In the perspective of contemporary urban design practices on environmental rebalancing, a fragmented conceptual framework emerges, where technicism seems the only approach which could provide concrete results vis-à-vis the crisis we are currently experiencing. Instead, the proposed contribution shifts the reflection on the reasons for an aesthetic experience that poses the revival of uncontrolled Nature at the core of the urban scene. The relationship between City-Architecture-Nature is critically interpreted through the design positions of the Modern and the Contemporary, to highlight a new immersive attitude, where sensorial becomes a specific feature in the development of current urban dwelling.

Beyond the Green New Deal. Contemporary Design Strategies and Emerging Aesthetics in Times of Urban Transitions

Berlingieri F.;Valente I.
2021

Abstract

In the perspective of contemporary urban design practices on environmental rebalancing, a fragmented conceptual framework emerges, where technicism seems the only approach which could provide concrete results vis-à-vis the crisis we are currently experiencing. Instead, the proposed contribution shifts the reflection on the reasons for an aesthetic experience that poses the revival of uncontrolled Nature at the core of the urban scene. The relationship between City-Architecture-Nature is critically interpreted through the design positions of the Modern and the Contemporary, to highlight a new immersive attitude, where sensorial becomes a specific feature in the development of current urban dwelling.
ANNALES. SERIES HISTORIA ET SOCIOLOGIA
urban Renaturation, transition, architectural aesthetics, sensoriality
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