Previous Issues

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REVISTA AUS Nº21 
AÑO 2017

This number of journal presents a set of reflections about the transformations that occur in the dwelling, from different scales, focusing the analysis on elements of the city, such as the tree, housing, park, neighborhood, landscape Urban, territory.
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JOURNAL AUS Nº19 urbanism
Year 2016

The present issue of the AUS Journal deals with an increasing interest among the academia and professional circles in discussing several aspects that currently seem neglected and forgotten by local and national governments facing urban growth and development. At the same time, such spaces offer opportunities for improvement through the practice of planning. (UN-Habitat, 2016).
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JOURNAL AUS Nº18 EDUCATION
Year 2015

If you are not learning when you teach, then don’t teach!
Our expectation is for this issue to become a contribution for students, academicians and particularly for users, the silent inhabitants of each space which has been influenced in one way or another by some of the many architecture workshops in Chile and abroad.
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JOURNAL AUS Nº17 THE PLACE OF MODERN
Year 2015

Issue devoted to modern architecture to make a pause and reflect on some of the works of this period. The issue also provides an understanding of the totalizing goals of this movement, and –from the point of view of its authors– we can deduct whereabouts we stand today.
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JOURNAL AUS Nº16 heritage with NO brEAKS
Year 2014

This issue is devoted to discussing heritage, particularly designed and built heritage, as an opportunity to learn and discuss at different scales, localizations, activities and materials, the valuation of different architectural and urban facts that have emerged and assigned meaning to the habitat.
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aus 15JOURNAL AUS Nº15 Approaches from form, space and place.

Year 2014

Most of these articles were presented during the Third Meeting of Urban Design which was held at Universidad Austral de Chile, in 2013. We hope that the contents of this issue are useful both to the research community and to those work dreaming, planning and building our small and large cities.
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aus 14JOURNAL AUS Nº14

Year 2013

This issue provides selected articles that dig deeper into urban topics such as belonging, meaningful places, places and non-places. We expect that they can be helpful for those who study and work in city planning and construction.
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JOURNAL AUS Nº13
Year 2013

This issue provides reflections and proposals by architects on the existence of water, its use, modeling and ecology.
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aus 12JOURNAL AUS Nº12 

Year 2012

The relationship between old and new in architecture is an issue often faced by architects. Cities are not a blank sheet where works can be placed unharmed, but rather a palimpsest where ancient and current times coexist.
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aus 11JOURNAL AUS Nº11 ARCHITECTURE AND BOUNDARIES

Year 2012

This issue delves deeper into the concept of architectonic and urban boundaries, limits and beyond limits, including conventionalisms and transgressions with the largest possible openness so as to inspire authors.
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JOURNAL AUS Nº10 FEASIBLE CITIES
Year 2011

Achieving a feasible-sustainable city in all its social, spatial, economic and environmental wealth and multiplicity is a huge effort that involves not only decision-makers but also each of us as citizens.
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JOURNAL AUS Nº9 Architecture and Accessibility
Year 2011

This issue reflects on the city and architecture, but this time from those who bear its burden; those who are excluded and many times, discriminated against, either in their fundamental rights or in a large enough share as to live in hardship.
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JOURNAL AUS Nº8 Architecture and Heritage
Year 2010

Heritage is only possible when people gain ownership over what they have and convey it to the following generations as a basic condition to having genetic and cultural DNA strains that can give shape to a free and creative fabric, a sustainable destiny for future generations.
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journal AUS Nº7 Architecture and Landscape
Year 2010

This issue presents a marked contrast between works and landscape visions, in Chile and abroad. It is our hope that this further informs the debate regarding the topic among our readers.
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Year 2009

Adequate spaces favor good quality of living and it is there where a sustainable city develops to return to the scale of the pedestrian and where efficient public transportation becomes the main player.
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journal AUS Nº5 Architecture and Education
Year 2009

Given the growing number of Architecture schools in our country and the considerable amount of graduates, we think it is crucial to reflect on the quality of architecture teaching and its mechanisms to take it to practice.
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journal AUS Nº4 CONTEMPORANEOUS CITY
Year 2008

A vision of the city of the future is only possible by knowing and valuing our past and heritage. This issue presents visions about the city and the sound judgment of the National History Awardee, Father Gabriel Guarda, O.S.B.
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journal AUS Nº3 ernst kasper
Year 2008

Issue dedicated to Ernst Kasper, German architect and an extraordinary teacher at our University, adviser to the Institute and professor since 2000.
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JOURNAL AUS Nº2 ARCHITECTURES OF EXTREMES
Year 2006

Projects in the desert, the south, and the open city. What does “to inhabit” mean? Answers from philosophy by Vilem Flusser.
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JOURNAL AUS Nº1 THE CITY AND PUBLIC SPACE
Year 2006

The Journal’s first issue marks the commitment of the Architecture and Urban Development Institute with the city, architecture, urban development, landscape, teaching and sustainability. . 
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