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Author Acebillo, Josep.

Title The new urban metabolism : Barcelona / Lugano case studies / Josep Acebillo ; with research team, Paolo Caputo, ... [et al.] ; edited by Alessandro Martinelli.

Published Mendrisio, Switzerland : iCUP ; AB Publ. ; New York ; Distributed by Actar, 2011.

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 UniM Archit  307.121609467 ACEB    AVAILABLE
Physical description 266 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 19 cm.
Notes "The iCUP (Institute for Contemporary Urban Project) is the institute, directed by ... Acebillo and coordinated by ... Enrico Sassi, within which this book has been produced and it is part of the Accademia di architettura, USI (Università della Svizzera Italiana), Mendrisio." - p.6.
Contents Theory 1. Post-Fordist urban paradigms / Josep Acebillo -- Studies : Cities, energy and metabolism: an overview / Paolo Caputo ; City metabolism case-studies: Barcelona and Lugano / Enrico Sassi, Elena Molteni, Marc Montelleó Balsebre, Itzel Sanroma ; A calculation of urban metaolism efficiency / Alberto Vancheri, Paolo Giordano, Paolo Caputo -- Excursus : The possibility of a greater urban complexity: urban metabolism and urban project / Alessandro Martinelli ; A metabolic reading of the post-Soviet city / Stanislava Boskovic Sigon -- Theory 2. Urban metabolism & metropolitan efficiency / Josep Acebillo -- Debate : Positions about contemporary urban metabolism / Josep Acebillo, Sergio Alberverio, Stan Allen, Ed Soja.
Other author Alessandro, Martinelli.
Subject City planning -- Spain -- Barcelona -- Case studies.
City planning -- Switzerland -- Lugano -- Case studies.
City planning -- Environmental aspects.
Urban ecology (Sociology) -- Case studies.
Urbanization -- Spain -- Case studies.
Urbanization -- Switzerland -- Case studies.
ISBN 9788492861477
8492861479