The study deals with the San Siro public housing neighbourhood in Milan, whose size and amount of issues make the district as a system in itself disjointed to the urban context. Features and conditions of this area, would require an hard work (and simultaneously offered great opportunities) for researching and field-testing innovative solutions for building and social rehabilitation of the great public housing settlements, as originally outlined in the «Neighbourhood Contracts». On the contrary, funds assigned to this complex by the second competition for Neighbourhood Contracts», doesn’t seem to have started any innovative process of intervention on built environment, but rather letting an involutional model.

La meteora dei Contratti di Quartiere nell’esperienza del San Siro a Milano The meteor of the Neighbourhood Contracts through the case of the San Siro district in Milan

FIANCHINI, MARIA
2012-01-01

Abstract

The study deals with the San Siro public housing neighbourhood in Milan, whose size and amount of issues make the district as a system in itself disjointed to the urban context. Features and conditions of this area, would require an hard work (and simultaneously offered great opportunities) for researching and field-testing innovative solutions for building and social rehabilitation of the great public housing settlements, as originally outlined in the «Neighbourhood Contracts». On the contrary, funds assigned to this complex by the second competition for Neighbourhood Contracts», doesn’t seem to have started any innovative process of intervention on built environment, but rather letting an involutional model.
Edilizia Residenziale Pubblica; Intervento sul Costruito; Processo Edilizio; Riqualificazione Edilizia; Recupero Urbano; Social Housing; Existing Building; Building Process; Building Rehabilitation; Urban Regeneration
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