Aprendiendo de los urbanismos bottom-up: nuevas tácticas, nuevos tiempos, nuevos lugares, nuevos procesos y una nueva estética
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García Vázquez, C. (2024). Aprendiendo de los urbanismos bottom-up: nuevas tácticas, nuevos tiempos, nuevos lugares, nuevos procesos y una nueva estética. Dearq, (38), 4–13. https://doi.org/10.18389/dearq38.2024.01
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