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Architecture and the city datasets

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This data consists of images, diagrams and reports detailing about 140 cities around the world, articulated in: a. Spatial data: - Forma Urbis - Figureground - Nollie Map - Urban Section - Street section - Historic data - historic analysis and urban timeline - Mobility data - mobility analysis - Land uses - functional analysis - Building typologies - Morpho-typological analysis b. Visual data: - Images - Sketches - Visual diagrams Maps are developed using data freely available online, for example historic information, mobility information as well as original data generated through special and visual analysis. Data are currently published in an open source freely accessible platform and they can be reused apon referencing. The files formats include.pez (downloadable as a series of .jpeg and . html). The software used is Prezi, and the file sizes vary between individual datasets. Data can be accessed through every common web browser. In order to download the data and save them to a local hard drive, it is necessary to subscribe to the platform www.prezi.com

Access rights

Access is mediated; chief investigator can provide links to specific data for individual cities or keywords to identify groups of cities within the online platform.

Location of data collection


Research areas

Urban Morphology
Spatial Data
Urban Design
Urban Analysis and Development
Spatial Analysis

Cite this collection

Guaralda,Mirko. (2017): Architecture and the city datasets. [Queensland University of Technology]. https://doi.org/10.4225/09/597eb3d935529

Data file types

.pez files using Prezi to visualise.


Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 (CC-BY)


Copyright belongs to the student responsible for creating the dataset.

Dates of data collection

From 2013 to 2014


Has association with
Mirko Guaralda  (Researcher)
Has chief investigator
Mirko Guaralda  (Researcher)



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Published - Open Access