Documentation and Resources



Gabellini, P., “Qualità dello sviluppo della città e del territorio”, a Città e regioni metropolitane in Europa, Strategie, politiche e strumenti per il governo della complessità, XXIV Congresso Milano, 26-27-28 giugno 2003, INU, Istituto nazionale di urbanistica.

Font, A. (ed), La explosión de la ciudad, COAC-Forum 2004, Barcelona, 2004.

Llop, C., Marincioni, M., Calvo, A., “TimeLine, Nuevas formas de ciudad en los siglos XX -XXI”, a La explosión de la ciudad, COAC-Forum 2004, Barcelona, 2004.

Llop, C., Marincioni, M., Calvo, A., Mocions i lògiques d’intervenció en el projecte territorial contemporani de les regions urbanes, a La explosión de la ciudad, COAC-Forum 2004, Barcelona, 2004.

Llop, C., Paisatges metropolitans: policentrisme, dilatacions, multiperifèries i microperifèries. Del paisatge clixé al paisatge calidoscopi, a Papers Nº 47. Regió Metropolitana de Barcelona. ISSN 1888-3621. Barcelona, març de 2008. Pàgs: 8-13.

Llop, C., Varis articles sobre la Ciutat_Mosaic_Territorial.

Llop, C; Font, a; Vilanova J.M., La construcció del territori metropolità, Morfogènesi de la regió urbana de Barcelona. Ed. de l’Àrea metropolitana de Barcelona, Mancomunitat de municipis. Barcelona, 1999. ISBN 84-930080-5-2. P.211, 72 P. Il., plànols.

Portas, N., El surgimiento del proyecto urbano a Urbanística n.110, 1998.

Secchi, B., La città europea e il suo progetto, apunts siteweb.

Solà-Morales, M. de, La segunda historia del proyecto urbano a UR nº 5, Barcelona, 1988



About changes, transformations and mutations.

The vision of the sociologists: Zygmunt Bauman, Ulrich Beck, Pierre Bourdieu, Manuel Castells, Richard Sennett, François Ascher, Mike Davis i Edward Soja.

From the Landscape Ecology: Forman, R.T.T. i M. Godron.

From the Landscape Science: Maria Bolós.

From the Ecology: González Bernáldez.

From the Landscape from an ecological perspective: Eduardo Martinez Pisón.

From politologists planners: Jordi Borja.

From Geography: Horacio Capel, Oriol Nel.lo, Giuseppe Demmatteis.

From Phylosophy: Guy Débord.

From the urban and territorial analysis: Antonio Font, Stéphano Boeri, Arturo Lanzani, Ramón López Lucio, Nuno Portas.

Personalist Phylosophy: Emmanuel Mounier, Martin Buber, Thomas Merton.

Bioregionalism: Lewis Mumford.

From the Eco-psychology: Theodore Roszak: The Dissenting Academy (1968); The Making of a Counter Culture (1969); Masculine/Feminine: Readings in Sexual Mythology and the Liberation of Women (1969); Where the Wasteland Ends (1972); Sources (1972); The Unfinished Animal (1976); Person/Planet: The Creative Disintegration of Industrial Society (1979); Fool’s Cycle/Full Cycle (1988); The Voice of the Earth’ (1992?); The Gendered Atom; The Cult of Information (1994); From Satori to Silicon Valley; World Beware! American Triumphalism in an Age of Terror (2006); Ecopsychology: Restoring the Earth, Healing the Mind (1995).

Ecophilosophy and Ecology and Deep Ecology: Arne Naess.

From the Integral Thought: Donella H. Meadows:

Donella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows, Jorgen Randers, William W. Behrens III. The Limits to Growth. New York, Universe Books, 1972, ISBN 0876632223. Traduzione italiana: I limiti dello sviluppo, Milano, Mondadori, 1972, ISBN 8804238771.

Donella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows, Jorgen Randers. Beyond the limits: Confronting Global Collapse, Envisioning a Sustainable Future. Post Mills, Chelsea Green Publishing Company, 1992, ISBN 0930031628. Traduzione italiana: Oltre i limiti dello sviluppo, Milano, Il Saggiatore, 1993, ISBN 8842801003.

Donella H. Meadows, Jorgen Randers, Dennis L. Meadows. Limits to Growth: The 30-Year Update. White River Junction, Chelsea Green Publishing Company, 2004, ISBN 193149858X.



SERRES, M. (1995): ATLAS, CÁTEDRA, Colección teorema



British Library. Exhibition of ancient maps (collection of over 4 milions):

BBC, Documentary series about ancient maps and new mapping techniques as power expressions and world representation:

Digital Worlds Map:

URBAN EARTH is a project to (re)present some of the largest urban areas on our planet by walking across them. The length of the walk roughly reflects the size of the urban area while the route attempts to mirror the distribution of (multiple) deprivation within it. Where the 20% most deprived members of the urban population occupy 30% of the urban footprint, 30% of the walk will go through these kinds of areas:,,



Cowan, R., The Dictionary of Urbanism, Streetwise Press, 2005.
World Wide Words:
Glosario, Atributos Urbanos: