The continuous technological innovations, the progressive increase of cultural levels, the free access to information, the dissemination of knowledge and the unstoppable transformation of our life styles, continue to provide us a framework, constantly updated, of the modifications that our world is undergoing with the entry “full swing” into the “digital age”. These are shared and deep changes that, regardless of attempts to control or to simplify, concretely reflect ever more greatly their own effects on how ideally a city should function, its territory, and also on the ability to actually have on choices and visions for the future. In this paper the author, through different lenses, address the theme of radical change of the already consolidated paradigms and, therefore, of the innovations that are transforming the way we understand our society, its technology, economics, and culture, defined through dimensions of time and the space.

Small is Better! A Vision for a Territorial Sustainable Development

NASELLI, FABIO
2016

Abstract

The continuous technological innovations, the progressive increase of cultural levels, the free access to information, the dissemination of knowledge and the unstoppable transformation of our life styles, continue to provide us a framework, constantly updated, of the modifications that our world is undergoing with the entry “full swing” into the “digital age”. These are shared and deep changes that, regardless of attempts to control or to simplify, concretely reflect ever more greatly their own effects on how ideally a city should function, its territory, and also on the ability to actually have on choices and visions for the future. In this paper the author, through different lenses, address the theme of radical change of the already consolidated paradigms and, therefore, of the innovations that are transforming the way we understand our society, its technology, economics, and culture, defined through dimensions of time and the space.
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