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The National Federation of Town Planning and Housing, 1939–1954: A Network for Town Planners and Architects in Franco’s Spain

García González, María Cristina ; Guerrero, Salvador

Journal of Urban History, November 2014, Vol.40(6), pp.1099-1122 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    The National Federation of Town Planning and Housing, 1939–1954: A Network for Town Planners and Architects in Franco’s Spain
  • Autor: García González, María Cristina ; Guerrero, Salvador
  • Assuntos: Town Planning ; Housing ; Spain ; Twentieth Century ; Federación Nacional de Urbanismo Y Vivienda ; César Cort ; Sociology & Social History ; History & Archaeology
  • É parte de: Journal of Urban History, November 2014, Vol.40(6), pp.1099-1122
  • Descrição: The autarchy system established by the new dictatorship following the Spanish Civil War proposed the reconstruction of the country as a new Renaissance based on idiosyncratic Spanish values. One of the most unique experiences was the creation of the private society The National Federation of Town Planning and Housing (1939–1954). The aim was to create a social environment appropriate for dignity development in the habitability conditions. The project was very ambitious about town planning dissemination. A professional network concerning town planning and housing knowledge was required. Instruments applied for achieving the objective included publishing books and magazines, exhibitions, congresses, and centers of information within and outside Spain.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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