‘Housing the city’ focuses the people, with their different requests of the city, in the centre of urban planning and the architectural debate, to reaffirm the right to the city as a crucial aim for environmental, social and economic sustainability. We can mention four focus: – the city of the poor, the city of the rich: enclaves and ghettos tell us that the city is an inclusion/exclusion mechanism. The housing becomes the overcoming of the effects in the private and in the public sphere; – populations and welcoming: the housing is a tool to accommodate the flow of newcomers and combat intolerance, racism, and the social, cultural and religious inequalities; – forms of shared and collaborative housing: new forms of community define differentiated demands to live in a sustainable and recovered socio-urban dimension; – public space and heritage: rethinking public space as a collective place that deserves attention and care because it is a cultural heritage that should be treated as the historical one

Abitare la città / Argenti, Maria; Caudo, Giovanni; Cervini, Giulia; Cosci, Stefania; DE LEO, Daniela; Pietro, Cristiana Di; Franciosini, Luigi; Hetman, Janet; Longobardi, Giovanni; Rosmini, Emilia. - ELETTRONICO. - (2016), pp. 47-50. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Ambiente, città e territorio tenutosi a Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Roma nel 30 marzo 2016.

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ARGENTI, Maria;CERVINI, GIULIA;DE LEO, DANIELA;ROSMINI, EMILIA
2016

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‘Housing the city’ focuses the people, with their different requests of the city, in the centre of urban planning and the architectural debate, to reaffirm the right to the city as a crucial aim for environmental, social and economic sustainability. We can mention four focus: – the city of the poor, the city of the rich: enclaves and ghettos tell us that the city is an inclusion/exclusion mechanism. The housing becomes the overcoming of the effects in the private and in the public sphere; – populations and welcoming: the housing is a tool to accommodate the flow of newcomers and combat intolerance, racism, and the social, cultural and religious inequalities; – forms of shared and collaborative housing: new forms of community define differentiated demands to live in a sustainable and recovered socio-urban dimension; – public space and heritage: rethinking public space as a collective place that deserves attention and care because it is a cultural heritage that should be treated as the historical one
Ambiente, città e territorio
disuguaglianze; impoverimento; fenomeno migratorio; condivisione; partecipazione; accessibilità
04 Pubblicazione in atti di convegno::04b Atto di convegno in volume
Abitare la città / Argenti, Maria; Caudo, Giovanni; Cervini, Giulia; Cosci, Stefania; DE LEO, Daniela; Pietro, Cristiana Di; Franciosini, Luigi; Hetman, Janet; Longobardi, Giovanni; Rosmini, Emilia. - ELETTRONICO. - (2016), pp. 47-50. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Ambiente, città e territorio tenutosi a Università degli Studi Roma Tre, Roma nel 30 marzo 2016.
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