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Lopes, S. S., Borges, J. C., Fernandes, R. del P. & Marat-Mendes, T. (2021). Rediscovering modern ‘civil architecture’: The case of Bela Vista neighbourhood in Setúbal. In Milheiro, A. V., Rodrigues, I. L., Serrazina, B., Silva, L. M., and DINÂMIA’CET (Ed.), Optimistic Suburbia 2: Middle-Class Mass Housing Complexes. (pp. 88-94). Lisboa: DINÂMIA'CET.
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S. A. Lopes et al.,  "Rediscovering modern ‘civil architecture’: The case of Bela Vista neighbourhood in Setúbal", in Optimistic Suburbia 2: Middle-Class Mass Housing Complexes, Milheiro, A. V., Rodrigues, I. L., Serrazina, B., Silva, L. M., and DINÂMIA’CET, Ed., Lisboa, DINÂMIA'CET, 2021, pp. 88-94
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@inproceedings{lopes2021_1708487938861,
	author = "Lopes, S. S. and Borges, J. C. and Fernandes, R. del P. and Marat-Mendes, T.",
	title = "Rediscovering modern ‘civil architecture’: The case of Bela Vista neighbourhood in Setúbal",
	booktitle = "Optimistic Suburbia 2: Middle-Class Mass Housing Complexes",
	year = "2021",
	editor = "Milheiro, A. V., Rodrigues, I. L., Serrazina, B., Silva, L. M., and DINÂMIA’CET",
	volume = "",
	number = "",
	series = "",
	pages = "88-94",
	publisher = "DINÂMIA'CET",
	address = "Lisboa",
	organization = "DINÂMIA'CET",
	url = "https://www.optimisticsuburbia2.com/c%C3%B3pia-book-of-abstracts"
}
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TY  - CPAPER
TI  - Rediscovering modern ‘civil architecture’: The case of Bela Vista neighbourhood in Setúbal
T2  - Optimistic Suburbia 2: Middle-Class Mass Housing Complexes
AU  - Lopes, S. S.
AU  - Borges, J. C.
AU  - Fernandes, R. del P.
AU  - Marat-Mendes, T.
PY  - 2021
SP  - 88-94
CY  - Lisboa
UR  - https://www.optimisticsuburbia2.com/c%C3%B3pia-book-of-abstracts
AB  - Suburban mass-housing became commonplace in Portuguese cities during the twentieth century, particularly in the metropolitan areas. Research into the current conditions of such suburbs is increasingly important, as challengesfacing metropolitan cities continue to evolve and demand for sustainable change. Here, we observe the urban process of a particular case-study –the Bela Vista neighbourhood in Setúbal, planned by José Charters Monteiro as ‘civil architecture’. What aspects defined its urban design and what role can the territory play in improving Bela Vista in the future? Moreover, the urban and architectural forms of Bela Vista underwent a period of disbelief, deserving today a closer look. Can its intended ‘civil architecture’ and the later civic engagement promote urban regeneration and social-territorial cohesion?Anchored on a morphological and ecological perception, we aim to disclose the key transformations of this planned suburb, assessing how it can continue to change towards a more just and sustainable future.

ER  -