The Coastal Management Plan of Galicia is a landmark project in the Spanish context that explores a new methodological approach from the perspective of the landscape, proposes an adaptive and anticipatory planning, and elaborates strategies for the protection and planning of sustainable growth of the coastal region. Thus, it challenges the traditional urban planning approach and proposes an alternative reading of the landscape as a system of superimposed dynamics requiring a comprehensive and holistic approach. This professional project is closely linked with a broader dissertation...
RCC is pleased to announce that the Santiago Cathedral Program's Director, Prof. Francisco Prado-Vilar will present the lecture "Fel. Temp. Reparatio: Anatomía del descubrimiento, innovación metodológica y regeneración historiográfica en el estudio de Frómista y Jaca".
"City Metrics" will describe the value of urban performance indicators in the understanding of city morphologies and dynamics. It will introduce students to multiple metrics approaches and goals, and will examine through some case studies how these indexes inform design and policy-making decisions.
Room 109, Gund Hall, 48 Quincy Street, Cambridge MA
RCC Associate, Jaime Daroca, organizes this lecture, sponsored by Spain GSD and featuring Marina Otero, director of the Global Network Programming in Studio X. New York, and Carlos Mínguez, Associate Curator of Storefront for Art and Architecture. New York.... Read more about New Modes, Models and Geographies of Practice