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Shifting point-attractors: the central-symmetric flexi of via Flaminia and via Clodia near pons Milvius, Rome
(U+D editions, Rome, 2020)
Recent urban morphology studies consider urban tissues as living organisms changing in time (Strappa, Carlotti, and Camiz, 2016), moreover even roads may be considered as organisms, and their diachronic deformations have ...
La partizione iugerale del suolo agricolo per il progetto del paesaggio archeologico degli acquedotti Aniensi
(Edizioni Istituto Alcide Cervi, Gattatico (RE), 2020)
Here we present an example of circular subsidiarity applied to cultural heritage: it is a research launched as an action of the Agenda 21 of the Province of Rome and later developed as an experimentation of participation ...
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