ABSTRACT: This paper investigates the complexity of the urban fabric, from the urban scale to the building and neighbourhood scale, by using the concepts and tools of urban morphology according to the Muratorian School. Specifically, basic concepts such as ‘urban polarities’, ‘routes hierarchical system’ and ‘building neighbourhood’ are used. They are deployed in the walled city of Ahmedabad, India, which has a rich architectural heritage clearly recognizable in Indo-Islamic monuments and particularly in aggregative structures called pols.
Muratorian urban morphology: the walled city of Ahmedabad / Marco, Maretto; Nicola, Scardigno. - In: URBAN MORPHOLOGY. - ISSN 1027-4278. - 20:1(2016).
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