Uncertain Regional Urbanism in Venezuela: Government, Infrastructure and Environment

Fabio Capra Ribeiro, David Grierson (Editor), Ashraf M. Salama (Editor)

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Uncertain Regional Urbanism in Venezuela explores the changes cities face when they become metropolises, forming expanding regions which create both potential and problems within settlements. To do so, it focuses on three metropolitan areas located in Venezuela's Center-North region: Caracas, Maracay and Valencia, designated as "Camava."

Considering three core topics, government and territorial administration, infrastructure and environment, as well as looking at the reciprocal impact, this book describes and analyzes the determinant variables that characterize the phenomenon of regional urbanization in this area and in the wider Global South. It includes documentary research, semi-structured interviews and Delphi methodology, involving a total of forty experts from different disciplines to build a comprehensive outlook on the situation.

This book presents a broader understanding of the region to encourage a more sustainable and knowledge-based development plan, moving away from the exploitation of natural resources, with six future-oriented scenarios to consider. This is a much-needed study in the urban regions of Venezuela, which will be of interest to academics and researchers in Latin American studies, the Global South, architecture and planning.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
Number of pages232
Publication statusPublished - 9 Jan 2023

Publication series

NameArchitecture and Urbanism in the Global South


  • Venezuela
  • urbanism
  • sustainable architecture


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