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Interview by Marta Bugés
Filmed by Rubén Molina and Gabriel Sastre
Video edition by Evgenyia Barashkova

Special thanks to the Col·legi de Camins for facilitating the recording of this interview.

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City Science: Performance Follows Form

Ramon Gras, urban innovation researcher at Harvard and co-founder at Aretian, talks about city science and its evolution as a discipline to understand the relationship between urban design patterns and the quality of life of citizens. In the book, City Science: Performance Follows Form (Actar Publishers, 2023), he exposes an alternative manner of evaluating and describing the cause and effects of urban environments.

Interview by Marta Bugés
Filmed by Rubén Molina and Gabriel Sastre
Video edition by Evgenyia Barashkova

Special thanks to the Col·legi de Camins for facilitating the recording of this interview.

Learn more:

urbanNext (July 13, 2024) City Science: Performance Follows Form. Retrieved from https://urbannext.net/city-science-performance-follows-form/.
City Science: Performance Follows Form.” urbanNext – July 13, 2024, https://urbannext.net/city-science-performance-follows-form/
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City Science: Performance Follows Form.” urbanNext [Online]. Available: https://urbannext.net/city-science-performance-follows-form/. [Accessed: July 13, 2024]

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