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  1. Conserving resources, harmonizing living standards, and employing energy efficient methods are potential solutions to climate change, which can be positively accomplished through development and planning. Howe...

    Authors: Sonam Sahu and Izuru Saizen
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:5
  2. The recent, rich scholarship on rhythms, following in the wake of Lefebvre’s book Éléments de rythmanalyse (1992), proves that rhythmanalysis is an important sensitising notion and research technique. Despite its...

    Authors: Andrea Mubi Brighenti and Mattias Kärrholm
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:4
  3. This study was carried out to test prospect–refuge theory and the effect of external high-rise buildings on landscape preferences in a traditional Japanese daimyo (feudal lords) garden, namely, the Hama-rikyu Gar...

    Authors: Buket Senoglu, Hilmi Ekin Oktay and Isami Kinoshita
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:3
  4. In 1839, the Lexicon Medicum mentioned the “healing powers of nature”, arguing that many illnesses could be cured without the help of medicines, simply by paying attention to air, food, rest, physical activity...

    Authors: Simona Totaforti
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:1
  5. The paper asserts that each new urban and land planning approach, (ranging from the environment assessment procedures and land suitability analysis introduced in the past, to the newer methods of resilience an...

    Authors: Maria Cristina Treu
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:18
  6. In times of increased territorial competition, processes of territorialization of food and gastronomy are often considered as key assets of regional economic performances. Yet, for they are by nature diffuse a...

    Authors: Luca Tricarico and Jean-Baptiste Geissler
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:16
  7. This study aims at demonstrating how cycle tourism could activate a regeneration of small and medium sized stations in inland areas, able to involve also territorial and urban areas hosting these stations. Sta...

    Authors: Rossella Moscarelli, Paolo Pileri and Alessandro Giacomel
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:13
  8. M/S JSW Bengal Steel Ltd. is one of the India’s leading steel producer company is going to set up a 10.0 Mtpa (Million ton per annum) and 300 MW Captive Power Plant by 2020 at Sundra Basin of Paschim Medinipur...

    Authors: Sumanta Prakash Shee and Ramkrishna Maiti
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:12
  9. This paper revealed urban axis and city shape identity that influenced by its concepts and present activities issues in ‘Lan Na’ historic cities in northern Thailand. This study using space syntax technic call...

    Authors: Nattasit Srinurak and Nobuo Mishima
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:10
  10. When, as architects, we reflect on the relationship between architectural projects, cities and landscape, we must keep the urban degradation of the world we live in uppermost in our thoughts. Nowadays we live ...

    Authors: Paolo Mellano
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:6
  11. Preventing the complete social restructuring and the relocation of migrant communities from traditional cores in Gulf cities to newly urbanized areas is a rising urban and social challenge. The Al Asmakh distr...

    Authors: Ashraf M. Salama, Simona Azzali and Florian Wiedmann
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:5
  12. We discuss the relevance of the concept of antifragility, introduced by Nassim Taleb, to the theory and practice of urban planning and design. We further contrast the antifragility of cities with that of their...

    Authors: Ivan Blečić and Arnaldo Cecchini
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:3

    The Erratum to this article has been published in City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:7

  13. How many furnitures, or houses, or urban districts, that where designed and made in the 80s are still relevant today? What clothes or shoes that period can be worn without appearing old or out of time? Everybo...

    Authors: Mosè Ricci
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:2
  14. Rather than becoming entangled in the dreadful European crisis, contemporary forms of production could redefine the role of territory. The hypothesis discussed in this paper is that an acute gaze at contempora...

    Authors: Cristina Bianchetti and Michele Cerruti But
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:26
  15. This paper attempt to analyze how population dynamics changed in Kosovo through altitude and time. Altitude is one of the fundamental physiographic factor that determine the vertical distribution of human acti...

    Authors: Rizah Murseli and Hazer Dana
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:24

    The Erratum to this article has been published in City, Territory and Architecture 2017 4:4

  16. The article explores the difficulties and opportunities derived from the study of contemporary urban movements through the discussion of seven questions: definition of urban movements; understanding of their s...

    Authors: Oriol Nel·lo
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:23
  17. In this article the future of sustainable urbanism is discussed. In current times a complex of uncertainties demands sustainable environments. Three uncertainties are distinguished. Firstly, the city needs to ...

    Authors: Rob Roggema
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:22
  18. The concepts of order and disorder applied to urban and territorial issues involve complex definitions. Why do cities, in spite of the effort made to give them order, even though from time to time this order has ...

    Authors: Francesco Indovina
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:18
  19. This article analyses the relations between security, urban governance and democratic quality in the light of the fundamental theoretical trends and principal empirical researches present in the socio-politica...

    Authors: Mauro Tebaldi
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:17
  20. This paper traces the evolution of housing typologies in four major cities in the Gulf region, namely Doha, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Manama. The study reviews the formation and historical events in the region, whi...

    Authors: Adel M. Remali, Ashraf M. Salama, Florian Wiedmann and Hatem G. Ibrahim
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:14
  21. Many coastal cities have recently recognized the need to adapt to climate change, given the increased frequency of disasters cause by severe weather events. Based on concepts about vulnerability and resilience...

    Authors: Andrea Ferraz Young
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:12
  22. The existence of the complexity in layout and physical parameters are still under investigation in urban architecture in cognitive science. Current research seems to pay more attention to wayfinding in two-dim...

    Authors: Giulia Mastrodonato, Domenico Camarda, Dino Borri and Caterina De Lucia
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:9
  23. In the field of environmental assessment methods and tools, the space-based information systems have increasing importance, due to their capacity to organize knowledge according both to the representation of t...

    Authors: Giampiero Lombardini
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:8

    The Erratum to this article has been published in City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:11

  24. There is no established methodology for mapping the past territory of cities from text based historic information. As a result, the past territories of cities often remain obscure due to lack of spatial repres...

    Authors: Mashrur Rahman, Kawser Bin Zaman and Roxana Hafiz
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:7
  25. The contribution of front or back yards to sociability has been the subject of several studies. No such finding however is evident for side setback areas, short distances kept between adjacent buildings, which...

    Authors: Amir Shojai, Suguru Mori and Rie Nomura
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:6
  26. Researchers in the field of spatial psychology and environmental preference theory have tested a range of claims about the capacity of certain spatial configurations to evoke a positive sense of wellbeing in o...

    Authors: Annemarie S. Dosen and Michael J. Ostwald
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:4

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