The deindustrialization with the connected disposal of the urban structures, tied up to the economic transformations of the period from 1945 to 1985 has set in a central position of the urbanistic debate the presence of the urban voids and the deindustrialised areas inside the cities. It is necessary to consider deindustrialised areas are private-public spaces that are changing their status from "problem" to "resource" through strategies of reuse that allow the rationalization of the existing infrastructures, the location of new productive activities and urban equipments able to oppose the urban decline and to produce quality. Very often the disused areas are characterized by a wide number of infrastrucutres that are connected in efficient way to the urban context, but often we can’t see a sustainable use of such resources of mobility that is old, monofunctional and dominated by the movement on the wheels.

Forming private/public spaces. Regeneration's projects.

Maurizio Francesco Errigo
2017

Abstract

The deindustrialization with the connected disposal of the urban structures, tied up to the economic transformations of the period from 1945 to 1985 has set in a central position of the urbanistic debate the presence of the urban voids and the deindustrialised areas inside the cities. It is necessary to consider deindustrialised areas are private-public spaces that are changing their status from "problem" to "resource" through strategies of reuse that allow the rationalization of the existing infrastructures, the location of new productive activities and urban equipments able to oppose the urban decline and to produce quality. Very often the disused areas are characterized by a wide number of infrastrucutres that are connected in efficient way to the urban context, but often we can’t see a sustainable use of such resources of mobility that is old, monofunctional and dominated by the movement on the wheels.
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