Banca de QUALIFICAÇÃO: FABRICIO LIRA BARBOSA

Uma banca de QUALIFICAÇÃO de DOUTORADO foi cadastrada pelo programa.
STUDENT : FABRICIO LIRA BARBOSA
DATE: 03/08/2022
TIME: 09:00
LOCAL: remoto
TITLE:

Form, use, and law: decoding the relationships among urban form, building regulations, and morphological conditions of urbanity in Natal/RN.


KEY WORDS:

Urbanity, Urban Morphology, Space Syntax, Urban laws


PAGES: 337
BIG AREA: Ciências Sociais Aplicadas
AREA: Arquitetura e Urbanismo
SUBÁREA: Fundamentos de Arquitetura e Urbanismo
SUMMARY:

This thesis investigates relationships between urban form and conditions for the development of urbanity in neighborhoods of Natal/RN/Brazil, recognizing that the parameters of land use and land subdivision, established by the Master Plans, are factors that can act on how the form urban is structured. To verify these conditions for the development of urbanity, this work is based on two premises: the first is that Architecture - understood as an independent variable - causes effects on the social life of individuals in the city (HILLIER; HANSON, 1984). The second is that the urban landscape as a unit is the result of successive histórico-geographical processes that imprint traces on the physical and spatial structure of a city (CONZEN, 1960). Considering the historical processes that Natal has gone through in the last 50 years, we aim to identify the socio-spatial marks that shaped the form in seven urban morphological regions (CONZEN, 1960) and associate them with the typological patterns pointed out by the literature as potential developers of urbanity conditions. We recognize that the parameters of land use and land subdivision enhance the definition of the city's spatial form and, consequently, can become instruments for promoting or discouraging some of the socio-spatial qualities most dear to human coexistence in the city. Urbanity is understood as a socio-spatial quality of the urban environment and its structuring is based on how spatial patterns act, stimulating or hindering the social use of public space. Preliminary results suggest that the parameters of land use and subdivision tend to be more respected in more accessible areas that concentrate groups with major purchasing power - in this case, they concentrate typological patterns that the literature points out as less prone to the formation of urbanity. Areas protected by special laws, whose parameters are constituted by less rigid indices of land occupation, have morphological conditions that are more favorable to urbanity. Meanwhile, there are regions where the implementation of the parameters has not been consolidated and the socio-spatial transgressions also end up potentiating conditions of urbanity.

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COMMITTEE MEMBERS:
Presidente - 350255 - EDJA BEZERRA FARIA TRIGUEIRO
Interna - 350489 - RUTH MARIA DA COSTA ATAIDE
Externo ao Programa - ***.541.874-** - VALÉRIO AUGUSTO SOARES DE MEDEIROS - UFRN
Externa à Instituição - LUCY DONEGAN - UFPB
Externo à Instituição - RENATO TIBIRIÇÁ DE SABOYA - UFSC
Notícia cadastrada em: 05/07/2022 13:36
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