Urban Planning

Urban Planning is a new international peer-reviewed open access journal of urban studies aimed at advancing understandings and ideas of humankind’s habitats – villages, towns, cities, megacities – in order to promote progress and quality of life. Numerous disciplines and perspectives are involved in the process of understanding urban phenomena. The journal is founded on the premise that qualitative linked to quantitative approaches provide mutually sympathetic outcomes for adding knowledge to the complex and polyhedral system par antonomasia as the city is. The journal brings urban science and urban planning together with other cross-disciplinary fields such as sociology, ecology, psychology, technology, politics, philosophy, geography, environmental science, economics, maths and computer science, to understand processes influencing urban forms and structures, their relations with environment and life quality, with the final aim to identify patterns towards progress and quality of life.

Published by Cogitatio.


Title Type Author(s) Year
A Geodesign Decision Support Environment for Integrating Management of Resource Flows in Spatial Planning Journal Article Arciniegas et al. 2019
City of Flows: The Need for Design-Led Research to Urban Metabolism Journal Article Rob Roggema 2019
Developing a Design-Led Approach for the Food-Energy-Water Nexus in Cities Journal Article Rob Roggema Wanglin Yan 2019
Governing the City of Flows: How Urban Metabolism Approaches May Strengthen Accountability in Strategic Planning Journal Article Cathrin Zengerling 2019
Incorporating Metabolic Thinking into Regional Planning: The Case of the Sierra Calderona Strategic Plan Journal Article Daniela Perrotti Juanjo Galan 2019
Managing the Transition towards Circular Metabolism: Living Labs as a Co-Creation Approach Journal Article Amenta et al. 2019