Revista Nacional de Gerenciamento de Cidades https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades <p>Temos o prazer de informar que a <strong>Revista Nacional de Gerenciamento de Cidades</strong> obteve o <strong>Qualis A3</strong> -<a href="https://sucupira.capes.gov.br/sucupira/public/index.xhtml"> Resultado divulgado 29/12/2022</a></p> <p>A <strong>Revista Nacional de Gestão de Cidades</strong> tem como objetivo divulgar trabalhos científicos, resultado de pesquisas empíricas, experimentais ou conceituais, resultantes de pesquisas de mestrado, doutorado ou afins.</p> <p>Revista Focus - <strong>"Arquitetura e Urbanismo com ênfase em planejamento e gestão"</strong></p> <p>Área de Arquitetura, Urbanismo e Design</p> <p>Atenção - A partir de 2020 os artigos serão publicados em inglês e português.</p> <p>Não serão aceitos para submissão artigos de autoria ou coautoria de alunos de graduação ou pós-graduação, "todos os autores" devem estar vinculados a programas stricto sensu ou possuir titulação mínima de mestre.</p> ANAP - Associação Amigos de Natureza de Alta Paulista pt-BR Revista Nacional de Gerenciamento de Cidades 2318-8472 City Information Modeling (CIM) and Smart Cities (SC): A Bibliometric Analysis with VOSViewer and R Software with Bibliometrix Package (2010-2020) https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3349 <p>The present paper aimed to carry out a bibliometric analysis using the VOSViewer and R software, and to discuss the results obtained from queries accomplished by combining the keywords City Information Modeling and Smart Cities, as well as their relationship in the contemporary context of cities. To this end, the Web of Science referential platform was adopted as a scientific database and the adopted filter published articles in English journals from 2010 to 2020. This way, the data obtained were downloaded and inserted into the mentioned software, which allowed the performance of qualitative and quantitative analyses. The sentences used in the research revealed certain particularities, from the elevated and constant production of scientific articles to the absence of publications regarding the direct use of the terms "CIM" and "Smart Cities". Therefore, the use of the proposed tools can contribute to the survey of specific studies in the area in question, as well as revealing research trends in the scientific environment and consequently its evolution in the academic scenario.</p> Bruna Logatti Cristian Roberto Nazareth Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-24 2022-12-24 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223349 Transcultural Landscapes: Public Space and Bioclimatic Architecture https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3350 <p>Objectives: To analyze Transcultural Landscapes defined by Public Space and Bioclimatic Architecture of African Brazilians and Indigenous Cultures. Indigenous architecture from native ethnic groups added to Africans who came to the country as slaves. Such Brazilian tropical architecture is characterized by moving away not only from the usual constructive methods, but also from a characteristic of western culture of aggressiveness towards nature. Theoretical approach: Architecture as Landscape, Place and Sustainable Development. Discussion: Conforming Architecture to socioeconomic and environmental issues to conform buildings to sustainability. Theoretical / methodological contributions: Architecture comes from ecological conditions resulting from the natural context (Biophilia). Place as a fundamental concept for the study of geography, linking it to Cultural Landscape in which culture is the agent, the natural area is the environment, and the Cultural Landscape is the result. Cultural Landscape concept was adopted by UNESCO in 1992 and incorporated as a new typology of recognition of cultural assets according to the 1972 Convention, which established the World Heritage List. Social and environmental contributions: Changing the Urban Paradigm through micro-prototypes implanted in the favela Morro do Palácio, in Niterói/RJ from the perspective of Technological Innovations and Experiments with New Materials, Processes, and Tools, as goals of the LAPALU (Transcultural Laboratory of Landscape and Place), PPGAU/UFF/CNPq. Conclusion: Teaching the Project of Architecture and its Social Innovation at the Brazilian Federal University.</p> Dinah Tereza Papi de Guimaraens Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-24 2022-12-24 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223350 Green Urban Infrastructure and the Potential for Offering Ecosystem Services for Climate Adaptation: Land Use Analysis of the Pinheiros District (São Paulo) https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3351 <p>Ecosystem services (ES) represent various benefits to society, especially those of climate regulation. An increasing number of recommendations are being made so that urban planning internalizes the concept of ES to objectively measure these benefits or for decision making. This paper intends to analyze the role of green infrastructure in urban land use to address the potential for providing climate regulation ES in urban green areas as measures of Ecosystem Based Adaptation (EbA). To this end, it was selected as a case study the land use analysis of the Pinheiros District in São Paulo. This region has a high degree of waterproofing, but has significant green areas and potential space to incorporate the expansion of green infrastructure, i.e., to promote EbA strategies, and consequently the offering of ES. For this purpose, geospatial analysis was used with the technical subsidies of a methodology proposed to measure the capacity of different extensions of vegetation coverage to promote ES regulation. The application showed that one of the district's four sub-districts revealed an existing and greater potential to mitigate climate change effects than the other three sub-districts. This discussion is considered timely given the recently released 2021 Climate Action Plan for the Municipality of São Paulo. The results of the work can be considered by public managers and decision makers on the role of urban green areas and their potential for climate adaptation.</p> Gracielli Folli Monteiro Amarilis Lucia Casteli Figueiredo Gallardo Tatiana Tucunduva Philippi Cortese Ana Paula Branco Nascimento Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-24 2022-12-24 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223351 The City Emerging from Mobile Applications https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3205 <p>This article starts from the concept of Communicational Metropolis, proposed by Massimo Canevacci, connecting it to the studies of Lev Manovich, which explain a growing influence of software in our society. With these pillars, a reflection is presented on the conception of a softwarized communicational metropolis that emerges from the use of applications for mobile communication devices. These mobile media have become central for providing mobility to the user who circulates through physical spaces, promoting greater interaction with the territorial context and causing new dynamics of communication and conviviality. Recent data lead us to believe that in a short time practically all mobile phone devices will be smartphones, a fact that will reconfigure established urban practices once and for all. In this context, a set of applications for mobile devices that articulate urban issues emerges as a contemporary instrument that talks in different ways with this multiple metropolis, from the conception of its practices to the cultural changes that they cause. To answer the questions of this research and identify the transformations that took place, Walter Benjamin's character flâneur was used as a methodological resource that led to the definition and analysis of 10 contextual fragments extracted from the metropolis observed in the apps and their images. The intersection of these fragments highlighted particularities and dynamics that updated the understanding of Communicational Metropolis, interpreting it as a combination between its streets, avenues and the dynamics caused by the apps on them, that is, a composition between the mobile applications themselves and the communicational metropolis with which they interact.</p> Fabricio Farias Tarouco Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Nacional de Gerenciamento de Cidades https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-24 2022-12-24 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223205 The effects of “new centralities” on Goiania’s urban space https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3352 <p>This article describes the process of configuration of new centralities in the city of Goiânia and its effects on urban space production, mainly in the last 50 years. Initially, the concepts of center and centrality are presented, followed by the analysis of three fundamental conditions of urban structuring in the metropolis: “unplanned” urban expansion; multiple urban development axes; and (apparently) disconnected and fragmented centralities. Subsequently, the production of urban space in Goiânia (1933-2020), is the object of analysis, as well as the effects of the “new centralities” in its urban expansion process.&nbsp; The urban analysis methodology consists of the analysis of historic documentation from its urban planning process through the last decades and fieldwork documentation. Thus, this article discusses the (re)configuration and (re)signification of centralities as a result of the social production of urban space, as well as its effects on urban expansion and on the expansion of socio-spatial segregation in Goiânia in the 21st century. Therefore, we focus in the description of the strategies of economic and political control of the territory in the emergence of “new centralities”, understanding it as protagonists of the urban structuring of the metropolis of Goiás, influencing urban expansion, socio-spatial segregation and institutionalization of the urban peripheries.</p> Jhonier Silva Santos Duarte Christine Ramos Mahler Wagner de Souza Rezende Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-24 2022-12-24 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223352 Overcoming the dichotomy between nature and culture for the management of the natural heritage in the city: the multiple representations of the Dois Irmãos Forest, Recife – PE https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3354 <p>This article discusses the issue of heritage management of Atlantic Forest fragments in Brazil, especially in the city of Recife. As ecosystems in urban territory, established as Protected Units, the forest remnants are carriers of socio-cultural meanings, recognized by the natural and cultural values they evoke. The empirical object investigated is the Nature Conservation Unit Mata de Dois Irmãos, which was analyzed as a heritage asset focusing not only on natural processes, but especially on human processes apprehended from the interrelationship established with the site, directly or indirectly. The observation was mediated by semi-structured interviews, listening to local agents (residents), as well as specialists and public managers who are somehow involved with this heritage site. From the analysis, it was possible to apprehend representations that translate the values that are attributed to the ecosystem in question. The results obtained showed the essence contained in the intertwining between the natural and cultural dimensions, interpreted from the expressions and attitudes exposed by those who interact with the urban environment in which it is inserted and with which it relates, which gives relevance to the sociocultural dimension in the existence and permanence of ecosystems, and should be taken into account in the operational process of conservation management of the natural heritage in the city.</p> Célio Henrique Rocha Moura Onilda Gomes Bezerra Tomás de Albuquerque Lapa Maiara Costa Mota Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-25 2022-12-25 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223354 Child leisure and public space occupation, mental health support tools amid the COVID-19 pandemic and possibilities for the city of São Paulo https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3355 <p>Social distancing was considered the main strategy found to contain the spread of the Sars-Cov-2 virus around the world in 2020 and 2021. Much has been discussed regarding how this strategy directly impacted the routines, school performance and mental health of children. In this context, the purpose of this paper is to look at how public spaces offering temporary recreational uses in the city of São Paulo can contribute to the sociability of a generation of children which endured the quarantines prompted by the pandemic, as well as in any future periods in which social distancing may occur. The methodology consists of documental and programmatic analysis of a case study as per UN-HABITAT’s guidance regarding a COVID-19 urban response system. The “Paulista Aberta” program has been selected and reviewed, seeing as it saw the authorization of use of Paulista Avenue, one of São Paulo’s main avenues, as a temporary leisure space, even amid the easing of restriction measures. The relevant contribution of transitory leisure spaces to children’s routines was verified, in line with the existing adoption of temporary leisure uses of the spaces involved in the day-to-day of São Paulo’s population. Those results led us to conclude that temporary public spaces such as Paulista Avenue proved to be a child leisure facilitation tool as social distancing measures eased, seeing as such spaces amount to previously established temporary leisure hubs in the face of the spread of the Sars-Cov-2 virus.</p> Luiz Rocha Maíra Machado-Martins Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-25 2022-12-25 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223355 Public policies for favelas in Osasco-SP and the production of the peripheral city https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3356 <p>The purpose of this article is to analyze municipal actions in the slums of the city of Osasco, in São Paulo State, through public policies launched to face the precariousness of housing in this type of settlement, whether for removal or maintenance. It seeks to evaluate the administrative structure to understand the state organization to carry out the proposed interventions as well as legislative changes in order to make regulations more flexible, the programs created and the effectiveness of these actions. In order to carry out this study, municipal legislation from the mid-1970s to the present day, referring to the administrative structure and urban regulation, was analyzed. We also searched the literature for studies that report the experience of the city of São Paulo, considering that both cities participate in the same urbanization process. Such policies resulted in an urban design that fell short of the norms, but that characterize peripheral cities.</p> Joana da Costa Manso Ramos Alves Rios Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-25 2022-12-25 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223356 Maringá’s Zone 10 as a memory space: abandoned industrial urban areas https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3357 <p>Currently, it has become frequent to find urban voids generated by former industrial spaces that have fallen into disuse in the urban fabric. Industrial ruins, although part of the cultural and historical imaginary of a society, are usually found in abandoned, decharacterized or destroyed situations, sometimes creating hostile environments. Hence, memory, once intimately linked to the development of the city, is slowly being forgotten, consumed by time. Zone 10, located in Maringá-PR, presents such characteristics: historically marked by an industrial complex of relevance for the construction and industrial development of the city and the Northern region of Paraná, it was later abandoned by the industries, and it became one of the biggest urban voids surrounding the city center, deteriorating over the years and leading to a feeling of insecurity in its vicinity. The objective of this article is to debate such a subject through the theories and concepts of urban recovery of industrial areas, seeking to highlight the potentiality of its preservation in projects that seek to revitalize and revive these urban voids, as well as transposing the discussion to the specific object of study, pointing out the relevance of Zone 10 as a heritage of the collective industrial memory of the city of Maringá, and the importance of its preservation in future urban projects. Based on bibliographic analysis, we sought to approximate literature with information gathered about the area, highlighting the importance of its preservation for the maintenance of that space and the city's memory.</p> Carolina Fressatti Cardoso Rilton Robson Lima Vernice Gabriela Oliveira Wedekin Mariana Medeiros da Motta Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-25 2022-12-25 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223357 Evaluation of impacts of the occupation, compatibility and adequacy process applied to buildings in residential yards on the construction site code of Palmas city – Tocantins state (TO). https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3215 <p>The aim of the present study is to evaluate the progress of the occupation process applied to residential yards of Palmas City – Tocantins State (TO) in the light of the legislation providing on parameters and guidelines for residential buildings in this municipality. Aerial and satellite images, as well as tools of the geographic information system (GIS), at high resolution standards, were used for data processing and collection. Study site encompassed yards 407 North, 504 South and the Bertaville Sector, which are located in different regions of the city and at different occupation stages. Seeking to attest to the potential of the generated products in terms of photointerpretation, Geometric and geographic accurate measurements were turned into field images in order to attest to the photo-interpretation potential of the generated products. Impacts of rainwater surface runoff on the study site were evaluated based on urban index data, occupancy rate, built-up areas, waterproofing rates and urban voids, confronted with construction site code provisions.</p> Rafael Alves Amorim Dênis Cardoso Parente Alex Pizzio Mônica Aparecida da Rocha Silva Copyright (c) 2022 Revista Nacional de Gerenciamento de Cidades https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-27 2022-12-27 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223215 Public Garden of São Manuel: a comparative study of the arboreal species from the project by Reynaldo Dierberger (1928) and nowadays (2022 https://publicacoes.amigosdanatureza.org.br/index.php/gerenciamento_de_cidades/article/view/3401 <p>The Public Garden of São Manuel was remodeled in 1928 by the Paulista landscaper Reynaldo Dierberger (1899-1977) and executed by the firm Dierberger &amp; Cia, founded in 1893 in the city of São Paulo by the family' patriarch, João Dierberger. This firm was, until the 1940s, one of the most important ones in the production and commercialization of plants, projects, and execution of gardens. The project elaborated for São Manuel has particular importance for being one of the rare gardens executed by the firm Dierberger, still preserved in its structural aspects. The garden is also a testimony of São Manuel's history since its birth. Furthermore, there is a blueprint of the original project, with handwritten notes by the author about the plant species to be used in this garden. So far, this is the only author's project found in São Paulo´s state, among hundreds of projects, where there is a specification of the vegetation. In this context, the present study aimed to identify and locate the remaining trees and palms of the 1928 project that still exist today. The research used the remodeling project´s blueprint, historical iconography, dissertations, articles, and the georeferenced botanical survey (February 2022). The results show that most of the trees and palm are no longer present or have been replaced by other species and that the upper part of the garden is the one that still preserves part of the vegetal composition.</p> Adélia Guiomar da Silva Talita dos Santos Angélico Andréa Móra Gonçalves Seawright Marta Enokibara Copyright (c) 2022 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0 2022-12-31 2022-12-31 10 81 10.17271/23188472108120223401