Emerging Perspectives on Urban Morpology (EPUM)

EPUM is a pedagogic research project and network which aims at the integration of different, often isolated urban form approaches through pedagogic innovation and through the use of new technologies (ICT) supporting an approach of blended learning.

As an innovative partner the role of the Interdisciplinary Center for Urban Culture and Public Space is to develop a new approach to urban morphology from a relational-material perspective to enrich this field of research.

EPUM is funded through the Erasmus+ Programme”Partnerships for Higher Education” within the Key Action Call 2, 2016 “Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices”.

The project consortium comprising five partners:
– University of Cyprus, Cyprus (project lead)
– TU Wien, Vienna, Austria
– Sapienza University, Rome, Italy
– University of Porto, Portugal
– Space Syntax Limited, London, UK

Relational-Material Approach Typological-Processual Approach Historico-Geographical Approach Space Syntax Approach
SKuOR, TU Wien, Vienna, Austria Sapienza University, Rome, Italy University of Porto, Portugal Space Syntax Limited, London, UK

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