures, in the context of transformations informed by processes of shifting and perma...

    Authors: Silvano Tagliagambe
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:4
  26. UAE urban housing and planning history discourses commonly assume a sharp division between the pre-oil (before the 1950s) and the post-oil (since the 1960s) eras. It is a misleading assumption that flattens hi...

    Authors: Mamun Rashid, Dilshad Rahat Ara and Salem Buhashima Abdalla
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:3
  27. In 2008, Ecuador became the first country in the world to declare nature as a subject of rights based on the ‘Buen Vivir’ (Good Living) philosophy which is premised on an indigenous principle that envisions a wor...

    Authors: María Fernanda Ordóñez, Kelly Shannon and Viviana d’Auria
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2022 9:1
  28. The multiple forms of living in the contemporary city clearly demonstrate how the relationship between living space and rights reveals itself in many ways, even to the point of being divergent and contradictory.

    Authors: Cristina Bianchetti and Ianira Vassallo
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2021 8:15
  29. Heritage conservation provides economic, cultural and social benefits to urban communities. The building conservation role has changed from preservation to being part of a broader strategy for urban regenerati...

    Authors: Armand Vokshi, Elfrida Shehu and Sokol Dervishi
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2021 8:14
  30. The awareness of the negative effect of the intensive usage of synthetic material has led to a significant phenomenon in recent global development. Moving forward to become a fully ready developed country, Ind...

    Authors: Fermanto Lianto, Denny Husin, Clinton Thedyardi, Mieke Choandi and Rudy Trisno
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2021 8:13
  31. With the aim to enhance sustainability in general including walkability, the recent urban forms of the designs of the Emirati neighborhoods have been denser and more compact, if compared with the older design ...

    Authors: Khaled Galal Ahmed and S. M. Hossein Alipour
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2021 8:12

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