Contemporary cities can be considered as complex systems subject to dynamic and unpredictable global phenomena, with variable impacts on the built environment. This is even more true in the case of historic cities, stratified organism of material and immaterial heritage in which users interact at different times and in different ways with the precious and vulnerable context. The ROCK project interprets the historic centers of the European cities as dynamic parts of these, as living laboratories where new models of urban regeneration can be tested.

Contribution of co-creation in urban regeneration processes

Boeri, Andrea;Longo, Danila
2020

Abstract

Contemporary cities can be considered as complex systems subject to dynamic and unpredictable global phenomena, with variable impacts on the built environment. This is even more true in the case of historic cities, stratified organism of material and immaterial heritage in which users interact at different times and in different ways with the precious and vulnerable context. The ROCK project interprets the historic centers of the European cities as dynamic parts of these, as living laboratories where new models of urban regeneration can be tested.
2020
Cultural Heritage leading urban future. Actions and innovations from ROCK project
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