Rodrigo Balestra

Rodrigo Balestra
Universidade Federal de Goiás | UFG · Arquitetura e Urbanismo

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This article explains the concepts of city and urban practices—phenomena of urban activity—that directly influence the deployment of street furniture and, above all, the importance given to them by the population, with regard to its true functions, identity, meaning (symbology), uses and appropriations. It is vitally important for the study also un...
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This article explores concepts of the senses, experiences and emotions treated by many authors and sheds light also on Phenomenology and Emotional Design, indicating how are important for the differentiation of products and services in the contemporary world. Through literature review, explores the concepts of urban furniture, explaining how such s...
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Over the past decade, one can observe a steady growth in the use of terms such as Place Branding, Nation Branding, Destination Branding and City Branding. Both in academic research and in the practical applications in large cities management and urban spaces, this new paradigm takes shape and, along with it, the need for definitions and concepts, m...
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As the Industrial Revolution took place and steam driven machines emerged in the 18th century, the Industrial Age began and cities became the core of industrial and populational growth. That phenomena occurred as the job opportunities and quality of life increasingly developed away from the countryside, with the arrival of electricity and invention...

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