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The urban form as an educational object: the cases of Learning from Las Vegas and Made in Tokyo

Author
Bardi, Berta; Garcia-Escudero, D.; Moreno, J.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
II Hispanic International Seminar on Urban Form: ciudad y formas urbanas, perspectivas transversales
Date of publication
2018
Presentation's date
2018-09-14
Book of congress proceedings
Ciudad y formas urbanas: Perspectivas transversales. Vol. 10: Formas urbanas en el proyecto moderno y contemporáneo
First page
35
Last page
44
Publisher
Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza
Repository
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URL
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Abstract
The form of the contemporary city is the result of a cumulative process of spatial actions, both planned and spontaneous. However, this apparent “spontaneity” conceals commonly accepted patterns of development in the occupation of urban space, for instance the road network architecture. From an academic point of view, the interpretation of these models of unplanned urban development has been the subject of university workshops. This type of urban analysis workshop, very close to participator...
Citation
Bardi, Berta, Garcia-Escudero, D., Moreno, J. La forma urbana como objeto pedagógico: los casos de Learning from Las Vegas y Made in Tokyo.. A: Congreso Internacional ISUF-H (Hispanic International Seminar on Urban Form). "Ciudad y formas urbanas: Perspectivas transversales. Vol. 10: Formas urbanas en el proyecto moderno y contemporáneo". Prensas Universitarias de Zaragoza, 2018, p. 35-44.
Keywords
Architecture, Arquitectura, Atelier Bow-Wow, Docencia, Pedagogy, Pedagogía, Teaching, Urban planning, Urbanismo, Venturi
Group of research
GILDA - Group for Teaching Innovation and Logistics in Architecture
GRU - Urbanism Research Group

Participants