Sensory Maps in Urban Environment
The guest of the March edition of the CGR Meetings, architect Daniela Maier, gave a presentation on urban morphology and rhythms. More than 40 cities around the world were analysed from the perspective of their planimetry, directly conditioned by the impact of socio-economic, political or environmental factors. What is not visible but directly affects urban development is human perception. The quality of life of a space is also reflected in the way each inhabitant relates to it, which is why the role of sensory maps is more than welcome.