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tuit: madridcentrocentro

The stone and the flesh, two visions of Madrid from the former exhibition ‘Ciudad Visible’ at CentroCentro. Ciudad Visible  

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tuit: fad

Locals and tourists share the same places in Barcelona @fadbarcelona #fadfest2017

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tuit: bcn dynamics

Where are citizens and workers? Barcelona Dynamics quantifies sociodemographic, economic and morphological aspects of #bcn metropolitan territory to draft the new Master Plan.

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tuit: carta historica

Explore the whole urban history of Barcelona in 26 maps!  #bcn #maps

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Pere IV

The best past is not the shortest. A survey to understand how citizens choose their path in a neighbourhood

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tuit: ambinno

Where are the innovative companies in the metropolitan area of Barcelona? A report to help develop public policies aimed at promoting the knowledge economy

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tuit: ambinno

Urban fabric is key to leverage innovation economy #innovation #bcn # amb #city #knowledge

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Participation at ISU talks 05

Last week, Pablo Martinez and Mar Santamaria from 300.000 Km/s have participated in the international conference ISU Talks #05: FUTURE CITIES hosted by the Institute for Sustainable Urbanism (TU Braunschweig on November 14). The conference explored the potentials and challenges

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Andre Resende, DCO

Data chief officer na 300.000Km/s Graduated from the School of Architecture of the Federal University of Minas Gerais in Brazil, he holds a Master’s degree from the Institute of Advanced Architecture of Catalonia and professional experiences in prominent architectural and

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Touristification in Madrid

How can we measure the impact of tourism in a city? The project Touristification is a new approach to define the gentrification caused by tourism in the city of Madrid.

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