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Cultural visions of urban morphology

By Milton Montejano Castillo


<p>As has been indicated in recent years, for the <br />first time in the history of mankind, more than half<br />of the world´s population lives in cities, and the<br />tendency is increasing. In this situation, many<br />questions arise, not only regarding the cities´<br />load capacities, but also regarding the transition<br />of the cities and the new forms that they adopt,<br />without forgetting the preservation of the ancient<br />cities that are immersed in urban areas. These<br />are some of the concerns that are explored in this<br />fourth volume of the Journal Gremium, dedicated<br />to the subject of <em>Urban Morphology</em>, which is<br />placed at the consideration of our distinguished<br />readers from a selection of articles from different<br />cultural visions and spaces.</p

Topics: Architecture, NA1-9428
Publisher: Restauro Compás y Canto (RCC)
Year: 2015
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:e93e7daf8d764d4a85034b23f24f28fb
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