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Naghibi, M. (author), Forgaci, C. (author), Faizi, Mohsen (author)
The rapid urbanization of metropolitan environments worldwide has led to increasing spatial fragmentation. Disconnected spaces have revealed spatial and social voids that reduce the adaptive capacity of a region. However, these spaces also offer latent potential for urban resilience. Accordingly, this study reveals how urban acupuncture promotes...
conference paper 2022
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Tempels Moreno Pessôa, I. (author)
While Brazilian metropolises are spatially fragmented, at the same time they have abundant bottom-up, spontaneous, self-organised initiatives that usually emerge as a response to weak or negligent public authorities. Both phenomena are influencing Brazilian metropolises, but we do not know how they influence each other. This paper aims to...
journal article 2019
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Pantoja Navarro, M.A. (author)
At the Chilean city of Iquique, the decline of the significance of public space is attributed to the reduced availability and functions attached to it,at the same time to the ongoing desire to control the own space (market oriented development).This project aims to deal with the fragmented city, as a result of the influence performed by the...
master thesis 2015
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Van Doorn, J.S. (author)
Since the 1950s the city of Lima, capital of Peru, has drastically grown both in size and inhabitants due to a process of rapid urbanization, by which the city has expanded horizontally in an informal way. Informal settlements have occupied peripheral areas, producing a centre-periphery pattern of urban development. Because the activity centres...
master thesis 2014
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Stamati, M. (author)
master thesis 2013
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Grün, E.C. (author)
The process of the phenomena of urbanization within developing countries in Latin America, such as Nicaragua, has increased the appearance of urban informality in the socio-spatial structure. Moreover, the lack of a clear planning framework has led Nicaraguan cities such as Managua, to an urban structure, which is no longer related to its...
master thesis 2013
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Keimanesh, T. (author)
The city of Mashhad as the second biggest city in Iran is an example of global city which religion shaped the identity and spatial configuration of the city. Mashhad is as an example of pilgrimage sites in the Middle East that globalization or the religion transform whole structure of local fabric and polarized the city. The wave of...
master thesis 2011
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