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  1. The study investigates the impact of vernacular architecture in Yazd, Iran, focusing on traditional housing and its influence on the socio-physical aspects of homes. The central challenge lies in balancing cul...

    Authors: Aimal Formolly and Mohammad Hossain Saraei
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:15
  2. Perception of Citizens about a city is an essential issue in urban planning. Hence, having an understanding of the people’s perception can help designers improve city planning. This study aimed to discover the...

    Authors: By Nayer Chavoshi, Marjan Ilbeigi, Mozhgan Karimi, Ali Asgharzadeh and Emad Behrouzifard
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:14
  3. The examination of the comprehensive effects of flagship projects on adjacent neighborhoods remains inadequately explored, particularly within developing countries. This scholarly void is expanding despite lim...

    Authors: Zohreh Ghalani, Ehsan Ranjbar and Ali al-Ameen
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:13
  4. The work environment has been shown to have a great influence on employees’ physical and mental state, as such employers try as much as possible to provide a comfortable working environment. However, recent st...

    Authors: Taiwo Ayomide Ale, Dorcas Aina Ayeni and Olatunde Folaranmi Adedayo
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:11
  5. Engineered canals and waterfront developments as a means to revitalize aging riverfront and coastal areas, dominated until the mid-thirties by industrial buildings and warehouses, have been at the forefront of...

    Authors: Mohamed El Amrousi, Mohamed Elhakeem and Evan Paleologos
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:10
  6. The progress of humanity has always, and sometimes even unconsciously, been confronted with the concept of utopia at the social, economic, political, and urban level. The strength of every utopian vision lies ...

    Authors: Luca Donner and Francesca Sorcinelli
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:9
  7. Floating cities have emerged as an efficient long-term solution over unsustainable practiced solutions to combat the rising seas problem; nevertheless, the world lacks an international, official, and comprehen...

    Authors: Ahmed A. EL-Shihy
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:8
  8. The article continues a trajectory of studies performed in the last few years regarding the topic of the body in discourse and urban planning design (Bianchetti. in Bodies between space and design, Jovis, Berl...

    Authors: Cristina Bianchetti
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:7
  9. Instances of crisis have always marked pivotal moments in housing design, acting as catalysts for re-evaluating models and practices and bringing forth systemic changes already latent in the discipline. Such r...

    Authors: Sergio Martín Blas, Guiomar Martín Domínguez and Mariacristina D’Oria
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:6
  10. Urban regeneration is aimed at improving settlement contexts, and indirectly at solving the housing issue. In Italy there is no national regulation on urban regeneration, but many policies from 2000 up to now ...

    Authors: Mariella Annese, Laura Ariola, Ilaria Lucia Mezzapesa and Natalia Roberto
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:5
  11. Walkability has been linked to quality of life in many ways. The Walk Score is one of several methodologies aimed at assisting people in evaluating walkability. Despite the validation of this method, the ameni...

    Authors: Amr N. Mohamed, Ashraf El Mokadem, Shimaa M. Ali and Nancy Mahmoud Badawy
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:2
  12. Industrial heritage landscapes today are phenomena of extraordinary complexity, the study of which has been addressed belatedly by the scientific community in general, and to date no methodological trend has g...

    Authors: María Isabel Alba Dorado and Juan Manuel Cano Sanchiz
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:1

    The Publisher Correction to this article has been published in City, Territory and Architecture 2024 11:4

  13. Vertical urbanization to maximize land use in many cities has led to a shortage of urban spaces that could adequately meet people's needs. In response, CityWalk has emerged as a new urban form to solve this pr...

    Authors: Alaa Omar Kordi and Khaled Galal Ahmed
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:34
  14. The study of architecture in relation to the principles of political power places a different perspective in understanding how the built environs with heritage value were shaped in time and are being constantl...

    Authors: Jocelyn A. Rivera-Lutap and John Benedict A. Castillo
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:31
  15. After the long-lasting divestment in the Italian public housing system and the privatization of over 20% of the stock, many public dwellings are vacant or in substantial need of maintenance. The article aims a...

    Authors: Marco Peverini, Massimo Bricocoli and Anna Tagliaferri
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:30
  16. The Covid-19 pandemic has been analysed and discussed from many disciplinary perspectives. An aspect that still needs critical exploration is the role—that is, the modes and forms—of regulatory interventions d...

    Authors: Stefano Moroni, Anita De Franco, Carolina Pacchi, Daniele Chiffi and Francesco Curci
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:29
  17. Natural ventilation has been one of the most important passive cooling strategies for conditioning the built environment. However, several challenges influence natural ventilation in multi-story buildings. Con...

    Authors: Rasha A. Ali, Naglaa A. Megahed, Merhan M. Shahda and Asmaa M. Hassan
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:28
  18. The nineteenth century city in Spain is defined by modernisation, transformation and urban renewal. The production of urban plans played an important role in projects for the realignment of streets and the ope...

    Authors: F.-Javier Ostos-Prieto, José-Manuel Aladro-Prieto and María-Teresa Pérez-Cano
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:27
  19. Social sustainability is one of the influential concepts in architecture and urban planning that is formed under the influence of individual and physical factors. In such a way that its effects on the spatial ...

    Authors: Ahmad Sarrafzadeh, Sajjad Sotoude and Meena Sarrafzadeh
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:25
  20. This study is focused on the benefits of community park as a place of social interaction in Peyi community, Bwari Abuja. The study examined community parks and their environmental impact as it relates to socia...

    Authors: O. F. Adedayo, D. O. Akingbohungbe, A. T. Ale, A. P. Abdullahi and M. A. Adegoke
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:24
  21. Urban skyways, in which an elevated pedestrian-friendly layer of the city is applied to the existing urban fabric, have evolved from radical conceptual proposals in the mid-twentieth century, such as the conti...

    Authors: Liam Blewett, Ngoc Xuan Huy Nguyen, Mohammed Makki and Milad Showkatbakhsh
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:23
  22. Nowadays, mobility represents the main productive process: this means that territorial sustainability must necessarily include sustainable movements as a key component. The increase in transport entity and tra...

    Authors: Andrea Spinosa
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:21
  23. Rowshan is a distinctive architectural element and a primary component of the façades of traditional houses in western Saudi Arabia. It is window type primarily made from wood and is incorporated in contempora...

    Authors: Majedh F. Alhuseini, Ghadah A. Altammam, Bashayer R. AlSehaimi, Donia M. Bettaieb, Abeer A. Alawad and Khawlah J. Tarim
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:20
  24. This paper is a contribution to a special issue of “Interdisciplinarity and governance in water landscapes” with a critical reflection on the “Marta-Bolsena-Tarquinia” River, Lake, and Coast Contract research ...

    Authors: Sara Altamore and Daniela De Leo
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:19
  25. Urban development and regeneration processes are both influenced by changes in the level of land rents over time and space. Public intervention in land markets, including planning regulation, affects rent dyna...

    Authors: Anna Maria Colavitti and Sergio Serra
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:16
  26. The Alto Mayo Protected Forest (“Bosque de Protección Alto Mayo”, or BPAM for its Spanish acronym) is one of the largest natural protected areas (NPA) in Peru. The BPAM has several tourist attractions owing to...

    Authors: Anghela Nuñez-Torres, Aracelly Arones-Huarcaya and Cristian Yarasca-Aybar
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:15
  27. Road infrastructure development in a country has been considered an important predictor of economic development and prosperity. Hence applying a systematic analysis approach, this study aims to project the fut...

    Authors: Daud Nawir, Muhammad Djaya Bakri and Iif Ahmad Syarif
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:12
  28. Gathering and public spaces, along with infrastructure and houses, are demolished because of disasters, which weakens the community ties. Different approaches, such as government-led and community-driven, to r...

    Authors: Yegane Ghezelloo, Akihiko Hokugo and Osamu Tsukihashi
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:11
  29. This paper focuses on the character of multi-level pedestrian accessibility and walkability within the public and quasi-public realm in Hong Kong, using the particular case of the redevelopment of Taikoo Place...

    Authors: Hee Sun Choi, Gerhard Bruyns, Alan Reeve and Minyu Cui
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:10
  30. Cultural projects, particularly when aiming at social impact, are usually the result of the context, values, and social fabric. Some endogenous factors, such as governance models and availability of resources,...

    Authors: Lluís Bonet, Giada Calvano and Pablo Fernández Compañ
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:9
  31. This article reports a first attempt to combine the analysis of socio-technical mechanisms and initiative-based learning to sense sustainability transition signals in cities. Relying on the analysis of cultura...

    Authors: Grazia Concilio, Irene Bianchi and Ilaria Tosoni
    Citation: City, Territory and Architecture 2023 10:5
  32. 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
  33. 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
  34. 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
  35. 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

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