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Vol 2 No 1 (2017)

Cover image: Grant Stewart. University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Picture by Andy Day.
Cover image: Grant Stewart. University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Picture by Andy Day.
Published: 2017-03-01
  • Vol. 2 n. 1 | 2017 | FULL ISSUE
Editorial
  • Our commitment to implement contents related to public space included in the New Urban Agenda adopted at the UN Habitat III conference
    1-4
    Luisa Bravo, Mirko Guaralda
Overview
  • Navigating the liminal space between childhood and manhood in the Caribbean. How are cultural spaces and physical places divided between the sexes?
    5-14
    David Plummer, Stephen Geofroy, Alonso Alvarez
  • Calatrava in Athens. The architect as financier and the iconic city
    15-32
    Simone Brott
  • Traceur as Bricoleur. Poaching public space through bricolent use of architecture and the body
    33-44
    Matthew D. Lamb
Space
  • The regaining of public spaces to enhance the historic urban landscape
    45-56
    Roberto Bolici, Matteo Gambaro, Cristiana Giordano
  • Piano at the ground level
    57-68
    Laura Camargo, Gabriela Tenorio
  • Measure and proportion as keyword for qualitative town squares
    69-80
    Roberto De Lotto, Susanna Sturla
  • The void and the memory. Ludovico Quaroni’s competition project for the Tobacco Manufacturing and the Navile Park in Bologna (1984). An urban figurative regeneration
    81-94
    Matteo Sintini
Society
  • Designing the city from public space. A contribution to (re)think the urbanistic role of public space in the contemporary enlarged city
    95-108
    Rodrigo Coelho
  • The over-familiar landscape that escapes to the absent-minded gaze
    109-122
    Marco Mareggi
Systems
  • Public Space, Infrastructure, Landscape: an interdisciplinary matrix for urban spatial continuity
    123-134
    Ana Luísa Brandão, Pedro Brandão
  • Urban Oasis: an integrated water shelter and city-scape beacon
    135-146
    Victoria Masterman, Lauren Heritage-Brand
Viewpoint
  • Buildering: barely even a thing
    147-152
    Andy Day
  • The public realm as a generator of urban design
    153-156
    Peter Richards
  • The Biennial of Public Space in Rome. From the Charter of Public Space to the Post-Habitat III Agenda
    157-160
    Pietro Garau
  • Urban Visions. Beyond the Ideal City | Report from the Habitat III Village, Pop-up Public Space
    161-162
    Luisa Bravo, Mirko Guaralda
  • Stand up for Public Space! A networking event at the Habitat III conference and a global online campaign
    163-166
    Luisa Bravo, Mirko Guaralda, Hendrik Tieben, Luis Alfonso Saltos Espinoza, Manfredo Manfredini
Open Access Journal
ISSN 2206-9658