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2022 Volume 26.1

Editorial comment

The need for change in the study of urban form


Exploring the substantive nature of urban morphology: managing the changing character of cities in China
K. Gu, S. Wang, J. Zhang and S. Chen   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 11MB ]

Reconsidering the morphological understanding of traditional Chinese cities: a study of the early spatial modernization of Suzhou, 1880–1949
S. Fu, J. Wang and G. Sun   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 6MB ]

Mapping post-socialist changes in urban tissues: a comparative study of Belgrade and Krakow
A. A. Kantarek, K. Kwiatkowski, W. Korbel, V. Djokić, A. Djordjević, A. Niković and I. Samuels
{+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 17MB ]

The study of urban form in Iran
M. Abaee   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 1.8MB ]

Urban morphology and artificial intelligence
T. Stojanovski   {+}Abstract   [Full paper, PDF, 2MB ]


On the form and function of grid plans S. D. Ehrlich

Unmasking an urban morphologist I. Samuels

Field survey in Conzenian morphological regionalization C. Monteiro

Forma Quadrata Britanniae: the case of Londinium G. Cataldi, G. Cataldi, L. Visentin

[Viewpoints, PDF ]


President’s Report V. Oliveira

A multi-dimensional perspective to the study of urban form in Turkey E. Şevik, G. Okumuş, H. E. Efeoğlu and N. P. Temizel

[Reports, PDF ]

Book and Software reviews

Hélène Noizet and Anne-Sophie Clémençon (2021) Faire ville: entre planifié et impensé, la fabrique ordinaire des formes urbaines A. Vialard

Laura Anna Pezzetti (2020) Rewriting urban strata in China J. Zhang

Vítor Oliveira (2021) Morphological research in planning, urban design and architecture T. Marat-Mendes

Jan Nijman (2020) Amsterdam's canal district: origins, evolution, and future prospects P. J. Larkham

Townscaper (Software review) T.Stojanovski

[Book reviews, PDF ]

Book notes

[Book notes, PDF ]

Notes and notices

- J. W. R. Whitehand Thesis Prize

- ISUF 2022: Urban redevelopment and revitalization: a multidisciplinary perspective

- Morphology and urban design: new strategies for a changing society

- Acknowledgement of reviewers for 2021