This book explores the issues and international trends of cultural development and cultural sustainability in different places, cities and regions. Unanswered questions, paradoxes and dilemmas regarding who and what cultural development of cities is for, regarding the cultural and creative uses of heritage and the built environment, and regarding the current challenges of cultural quarters and culture-led urban regeneration are faced through analyses and case studies in Stockholm, London, Berlin, Glasgow, Ferrara, Poznan, and other cities. In these explorations, the contributors deliberately crossed the disciplinary boundaries of urban planning, conservation, architecture, social sciences and human geography.

Cultural Quarters and Urban Transformation: International Perspectives

PONZINI, DAVIDE
2009-01-01

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This book explores the issues and international trends of cultural development and cultural sustainability in different places, cities and regions. Unanswered questions, paradoxes and dilemmas regarding who and what cultural development of cities is for, regarding the cultural and creative uses of heritage and the built environment, and regarding the current challenges of cultural quarters and culture-led urban regeneration are faced through analyses and case studies in Stockholm, London, Berlin, Glasgow, Ferrara, Poznan, and other cities. In these explorations, the contributors deliberately crossed the disciplinary boundaries of urban planning, conservation, architecture, social sciences and human geography.
Gotlandica Forlag
9789186103071
Pianificazione urbana; patrimonio culturale; politiche culturali
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