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Online Proceedings

ISBN: 978-989-757-220-3


SESSION 1 : Thinking, Telling, Scaling
Celine Ladegourdie and Annabel Pretty
Rethinking: Humanising: Isolation: Aotearoa New Zealand (A Novel Approach to Design)
Evangelia Paxinou and Nicolas Remy
Infinite Atmospheres for Vulnerabilities of spaces – Ambiances and architectural design.
Lígia Nunes
Looking forward without looking back
Jeremy Auerbach, Solange Muñoz, Jordin Clark and Marisa Westbrook
More private than public: The choice neighborhood initiative as another tool for state-led gentrification
SESSION 2 :  Experiencing space, living scales
Dimitra Kanellopoulou
Negotiating Scale. Experiencing, Claiming, and Walking public space. Three examples in Milano.
Barbara Thomaz and Ethel Pinheiro
Re-scaling living spaces: an analysis through a Spatial Empathy
Damien Masson
From the human to the urban: Atmospheres through scales
Carlos Smaniotto Costa, Marluci Menezes and Nagayamma Aragão
Social practices on public open spaces: experiences from collaborative labs in lisbon, Portugal
SESSION 3 : Scale, place, well-being and health
Ana Neiva and Teresa Leão
Healthy living places: a pedagogical experience between Health and Architecture.
Ghadir Hummeid
Rethinking City’s Public Spaces from Human Experience to Promote Cities Liveability and Community Wellbeing Using Biophilic Architecture
Yara Aboasfour
Upgrading the Urban Planning Resilience of Informal Settlements in Post-War Aleppo
Nicolas Remy, Petros Flampouris, Dimitris Psychogyios and Théo Marchal,
Sonic urban furniture for vulnerabilities – experimental workshop in architectural design.
SESSION 4 :  Topology Scale
Pedro Afonso Fernandes
Introduction of non-topological costs in syntactic analyses: the case of Gulbenkian estate
Rosália Guerreiro and Israel Guarda
Sense and Place: Decoding space attachment with space syntax methodology
Mohammed Boubezari
Sensitive Topologies as an operational concept in architectural and urban ambiances.
SESSION 5 :  The ecology of cities
Marie Asma Ben Othmen and Gabriella Trotta-Brambilla
Working with nature to address the challenges of Small Towns. Evidence from France.
Sandrine Simon
‘Field work’: drawing lessons from urban agriculture to facilitate transitions towards sustainable cities.
Carlos Smaniotto Costa, Marluci Menezes and Nagayamma Aragão
A collaborative approach to increase people’s relationships with urban rivers. Key takeaways from cases in Lisbon
Valerie Mace
Sensory ecology: designing synergies between micro and macro-scales of experience in architectural and urban environments.
SESSION 6 :  A close-up on arts
Teres Selberg
Dansbana! in the context: performative process for inclusive public space
Isabel Barbas
Artistic-architectural micro-narratives in the city
Renata Carlos de Oliveira Gonçalves
Museum-house: the transformation of residences into sociocultural memory spaces
Rand Issa
The awareness of the past for an unknown future: The present act of the architect and the creative user in shaping spatial space.
SESSION 7 : The body in space and in time
Tomás Pedro, Daniel Paiva, Ana Gonçalves and Daniela Ferreira
Biosensing urban atmospheres: How do research participants interpret biosensor data?
Mariana Alves da Silva Do Nascimento, Simone Niedoba, Maria Luisa Trindade Bestetti, Luiz Guilherme Rivera de Castro and Anna Wanka
The “Old Age Scale”: theoretical contributions from environmental gerontology
Tania Moura
The other body in the same body: the invisibility of the elderly in architectural design.
Eleonora Aronis Rainha
Walking Santa Cecilia: A Peripatetic Experiment in Reclaiming Urban Space
SESSION 8 :  From perception to material reality
Olivia Germon and Pascaline Thiollière
Perceptual and sensitive aspects of the urban ground: sound, thermal and somatic
Bernardo Vaz Pinto
Architectural Detail, or the end of the Virtual
Nuria Alvarez Coll
Material Presences
Cristina Palmese and José Luis Carles
Madrid Soundscape Map: Listening and identity Movement emergence and relation

ISBN: 978-989-757-220-3




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