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PORTUS Port-City Relationship and Urban Waterfront Redevelopment

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June 2017
Year XVII

ISSN 2282-5789

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Venezia è una città. Come è stata costruita e come vive

Seven years after the first edition, a new version of the essay by Franco Mancuso, “Venezia è una città. Come è stata costruita e come vive” (Venice is a city. How it was built and how it lives), … More


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Bordeaux – territorial, transversal, transscalar

This column aims at discovering harbours from a landscape perspective, which means extending our view beyond the delimited harbour area towards the surrounding landscape of which the harbour is a constitutive part – ‘surrounding landscape’ in this case … More


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GeoSeastems: an innovative tool to map global shipping flows. Application to the Mediterranean region

In the last ten years or so, online visualizations of maritime data become more and more numerous and popular. Their great majority uses Automated Identification Systems (AIS) data to map the current density of ships across the globe. … More


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Submarinos de cómic

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Cities inside the City on River Amstel

Paramaribo, Curaçao, Jakarta. Or, if we spoke the language of taste, we could use words like moksie alesie (super colourful rice with meat, chicken, mixed vegetables, white beans, chili and coconut milk), tutu (a creamy porridge made with … More


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Return to the Piazza

The black and white images of Anna Zemella talk of a coming back, of a re-appropriation and recovery of a space lost to everyday habits. But they also speak of a millennial love story that, at every new … More


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Parc Rives de Seine: Paris recovers the banks of the Seine

Walking, resting, playing, in a word, “strolling” along the riverfront of Paris is today a 7km long reality that lies right where a few years ago there was an important car traffic artery along the Seine. With the … More


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Oil in Oil (and Other Art Media): Painting the Petroleum Port

The oil industry depends on water both for the refining process and for transportation, so many early oil companies sited petroleum storage and refineries near rivers and in port cities. Following industrial drilling in Canada and North America … More


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Chronia in the Canary Islands

Chronia’s travels around the earth between time and space. She jumps from north to south, from east to west, from nowhere to everywhere, searching places, people and cultures on the coasts and bays of this world.

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Costa Rica: INCOP and the cruise industry

Services of cruise ships has been part of the history of the Costa Rican Institute of Ports of the Pacific – called in Spanish like INCOP, for a long time. Hence, the city of Puntarenas (also called “the … More


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Misteriosa Buenos Aires

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Puerto de Buenos Aires. Ejes y lineamientos para un escenario de futuro

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Imaginar el Rio de La Plata, 20 años después

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Buenos Aires ribereña. Hacia los ríos presentes

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Lisboa: a cidade, o porto e a região em perspetiva

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