A cross-cultural, comparative morphology-study of two composite cities: courtyard design in Barcelona and Kermanshah
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Developments in science and technology, demand-driven education and practices, climate change, the gradual decrease in natural resources, and economic constraints all combine to drive increased interest in research in architecture and urbanism at EU levels. In light of this, the EURAU conferences were initiated in 2004 to create a platform for researchers to share their own research outputs and knowledge, and to discuss problems emerging in architecture and urbanism with a view to develop solutions. This book brings together 19 selected papers delivered at the EURAU2014 Istanbul “Composite Cities” Conference, the primary aim of which was to provide a medium in which the complex relationships between urban form and urban experience could be discussed. The conference did this by examining four composite characters of today’s cities: the hybrid city, the morphed city, the fragmented city and the mutated city. The volume addresses the importance of research on the complexity of today’s cities, cities that are transforming on various levels from local to global, while also shedding light on new models of urbanism discussed together with new decision-making actors.
CitationSaura, M., Beltran, J., Pakseresht, S. A cross-cultural, comparative morphology-study of two composite cities: courtyard design in Barcelona and Kermanshah. A: "Rethinking, reinterpreting and restructuring composite cities". Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017, p. 103-120.
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