We have studied the city from the subdividing of the squares, trying to know how the city grows according to this. In this case we took 3 examples of cities to show how the history, the shape, the topography can affect the urban organization, the density and the model of the city. In Lambare’s case we took the firts neigthbourhoods, that has settle in 1964, to show the regular form, and how they try to respect the organic municipal law that says that the lands need to have al least 360 m2, creating in this way a dispersed model of city, with only 112 people by ha.
In aregua’s case we took the downtown to show how the franciscans impose the outline of the city, with the church in the center and the squares all around, in an ortogonal way, in this case the lands are not very regular for the topography that characterized aregua and the shape of the city.
In villa elisa’s case we took a neighbourhood that have a tipe of land that was before a rural land, and they are divided in a diferent way, more longitudinal than the other ones.