Tali Hatuka
Tali Hatuka
Head, Laboratory for Contemporary Urban Design (LCUD), Tel Aviv University
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The political premises of contemporary urban concepts: The global city, the sustainable city, the resilient city, the creative city, and the smart city
T Hatuka, I Rosen-Zvi, M Birnhack, E Toch, H Zur
Planning Theory & Practice 19 (2), 160-179, 2018
Politics and culture in the making of public space: Taksim Square, 1 May 1977, Istanbul
A Baykan, T Hatuka
Planning perspectives 25 (1), 49-68, 2010
The emergence of portable private-personal territory: Smartphones, social conduct and public spaces
T Hatuka, E Toch
Urban Studies 53 (10), 2192-2208, 2016
Being visible in public space: The normalisation of asymmetrical visibility
T Hatuka, E Toch
Urban Studies 54 (4), 984-998, 2017
Violent acts and urban space in contemporary Tel Aviv: Revisioning moments
T Hatuka
University of Texas Press, 2010
From smart cities to smart social urbanism: A framework for shaping the socio-technological ecosystems in cities
T Hatuka, H Zur
Telematics and Informatics 55, 101430, 2020
Human-biometeorological conditions and thermal perception in a Mediterranean coastal park
H Saaroni, D Pearlmutter, T Hatuka
International journal of biometeorology 59, 1347-1362, 2015
Urban design in the context of glocalization and nationalism: Rothschild Boulevards, Tel Aviv
T Hatuka, L Forsyth
Urban Design International 10, 69-86, 2005
After postmodernism: Readdressing the role of Utopia in urban design and planning
T Hatuka, A D'Hooghe
Places 19 (2), 2007
Who is the ‘smart’resident in the digital age? The varied profiles of users and non-users in the contemporary city
T Hatuka, H Zur
Urban Studies 57 (6), 1260-1283, 2020
The right to vision: A new planning praxis for conflict cities
DE Davis, T Hatuka
Journal of Planning Education and Research 31 (3), 241-257, 2011
The design of protest: choreographing political demonstrations in public space
T Hatuka
University of Texas Press, 2018
Loose ends: the role of architecture in constructing urban borders in Tel Aviv–Jaffa since the 1920s
T Hatuka, R Kallus
Planning Perspectives 21 (1), 23-44, 2006
Industrial urbanism: Typologies, concepts and prospects
T Hatuka, E Ben-Joseph
Built Environment 43 (1), 10-24, 2017
Civilian consciousness of the mutable nature of borders: The power of appearance along a fragmented border in Israel/Palestine
T Hatuka
Political Geography 31 (6), 347-357, 2012
Facing forward: trends and challenges in the development of industry in cities
T Hatuka, E Ben-Joseph, SM Peterson
Built environment 43 (1), 145-155, 2017
The urban digital lifestyle: An analytical framework for placing digital practices in a spatial context and for developing applicable policy
T Hatuka, H Zur, JA Mendoza
Cities 111, 102978, 2021
Navigating housing approaches: A search for convergences among competing ideas
T Hatuka, R Bar
Housing, Theory and Society 34 (3), 277-296, 2017
The need for advocating regional human comfort design codes for public spaces: A case study of a Mediterranean urban park
T Hatuka, H Saaroni
Landscape Research 39 (3), 287-304, 2014
The challenge of distance in designing civil protest: the case of Resurrection City in the Washington Mall and the Occupy Movement in Zuccotti Park
T Hatuka
Planning Perspectives 31 (2), 253-282, 2016
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