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48 (2012)
Stadt Klima Wandel [Urban Climate Change]

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Erik Meinharter
Stadtklima im Wandel?!
Urban Climate Change?!
Nicole Theresa Raab
Cape Farewell
Wolfgang Gepp, Matthias Ratheiser, Simon Tschanett
Der Klimawandel in der Stadt aus meteorologischer Sicht
A meteorological perspective on urban climate change
Erik Meinharter, Maria Balas
Der urbane Freiraum im Klimawandel
Lösungen zur Bewältigung der Klimafolgen
The urban landscape under climate change. Mastering climate effects
Stephanie Drlik, Andreas Muhar
Handlungsbedarf zur Klimawandelanpassung öffentlicher Parkanlagen
Verantwortlichkeiten in Anpassungsprozessen
Need for action to adjust to climate change in public parks
Responsibilities in adjustment processes
Katrin Hagen
Mit Sinnen und Verstand. Gestaltungsprinzipien maurischer Gärten als Inspiration für eine klima-sensitive Stadtgestaltung
Senses and sensibility. Design principles of Moorish gardens culture as inspiration for a climate-sensible urban design
Nadine Kuhla von Bergmann
Klima Kieze - klimagerechte Quartiersentwicklungen in Berlin
Climate City goes “Kiez” – Creative neighbourhood approaches and urban climate change challenges in Berlin

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Artinsert
Ernst Logar
Erinnerungen an die Zukunft
Memories of the future

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Magazine
Albert Kirchgast
Josef Frank und der Siedlergarten -- Natur in der Stadt zwischen Politik, Formgebung und gegenwärtigem Nutzungsverhalten
Josef Frank and the settler garden
Urban nature between politics, design and current user behaviour
Siegfried Mattl
Stadtfilm Wien und danach
Cinematic Vienna and thereafter
Rafael Ayuso Siart
1992-2012: 20 Jahre Architekturinszenierung in Barcelona
1992-2012: 20 years of architectural staging in Barcelona

Serie: Geschichte der Urbanität. Teil 37

Series: History of urbanity. Part 37
Manfred Russo
Postmoderne. Stadt und Angst III
Californian Urban Dreams and Nightmares
Simulacra, Schizophrenie, Psychasthenie
Postmodernism. Anxiety and the City III
Californian Urban Dreams and Nightmares
Simulacra, Schizophrenia, Psychasthenia

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Elke Krasny
Grundlagen für eine kulturwissenschaftliche Architekturforschung
Susanne Jakob
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Su Tiqqun
Urbane Psychologien
Christoph Laimer
Die Revolte landet (vorerst) im Museum
Iris Meder
Lobby für Lobbylose
Christina Schraml
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Digital solidarity

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A finger pointing at the moon

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The recent publication of the private diary of Witold Gombrowicz provides unparalleled insight into the life of one of Poland's great twentieth-century novelists and dramatists. But this is not literature. Instead: here he is, completely naked. [more]

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