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  1. Historically, the tribe was a central pillar of Bedouin society. Recently, the forcibly resettled-Bedouin of Israel’s Negev Desert have experienced profound socio-economic transition and change in addition to ...

    Authors: Shlomit Tamari, Rachel Katoshevski, Yuval Karplus and Steven C. Dinero
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:2
  2. As dynamic systems rivers and cities have been in interaction under changing relations over time, and the morphology of many cities has risen through a long and steady struggle between the city functions and t...

    Authors: Ehsan Abshirini and Daniel Koch
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2016 3:1
  3. The paper deals with the complex relationship between tradition and modernity inspired by a fundamental essay by Cesare Brandi, Eliante or On architecture? The dialectic between tradition, supported in the Italia...

    Authors: Placido Cherchi
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2015 2:10
  4. Homeland security measures increasingly affect urban life and activities. Standoff distance, which prevents unscreened vehicles from approaching within a certain distance of a building, is a widely applied mea...

    Authors: Sunniva F Meyer, Sissel H Jore and Kjell W Johansen
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2015 2:8
  5. Estonian parks are well known for their history and dendrology. Usually, city maps show no nuances of the green areas, they could be for example abandoned areas, parks, green squares, usable/non-usable areas f...

    Authors: Piret Rennit and Kadri Maikov
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2015 2:6
  6. The development of Malay reserve land is a nationwide issue which can be overcome through better understanding of the existing barriers. While many barriers have been examined, the challenges relating to land ...

    Authors: Noor-Rosly Hanif, Wan Nor Azriyati, Hamzah Abdul-Rahman, Chen Wang and Lincoln C Wood
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2015 2:3
  7. The paper introduces a new methodological perspective to the process of urban design, which reacts to the increasing interdependence of multipe scales in almost all facets of life. The production of place in t...

    Authors: Anne Wiese, Agnes Förster, Lukas Gilliard and Alain Thierstein
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2014 1:13
  8. By drawing on literature from various disciplinary fields, in particular branches of geography, philosophy, urban design and planning, the article investigates the deep spatial transformations affecting cities...

    Authors: Lidia Decandia
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2014 1:12
  9. This article begins with the analogy between work in philosophy and work in architecture proposed by Wittgenstein, based on the idea that in both cases we are faced with work on ourselves and on the constructi...

    Authors: Silvano Tagliagambe
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2014 1:8
  10. Following in the footsteps of seminal studies like E. W. Soja Postmetropolis: Critical Studies of Cities and Regions (2000) or Miwon Kwon One Place After Another: Site-specific Art and Locational Identity (2004),...

    Authors: Félix Duque
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2014 1:4
  11. Cities and territories share structural references to a common environmental ontology, in which space perception and representation play a major role. Many human abilities deal with space management, whose ont...

    Authors: Dino Borri, Domenico Camarda and Rossella Stufano
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2014 1:2

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