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Participation at ISU talks 05

Last week, Pablo Martinez and Mar Santamaria from 300.000 Km/s have participated in the international conference ISU Talks #05: FUTURE CITIES hosted by the Institute for Sustainable Urbanism (TU Braunschweig on November 14). The conference explored the potentials and challenges

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Andre Resende, Urban analytics

Brazilian architect graduated from the School Of Architecture of the Federal University of Minas Gerais (EA UFMG) and a Master’s degree in course by the Advanced Architecture Institute of Catalonia (IAAC) with experience in large-scale projects by acting in offices

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Touristification in Madrid

How can we measure the impact of tourism in a city? The project Touristification is a new approach to define the gentrification caused by tourism in the city of Madrid.

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Touristification is now online!

Tourism is a changing market. Recent trends have shaped a new archetype of tourist in Madrid. Culture is no longer the main reason to visit the city but gastronomy. More bread, less culture. More calamari and less churros. Tourist used

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Welcome festivals!

Join us 26/09 at New Generations Rome and 28/09 Open House Madrid Conference! Autumn is time for architecture festivals. We are happy to participate in the New Generations Festival in Rome and the Open House conference in Madrid. Both festivals focus on understanding how the

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Morphologies of Tourism

‘Morphologies of Tourism’ is an analitical description of the current state of tourism in Barcelona through its causes and impacts.

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Rethinking Barcelona Urban Model

Which layers of information are necessary to rethink the urban model of a city?

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PAM Data Visualisation

How to visualise and communicate the collaborative creation of a public local policy? The data visualisations of the Barcelona Municipal Action Program 2016-2019, known as PAM, explain the process of drafting a collaborative public policy. The project includes infographies, context

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Ciutat Vella Data Atlas

The Data Atlas is a collection of 200 cartographies that explore urban uses and their conflicts in the historic center of Barcelona (district of Ciutat Vella). The project has been carried out in the context of the diagnosis of the

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Mapping Hispanic Modernity

The research ‘Mapping Hispanic Modernity. Cross-border Literary Networks and Cultural Mediators (1908-1939)’ sets the grounds for a new approach exploring transnational processes of cultural transformation. Directed by Diana Roiz Sanz (UOC), this project proposes an innovative investigation in modernist studies:

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