This paper is focused on community engagement processes, re-use of public spaces and enhancement of Cultural Heritage (CH), recognised and fostered by European policies as drivers for cities and regions urban sustainable growth in all its social, ecological, spatial and economic dimensions. The topic of this paper is the interaction between community, space and CH, in contemporary urban regeneration practices. It describes and analyses the co-design and co-creation methodology and the impacts of incremental pilot actions implemented by the EU Horizon 2020 project ROCK – Regeneration and Optimization of Cultural Heritage in creative and Knowledge cities (GA 730280) in Piazza Rossini, a square in the historic university area of the city of Bologna (Italy).

Cultural heritage-led practices for regeneration. Public space as a common good

Danila Longo
Primo
;
Andrea Boeri
Secondo
;
Rossella Roversi
Penultimo
;
Serena Orlandi
Ultimo
2022

Abstract

This paper is focused on community engagement processes, re-use of public spaces and enhancement of Cultural Heritage (CH), recognised and fostered by European policies as drivers for cities and regions urban sustainable growth in all its social, ecological, spatial and economic dimensions. The topic of this paper is the interaction between community, space and CH, in contemporary urban regeneration practices. It describes and analyses the co-design and co-creation methodology and the impacts of incremental pilot actions implemented by the EU Horizon 2020 project ROCK – Regeneration and Optimization of Cultural Heritage in creative and Knowledge cities (GA 730280) in Piazza Rossini, a square in the historic university area of the city of Bologna (Italy).
Danila Longo, Andrea Boeri, Rossella Roversi, Serena Orlandi
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