Teaching Methodology

One of LAU’s primary goals is to build a methodology which can provide students and planning professionals with the essential knowledge and tools in approaching urban and regional projects.

LAU’s methodology is built on the professional and academic experience of its research members.  We believe that building a methodology is an open process of shared experiences. LAU offers an opportunity through this blog to propel an international research network with shared teaching materials.

We invite you to help us create this resource network by adding your contributions to our blog. If you have material that you would like to share, please send a brief description and images in .jpg format to cmendoza@cir.uic.es.

View our archive:


·  Fitting into the City

·  Working on Systems

·  General Spatial Plan

·  Cross-Sections and Space Relations

·  Connecting to Public Spaces

·  Transmitting Spatial Qualities

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