This paper focuses on the relationship between the reactivation of the built environment and social innovation. This theme is investigated through the triad: “project, technology and creativity”, which at the operational level of research, leads to the paradigm of the active protection of patrimony. The research documents possible ways of using common goods to produce lasting socio-spatial effects, strengthening the ecosystem of creative and cultural businesses and contributing to qualitative improvement. The aim is to understand how it is possible to trigger a virtuous renewal process of both the content activities and the containing structures, combining the production of new culture and the regeneration of spaces. This process should be nourished by the continuous exchange between tangible and intangible culture, public and private interest and the crossover between old and new cultural production. Special attention is given to initiatives that support the renewal of vocations and the building of new strategies for various realities in crisis.

Collaborative Reactivation of the Built Environment: A Socio-cultural Perspective

D. Fanzini;I. Rotaru;G. Venturini;A. De Cocinis;C. Achille;C. Tommasi
2020-01-01

Abstract

This paper focuses on the relationship between the reactivation of the built environment and social innovation. This theme is investigated through the triad: “project, technology and creativity”, which at the operational level of research, leads to the paradigm of the active protection of patrimony. The research documents possible ways of using common goods to produce lasting socio-spatial effects, strengthening the ecosystem of creative and cultural businesses and contributing to qualitative improvement. The aim is to understand how it is possible to trigger a virtuous renewal process of both the content activities and the containing structures, combining the production of new culture and the regeneration of spaces. This process should be nourished by the continuous exchange between tangible and intangible culture, public and private interest and the crossover between old and new cultural production. Special attention is given to initiatives that support the renewal of vocations and the building of new strategies for various realities in crisis.
urban regeneration, reactivation, cultural heritage, participatory planning, co-design
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