Roman Catholic parishes and their churches, historically ingrained in the urban and rural frame of the Italian context, are now passing through a process of reconsideration and regeneration. In a society more and more multicultural and fluid, the places for worship and spirituality are looking for new ways of conception, design, and management that can put in contact the sacred buildings with the community. The aim is to lead the churches to regain value as nodes of sociality and faith in the city, in the town, and in the neighborhood.

Design for and by community. Participatory processes for the construction of Italian parish complexes

Daprà, F.;
2019

Abstract

Roman Catholic parishes and their churches, historically ingrained in the urban and rural frame of the Italian context, are now passing through a process of reconsideration and regeneration. In a society more and more multicultural and fluid, the places for worship and spirituality are looking for new ways of conception, design, and management that can put in contact the sacred buildings with the community. The aim is to lead the churches to regain value as nodes of sociality and faith in the city, in the town, and in the neighborhood.
participatory processes, ecclesiastical heritage, parish complex, sacred architecture
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