The widespread conditions of obsolescence and risk emerging in many parts of our country pose new questions to the territorial project and entail a review of its operational tools. In this sense, even demolition can acquire a new meaning, soliciting a technical and cultural reflection that has repercussions on the future of the contemporary territory.

“Demolition as a Territorial Reform Project”, in: Della Torre S., Cattaneo S., Lenzi C., Zanelli A. (eds), Regeneration of the Built Environment from a Circular Economy Perspective.

C. Merlini
2020

Abstract

The widespread conditions of obsolescence and risk emerging in many parts of our country pose new questions to the territorial project and entail a review of its operational tools. In this sense, even demolition can acquire a new meaning, soliciting a technical and cultural reflection that has repercussions on the future of the contemporary territory.
Regeneration of the Built Environment from a Circular Economy Perspective.
978-3-030-33255-6
decline, demolition, urban planning, volumetric transfer, urbanity
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