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Urbanity Corporate is a AAA office building with 29,248 square meters of space, located in the South Region of Sao Paulo.
The South Marginal Region in particular, where Urbanity is located, is benefiting substantially from the recent improvements in the infrastructure of the city.
Urbanity in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is marked by a precarious entanglement of colonial past and globalized present, of decrepit infrastructure and formidable social resilience.
Holl's experiments with luminosity and porosity, tactility and topography, hapticity and urbanity, and elements that anchor and intertwine are on full display.
Francesco Bozzi examines Hamsun, Joyce and Miller in "Movement, Sensation, and Perception: The Wanderings of the Artist and the Emergence of Modern Urbanity.
Although the bold lines and solid colors symbolize the vision of urbanity, architectural firm Asya Designs drew inspiration from the municipality's natural beauty and its main product, the 'labong' (bamboo shoots) to give the mall a sense of place.
com)-- The tech startup GreaterPlaces and civic outreach group DoTankDC launched the wildly successful card game Cards Against Urbanity on September 17.
Urbanidad," or urbanity, is the term used to refer to not just "good manners and right conduct" but to overall respect for others and the maintenance of pleasant social interactions.
And he carried out its many duties with tact and urbanity.
We do not conceive of the city as a given space, nor even as a space in the making, but as a setting in which urbanity takes place, thereby producing manifold temporally, spatially and socially entangled urban spaces rather than producing 'the city'.
Rifkin contends that Chrystos directly confronts this distance and the related questions of nationhood and authenticity that haunt Indigenous urbanity in her poetry.