Eco-Urbanism: new synergies between architecture, sustainable development, heritage, and their diverse perspectives

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The text emphasizes the growing global need to integrate ecological and sustainable urban planning with contemporary demands for circulation and transportation. The importance of university education based on serious research for architects and urban planners is highlighted, promoting collaboration among all societal stakeholders. The increasing urban concentration poses challenges in mobility, sustainability, and commerce, making it essential to address these issues in education and professional practice. The "door-to-door" trend in consumer-oriented societies underscores the need to reconcile mobility with sustainable designs. ESTOA's editorial reflects on these aspects, advocating for academic forums discussing sustainable projects tailored to user needs. The issue features theoretical and practical articles exploring architecture from various angles, ranging from heritage studies to evaluations of post-COVID-19 public policies. The text underscores the importance of education and teaching in developing synergies in eco-urbanism, emphasizing the need for innovation in architectural and urban education.

Translated title of the contributionEco-urbanismo. Nuevas sinergias entre la arquitectura, el desarrollo sostenible, el patrimonio y sus múltiples miradas
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)7-9
Number of pages3
Issue number25
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2024


  • ecological
  • ecological architecture
  • efficient mobility
  • sustainable urbanism
  • urban concentration
  • urban heritage


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