A Proposal to Try To Change Contemporary Monotone Urban Sceneries
Euler Sobreira Muniz

This paper intends to show the changes of the Post Industrial Revolution cities, mainly the ones faced by urban spaces settled in Europe and in Brazil. These changes turned the town’s urban and built spaces extremely monotones. The contemporary way of producing objects in series and the necessity of reducing costs, to answer increasing space demands - until 2050, 75% of the world population will live in cities, instigated professionals, promoters and built spaces producers, to repeat a large number of times, planned constructions and urbanized zones. Surely, the reproduction of objects can or should always increase the products quality and decrease their costs. But, it’s a human natural necessity, to face new sceneries and to live in a place that has some identification with its owner. Computer’s systems can help designers to produce individual projects inside a series production. After a research, a method of defining spaces was developed to create individual solutions for answering collective demands. The presentation of this method is, by the end, the main target of this paper.

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