Biourbanism Resources

Websites

International Society of Biourbanism
http://www.biourbanism.org/

Journal of Biourbanism
http://journalofbiourbanism.org/

Progetto Artena [Italian]
http://progettoartena.com/it/

Progetto LEO [Italian]
http://progettoleo.tumblr.com/

City of Life blog
http://cityoflifeblog.tumblr.com/

P2P Urbanism Wiki
http://p2pfoundation.net/P2P_Urbanism

Nikos Salingaro’s home page
http://zeta.math.utsa.edu/~yxk833/

Casagrande Laboratory
http://www.clab.fi/

Bionic City Flipboard
https://flipboard.com/section/bionic-city-bSn7Jq

Publications

Caperna, Antonio. “La città come Network adattivo ipercomplesso”. In “L’urbanistica che cambia. Rischi e Valori. XV SIU Conference. Pescara (Italy) 10-12 May 2012.” Planum 2, no. 25 (2012). [Italian]

Caperna, Antonio, Alessandro Giangrande, Piero Mirabelli, and Elena Mortola, eds., Partecipazione e ICT: per una città vivibile. Rome: Gangemi, 2012. [Italian]

Caperna, Antonio, and Eleni Tracada. “Biourbanism for a Healthy City: Biophilia and Sustainable Urban Theories and Practices”. In Proceedings Vol. 4: Biotechnology/Textile Technology/Fashion Technology of the International Convention on Innovations in Engineering and Technology for Sustainable Development, 3-5 September 2012, at Bannari Amman Institute of Technology, Tamil Nadu, India, FT-01-FT-09.

Caperna, Antonio, and Eleni Tracada. “A New Paradigm for Deep Sustainability: Biourbanism”. In Application of Efficient & Renewable Energy Technologies in Low Cost Buildings and Construction Conference Proceedings, International Conference & Exhibition, 16-18 September 2013, Ankara-Turkey, Gazi University & University of South Wales, 367-381

Caperna, Antonio, and Stefano Serafini. “Biourbanism as a new framework for smart cities studies.” In Geographic Information System for Smart Cities, ed. M. Vinod Kumar. London: Copal Publishing Group, 2013.

Casagrande, Marco. Biourban Acupuncture: Treasure Hill of Taipei to Artena. Rome: ISB, 2012.

De Matteis, Milena, and Stefano Serafini, eds. Progettare la città a misura d’uomo. L’alternativa ecologica del Gruppo Salìngaros: una città più bella e più giusta. Rome, 2010. [Italian]

Serafini, Stefano. “Abbattere Corviale!” Il Giornale dell’Architettura IX, no. 86 (July-August 2010): 2. [Italian]

Serafini, Stefano. “Abbattere Corviale è di destra o di sinistra?” Studi Cattolici 592 (June 2010): 434-5. [Italian]

Serafini, Stefano. “Liberazione partecipata dello spazio dall’iperreale. L’Italia come esperimento biourbanistico.” In “Abitare l’Italia. Territori, economie, diseguaglianze, XIV Conferenza SIU, 24-26 March 2011.” Planum (August 2011). [Italian]

Serafini, Stefano. “P2P (peer to peer) Urbanism and Biourbanism.” In МЕЖДУНАРОДНАЯ НАУЧНАЯ ШКОЛА: Перспективные направления физико-химической биологии и биотехнологии (тезисы докладов), 11-15. Tomsk: Tomsk State University, 2011.

Serafini, Stefano. “Polis, la volontà dello sfregio.” Cometa 5 (December 2010): 174-181. [Italian]

Serafini, Stefano. “Rinascimento epistemologico per reti biofiliche e glocali.” Anthropos & Iatria XIV, no. 3 (2010): 48-52. [Italian]

Serafini, Stefano. “Ritorno alla città.” Rassegna di Biourbanistica 0 (February 2011): 11-13. [Italian]

Serafini, Stefano. “Some notes about biological self-organization and biourbanism. Self-build processes and self-organising communities.” B.E.S.T. Leonardo partnership symposium, University of Derby, 19 June 2014 (forthcoming).

Serafini, Stefano. “Sostenibiltà strutturale. Sergio Los e Mario Cucinella: analisi bio-urbanistica.” Bioarchitettura 67 (2011): 60-63. [Italian]

Serafini, Stefano. “Totalitarismo del brutto. No alle archistar.” Bioarchitettura 59 (October 2010): 4-11. [Italian]

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