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Urban Morphology

Code AR3921
Credits 3
Description

Urban morphology is a study of urban form which considers both physical and spatial components of urban structure as part of historic evolutionary process of urban development. It relates to urban design approaches that considers structural and contextual properties of urban areas. This course has been prepared: (1) to introduce students to the urban environment changing process, (2) to enable students to identify and to analyse the changes of physical and spatial component of the urban structure, and the aspects which causes those changes and (3) to encourage students to develop the methods of analysing those changes.

General Instructional Objective After completing this course, students are capable to do research on urban morphology using computer programs as research tools.
Tutor  
Software DethMap; Confeego; GIS
Fundamental About urban morphology by Wikipedia
Institutions

International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism (INTBAU)
Space Syntax Laboratory

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References Papers on urban morphology by Google Scholar
Glossary Urban form terminology by ISUF
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