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  1. Soil sealing processes that involved European cities in the twentieth century have reduced the quantity and quality of permeable soils (open land for agricultural and leisure resources). These processes have a...

    Authors: Fulvio Adobati and Emanuele Garda

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2020 7:9

    Content type: Research article

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  2. This perspective article presents considerations based on an attempt for initiating a landscape characterization in the United States using the Landscape Character Assessment (LCA) method initially developed i...

    Authors: Stefania Staniscia, Charles Yuill and Vincenzo Cribari

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2020 7:8

    Content type: Research article

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  3. The contribution develops a reflection on the urban space project in contexts characterized by historical-cultural relevance by exploring interdisciplinary approaches through the intersection of research and d...

    Authors: Michele Valentino and Laura Lutzoni

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2020 7:7

    Content type: Research article

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  4. European marginalised areas are affected by an alarming rate of abandonment and depopulation. Thus, they are therefore object of specific European policies aiming to their reactivation. Official guidelines, bo...

    Authors: Ludovica Sechi, Rossella Moscarelli and Paolo Pileri

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2020 7:5

    Content type: Research article

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  5. A considerable environmental turbulence pushes cultural and creative firms to cluster and to adopt new forms of cross-integration. An issue common also to wider entrepreneurial ecosystems (EEs) of SMEs. This e...

    Authors: Anna Maria Colavitti and Alessia Usai

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2020 7:4

    Content type: Research article

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  6. In Italy there is a considerable amount of experience in school constructions from the 60s that have anticipated the Italian national school’s standards with a fair level of quality. Like in other countries th...

    Authors: Lucia Nucci and Laura Galimberti

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2020 7:2

    Content type: Research article

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  7. This paper advocates the need for transformative planning practices to cope with contemporary crises of climate change and intensifying economic inequality that regions, city-regions, and cities are increasing...

    Authors: Louis Albrechts, Angela Barbanente and Valeria Monno

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2020 7:1

    Content type: Research article

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  8. The year 1966 demarcated a borderline in the urban design discipline. Three books published that indicated a change of direction: City architecture by Aldo Rossi, The territory of architecture by Vittorio Gregott...

    Authors: Antonello Marotta

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2019 6:9

    Content type: Research article

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  9. In 1989 in Poland the transition period was initiated, which caused a profound change not only of a political and institutional nature, but also an economic change of local labour markets and urban space. One ...

    Authors: Katarzyna Sadowy and Adam Lisiecki

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2019 6:4

    Content type: Case study

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  10. Sustainable cities have, since the early 1990s, been the leading global paradigm of urban planning and development thanks to the different models of sustainable urban form proposed as new frameworks for redesi...

    Authors: Simon Elias Bibri and John Krogstie

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2019 6:3

    Content type: Research article

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  11. City brand is a valuable asset that improves the competitive advantage of the city in the globalisation era. Relying on uniqueness and utilising various methods, cities endeavour to promote their reputation an...

    Authors: Ahmadreza Shirvani Dastgerdi and Giuseppe De Luca

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2019 6:2

    Content type: Research article

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  12. The ‘smart city’—insofar as the concept has any definitive purchase—is really what I termed in my (2008) a ‘hyperspatial’ city. That is, its social world is not just connected, but hyperconnected. This means that...

    Authors: Michael McGuire

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:22

    Content type: Research article

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  13. Smart, technologically managed city-regions are one of the main characteristics of the contemporary world. Since the attack to the Charlie Hebdo offices, city-regions and social media digital technologies have...

    Authors: Chiara Poletti and Marco Michieli

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:20

    Content type: Research Article

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  14. During the 1960s, different critical voices emerged with regard to the main gaps of technocratic planning (what Jacobs calls ‘modern, orthodox city planning’), voices highlighting the oversimplifying epistemol...

    Authors: Carolina Pacchi

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:17

    Content type: Research article

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  15. The huge economic resources which have been available for more than a decade to promote the development of renewable energy sources (RES) and assimilated ones have had as a side effect the installation of plan...

    Authors: Marcello Magoni and Roberto Adami

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:15

    Content type: Research article

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  16. Always in history, the shaping of new landscapes is accompanied by important economic and social changes, and the relative outcomes had great impact on the formation of a new system of relations between invest...

    Authors: Maria Cristina Treu

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:14

    Content type: Research article

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  17. If, nowadays, the Communities’ welfare lies in new expressions of collaboration between different types of subjects for the achievement of common objectives, cultural consensus becomes the collective transform...

    Authors: Alessandra Bianchi and Elisabetta Ginelli

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:9

    Content type: Research Article

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  18. Affordable housing with fair and transparent land-allocation measures is a challenge for many countries. The Sultanate of Oman solves this issue by means of land-allocation lotteries in which male and female c...

    Authors: Bernhard Heim, Marc Joosten, Aurel v. Richthofen and Florian Rupp

    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2018 5:8

    Content type: Research article

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  19. 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

    Content type: Research Article

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  20. 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

    Content type: Research article

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  21. 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

    Content type: Research article

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  22. 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

    Content type: Case study

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  23. 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

    Content type: Research article

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  24. 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

    Content type: Research article

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  25. 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

    Content type: Research article

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  26. 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

    Content type: Research article

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