El concurso para el Plan de Ensanche y Reforma Interior de Ceuta de 1930: conceptos y herramientas urbanísticas

Ciudades. 2019;(22):123-150 DOI 10.24197/ciudades.22.2019.123-150

 

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Journal Title: Ciudades

ISSN: 1133-6579 (Print); 2445-3943 (Online)

Publisher: Universidad de Valladolid

Society/Institution: Universidad de Valladolid, Instituto Universitario de Urbanística

LCC Subject Category: Geography. Anthropology. Recreation: Human ecology. Anthropogeography: Settlements: Cities. Urban geography

Country of publisher: Spain

Language of fulltext: Portuguese, Spanish; Castilian, Italian, French, English

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AUTHORS

María Cristina García González (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain))
Salvador Guerrero (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (Spain))

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Double blind peer review

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Time From Submission to Publication: 20 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

The call in 1930 for a contest to draft the plan for expansion and interior reform of Ceuta, a medium Spanish city on the African continent, allows us to analyze the tools used by Spanish urban planners in a singular moment are the dawn of the functional city. The confluence in this contest of three proposals by the prominent urban architects César Cort, Pedro Muguruza and Gaspar Blein, allows us to know the advances and setbacks of Spanish urbanism, and its permeability to the new ideas as result of the of the international networks of urbanism influence.