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2018 Volume 22.2

Editorial comment

Crossing boundaries: towards a more integrated approach?


Globalization, UNESCO, urban morphology and local responses
E. Ehlers   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 1.7MB ]

The substratum permanent structures of Roman Valencia
G. Cataldi and V. M. Llorens   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 15MB ]

Cemeteries and urban form: a historico-geographical approach
T. Kolnberger   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 9MB ]

The idea of the ‘ensemble’ in urban morphology
J. Haslam   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 5MB ]


From rural plots to urban superblocks A. A. Kantarek, K. Kwiatkowski and I. Samuels

Burgages and partayas A. Djordjevic and M. Milojevic

The potential of the li and the wangcheng for contemporary urban design M. Henwood

Towards a minimalist definition of the plot B. C. Scheer

[Viewpoints, PDF ]


First Conference of the Cyprus Network of Urban Morphology (CyNUM), Nicosia, Cyprus, 16-18 May 2018 V. Oliviera

Seventh Conference of Portuguese-language Network of Urban Morphology (PNUM), Porto, Portugal, 18-19 July 2018 D. L. Viana

ISUF Council meeting, Krasnoyarsk, Russia, July 2018 S. M. Whitehand

Portuguese-language Network of Urban Morphology (PNUM): President’s Report V. Oliviera

Twenty-Fifth International Seminar on Urban Form, Krasnoyarsk, Russia, 5-9 July 2018 T. Ünlü

[Reports, PDF ]

Book reviews

A. S. Bouadjadja (2017) Sétif, patrimoine architectural moderne de F. Hennebique à J-H Calsat (1930-1962) R. Boukelouha

E. Esfanjary (2017) Persian historic urban landscapes: interpreting and managing Maibud over 6000 years T. Haghani

M. Johnston (2017) Street trees in Britain: a history M. Hopkins

A. Denk, U. Schröder and R. Schützeichel (eds) (2016) Architektur Raum Theorie: eine kommentierte Anthologie K. Ley

J. M. Schwarting (2017) Rome: urban formation and transformation P. V. de Melo Martins

[Book reviews, PDF ]

Book notes

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Notes and notices

- Cutting into the substance of urban form

- Journal of Space Syntax

- ISUF 2019: Cities as assemblages

- Urban Design International

- UrbanNous