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Sustainability, Volume 11, Issue 23 (December-1 2019)
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Cover Story (view full-size image) This work focuses on a densely urbanised area settled along the Tagus Estuary hydrographic network [...] Read more. This work focuses on a densely urbanised area settled along the Tagus Estuary hydrographic network (Portugal), dubbed as the City of the Tagus Estuary (CTE). Analyzing two recent projects along and towards the estuary (one riverfront and one river valley of a Tagus tributary with piped water flow), the work aims to study urban regeneration strategies and promotions that use water as a way to build (re-build or reformulate) the image of the Lisbon Metropolitan Area. The goal is to understand what kind of role the estuary (the presence and the visual perception of the river, as well as the memory of it) is called to play as a support of appealing and winning urban regeneration formula, carried out on both banks—that is, towards a new-found relationship with the estuary and a renewed image of urban surroundings along the water, which can structure the CTE’s ground level project. View this paper