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Evolutionary Urbanism

Manuel Pérez Romero, Professor of Construction System, Construction Workshop and Technical Practices at IE School of Architecture and Design and Lead Partner at nodo17, explains how the time factor constitutes a design strategy and discusses the importance of keeping in synch with the evolution of the surroundings in order to develop sustainable urban planning.

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