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Title: Especial Les Rambles
Author: Granell Trias, Enrique
Pizza de Nanno, Antonio
Galí, Beth
Fernández Salas, Elena
Llop, Carles
Bru Bistuer, Eduard
Rosa Trías, Elisabet
Muxí Martínez, Zaida
Sagarra Trias, Ferran
Muñoz, Francesc
Bohigas, Josep
Azara Nicolás, Pedro
Corominas Ayala, Miquel
Kay, Philip
Keywords: Història urbana
Barcelona (Catalunya)
Urban history
Barcelona (Catalonia)
Rambla (Barcelona, Catalunya)
Issue Date: 2-Feb-2011
Publisher: Laboratori d'Urbanisme de Barcelona
Abstract: Since we routinely put questions forward for discussion that involve urban planning in Barcelona, let's begin with one that might seem too obvious: What to do about its main street? We solicited the views of 13 professional architects and geographers who have some connection to the Rambla, either because they live or work nearby or once did professionals, in other words, who are intimately familiar with it. The range of their responses surprised us. Issues like making the Rambla car-free or the street's physical design, recurring themes in recent years, here take a back seat. Instead, questions about underlying urban structures and street-level uses come up repeatedly
Note: Reproducció del document publicat a: http://www.dur.upc.edu/
It is part of: Papers d'UR, 2011, num. 02, p. 26-69
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/65342
ISSN: 2013-9209
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