||By adopting a critical and interpretative approach, the research explores and discusses current issues regarding the spectacularization of architecture and the urban environment in contemporary cities.
|Institut de Recherche et d’Études Supérieures du Tourisme
||The IREST is a multidisciplinary institute attached to the University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne which offers a wide range of Masters and Professional Licenses in the fields of tourism development, heritage enhancement, hospitality and management of tourism activities, international tourism and tourism law, in Paris and internationally, in French and English.
|TU Munich – Chair of Urban Development
||The chair focuses its attention on metropolitan regions of European dimensions, “Mega-City Regions”, which emerge due to increasing functional cross-linkage.
|University of Turku – Turku Urban Research Programme
||Turku Urban Research Programme seeks to support academic urban research, promote tools for urban governance, and develop knowledge exchange between the universities and the City of Turku.
|UCL – City Leadership Laboratory
||The UCL City Leadership Laboratory brings together world-class academic scholarship, public authorities, international organisations, the private sector and local SMEs to create a unique environment for urban experimentation, research, teaching and – most importantly – action.
|Transnational Architecture Group – TAG
||AG was established to provide a forum for scholars investigating the export of architectural ideas and forms from one region to another.
|The Observatory of Economic Complexity MIT Media Lab
||The Observatory of Economic Complexity is a tool that allows users to quickly compose a visual narrative about countries and the products they exchange.
||Emporis manages a worldwide database on construction data and commercial real estate information.