The regeneration of marginal urban fabrics: to build a research path through planning experiments

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Ilaria Valente
Publishing Year 2011 Issue 2011/59
Language Italian Pages 4 P. 66-69 File size 450 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2011-059011
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The planning research addressed by this paper is the question of the degree to which urban fabrics can be changed: demolished, maintained, constructed and consolidated. A discussion is given of the possibility of working by practising the regeneration of ‘open’ and ‘integrable’ urban margins, supported by an aware and oriented description of the context to which to attach precise planning documents. Work by doctoral students in architectural and urban design proposes ways of interpreting the subject of regeneration and some partial solutions as starting points for more detailed study and comparisons. They are precise strategies for architectural intervention and can be integrated, one with the other, for application to the western margins of Milan, where it is planned to reconstruct the urban fabric of built and open spaces and of pre-existing traces with completely new connections.

Keywords: Regeneration, stratification, reconnection

Ilaria Valente, La rigenerazione dei tessuti urbani marginali: costruire un percorso di ricerca tramite sperimentazioni progettuali in "TERRITORIO" 59/2011, pp 66-69, DOI: 10.3280/TR2011-059011