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Título alternativo: The city within the frame of territory. About the academic career of Pablo Arias
Author: Sainz Gutiérrez, Victoriano
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Urbanística y Ordenación del Territorio
Date: 2015
Published in: Proyecto, progreso, arquitectura, 12, 106-121
Document type: Article
Abstract: Entre los ámbitos en los que tradicionalmente se ha venido desarrollando la práctica profesional de los arquitectos se encuentra el urbanismo, que constituye además una importante parcela de la docencia en las Escuelas de Arquitectura. El presente a...
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The urbanism is one of the areas in which the professional practice of architects traditionally has developed, also constitutes a large plot of teaching in Schools of Architecture. This paper analyses the role played by Pablo Arias García as introducer of town planning practice in Andalusia and as founder of Department of Urban Planning at the Seville School, of which he was director for two periods: 1976-80 and 1986-89. Having been the first professor of this discipline in Seville, his urbanistic thought has trained several generations of Andalusian architects. After examining the main urban plans drafted by him and some of his most characteristic writings, it is concluded that one of his most important contributions is the claim of the territorial condition of the urban, issue of particular relevance to renew the practice and teaching in the current context of widespread changes in the city and territory.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/28874

DOI: 10.12795/ppa

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