In the contemporary city, we are witnessing the gradual loss of collective interest in traditional public spaces and the irruption of infrastructural divestment urban voids, places of hinge between historical and consolidated city, evidence of different eras and stories. Because of the socio-economic crisis and the phenomena of urban fragmentation, these areas represent an opportunity to guarantee for local communities a better usability of the places of relationship, as public city's frame, and a greater environmental and urban quality, as new regeneration propulsion poles. On the one hand, the desire to regain possession of configured open spaces becomes the expression of an identity theme, since these areas require inclusive practices for revitalization that aim at preserving the heritage historical memory and the innovation of collective uses; on the other hand, the transformation of the disused railway stations, due to their importance in the urban fabric and the complexity of the legal system of the FS, is a place of experimentation. The paper intends to deal the case of Bergamo, in particular the strategic areas of the Polo of Culture and of the New South Gate Intermodal Center, defined by the PGT 2010, in which the morphological and functional continuity between the parts contributes to the construction of a structuring axis that tries to reconstruct the relationships between historical and consolidated urban fabrics, for a new idea of the city.
Spazio pubblico e rigenerazione urbana. Tra storia e dismissione / Bevilacqua, Giulia; Amato, Chiara. - In: URBANISTICA DOSSIER. - ISSN 2240-0133. - :015(2018), pp. 29-33.
|Titolo:||Spazio pubblico e rigenerazione urbana. Tra storia e dismissione|
BEVILACQUA, GIULIA (Co-primo)
AMATO, CHIARA (Co-primo)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Citazione:||Spazio pubblico e rigenerazione urbana. Tra storia e dismissione / Bevilacqua, Giulia; Amato, Chiara. - In: URBANISTICA DOSSIER. - ISSN 2240-0133. - :015(2018), pp. 29-33.|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||01a Articolo in rivista|