Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Andrea Oldani
Publishing Year 2013 Issue 2013/64 Language Italian
Pages 7 P. 131-137 File size 563 KB
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The frequency with which disasters hit inhabited areas is increasing constantly and depends on a series of negative factors which include the ways in which towns and cities were built in the last century and the climatic changes that are affecting our planet. The resolution of risk conditions requires the development of an attitude to research designed to identify planning strategies which try to the redetermine relationships between cities and rivers, starting by recognising them as places with potential. Comparison of this thinking with the contents of studies conducted in Europe shows that working possibilities exist which, starting with the requirement to solve the waterway problems of cities without ignoring the desire to raise the quality of marginal and rundown areas, fully involve the architecture within a framework based on common intentions and shared solutions.
Keywords: Rivers; cities, climate change
Andrea Oldani, Fiumi e città. Esperienze europee a confronto in "TERRITORIO" 64/2013, pp 131-137, DOI: 10.3280/TR2013-064022