Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Alessandro De Magistris
Publishing Year 2010 Issue 2009/51 Language Italian
Pages 4 P. 10-13 File size 503 KB
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Great events and urban planning: some considerations on a historical interpretation - A specialist literature has developed on the subject of great events as a special opportunity in urban and regional regeneration. It tends to be based on a limited and ‘static’ number of cases which have arisen primarily over the last twenty years (Olympic games, expos over the last quarter of a century), with rhetorical and often superficial references to some examples in the past. Drawing attention to historical aspects, the article underlines the importance of looking at ‘hallmark’ events in the long term which leads to consideration of these events as ‘systemic’ factors of the modernisation and planning of cities, the effects of which are seen over complex time scales.
Keywords: Great events; long term; urban plans.
Alessandro De Magistris, Grandi eventi e sviluppo urbano: alcune riflessioni sul filo di una possibile lettura storica in "TERRITORIO" 51/2009, pp 10-13, DOI: 10.3280/TR2009-051003