From architectural and urban design to representation and planning tools, from the symbolism of architectural languages to construction technologies, from spatial design to interior design, Architecture, Urban Planning and Development reviews the main concepts used to think about, describe, build and inhabit spaces (whatever their scale: house, neighborhood, city, territory). Thus, using a multi-dimensional approach, it reports on the current research on the spaces of the city today and the relationship with the past, present and future; with the environment, society as well as technical and technological progress.

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