Florin Muresanu

“How tall can the acacia grow? Stretching pockets for branded tourist sites”

Abstract
With more than 1 billion cross-border tourists worldwide during the latest years, the tourism industry is responsible for a considerable segment of the global cash flow (1.03 trillion in 2011). However, most of the capital tends to concentrate to established  destinations… Read more

Florin Mureşanu is an architect by choice turned urban planner by chance. His studies and research interests are related but not limited to architectural and cultural anthropology, language and expression, integrated urban planning, and morphology of land use. He is currently a lecturer with “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism in Bucharest, engaged in teaching urban planning disciplines and coaching urban design studios. Occasionally he publishes within and outside the field of urban sciences.