The program Centopiazze (One hundred squares), in the city of Rome in the 90’s, following the new approach proposed by Bohígas in Barcelona, intended to achieve a deep requalification of the complex city through a capillary network of interventions in public spaces, together with an important review of the mobility system and a reformulation of urbanism program, promoting the revision of the concept of public space and the intervention in the outskirts as the starting point for the renewal unitary image of the city. The objectives of decentralization, coordination and balance of the program were organized in immediate and pragmatic actions, leading to a set of urban projects which were applied at the same time in central areas and outskirts, with different results and success levels. This research proposes, from the interpretation of territorial dynamics where the actions were inserted and the identification of the diverse implementation keys, a possible model of analysis and monitoring of interventions in public spaces as well as a methodology for evaluating the results of the program.
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|Titolo:||Centopiazze en Roma. La ciudad periférica a través del vacío|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|