The prefiguration of new strategies and tools for the regeneration of the territories of unauthorized production constitutes a field of research full of perspectives for the purpose of building new physical and intangible assets and configurations, capable of raising the levels of settlement and environmental quality, inclusion social and economic growth. In the current phase characterized by the increase in environmental fragility, by fragmentation and territorial dispersion, by the risks due to global climate change, and by the economic and socio-health crisis caused by the pandemic, these objectives require the implementation of a unified strategy, integrated and inter-scalar, capable of promoting new planning tools based on adaptive and resilient strategies, aimed at recomposing the morphological-functional characteristics of fabrics and the construction of spaces and infrastructures of the public city. A perspective in which play a fundamental role interventions capable of increasing the complexity of the urban structure, increasing the relationship between the parts, finalizing the design of the voids to the demands of sustainability, investigating the relationships between plan and project, between architecture, city and territory, at the search for new urban morphologies and settlement models. In this frame of reference, the paper intends to outline the characteristics of the “Roman case”, particularly characterized from a historical, morphogenetic and dimensional point of view, highlighting the procedural, methodological and operational approaches, the limits and criticalities, but also the evolutionary paths that could affect the overall process of urban regeneration and territorial rebalancing.

Urban form and sustainability. New adaptive and resilient tools and strategies for the regeneration of territories of unauthorized production

Francesco Crupi
2022

Abstract

The prefiguration of new strategies and tools for the regeneration of the territories of unauthorized production constitutes a field of research full of perspectives for the purpose of building new physical and intangible assets and configurations, capable of raising the levels of settlement and environmental quality, inclusion social and economic growth. In the current phase characterized by the increase in environmental fragility, by fragmentation and territorial dispersion, by the risks due to global climate change, and by the economic and socio-health crisis caused by the pandemic, these objectives require the implementation of a unified strategy, integrated and inter-scalar, capable of promoting new planning tools based on adaptive and resilient strategies, aimed at recomposing the morphological-functional characteristics of fabrics and the construction of spaces and infrastructures of the public city. A perspective in which play a fundamental role interventions capable of increasing the complexity of the urban structure, increasing the relationship between the parts, finalizing the design of the voids to the demands of sustainability, investigating the relationships between plan and project, between architecture, city and territory, at the search for new urban morphologies and settlement models. In this frame of reference, the paper intends to outline the characteristics of the “Roman case”, particularly characterized from a historical, morphogenetic and dimensional point of view, highlighting the procedural, methodological and operational approaches, the limits and criticalities, but also the evolutionary paths that could affect the overall process of urban regeneration and territorial rebalancing.
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