Orase romānesti īn declin
Ilinca Păun Constantinescu
DOM publishers, 2019 - Architecture - 500 pages
Gathering a large group of academics, researchers, artists, architects, and urban planners, the publication Shrinking Cities in Romania is a pioneering initiative to raise awareness of an acute and pervasive yet too little discussed matter: the socio-cultural, physical, economic, and demographic decline of Romanian cities, as a widespread phenomenon. Following the exhibition that took place at the National Museum of Contemporary Art (MNAC) in 2016, the book illustrates the various facets of the urban transformation that is taking place in many Romanian cities, thus linking the case to the global context of this urban phenomenon. The research received the AD Astra prize in 2014 as well as the Architecture Annual prize for Visions and Research in 2017.
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