Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Corinna Nicosia
Publishing Year 2013 Issue 2013/65 Language Italian
Pages 11 P. 128-138 File size 992 KB
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The ‘Turbine’, seen symbolically as a turning point with regard to a planning tradition and theory which is now in its death throes, to all effects and purposes constitutes a new way of practicing and understanding urban planning. This very elementary image is just the tip of an iceberg, the base of which is still firmly anchored in theories and lines of thought which were appearing on the Italian academic scene for the first time, leaving an irreversible mark on its future. Regardless of the failure of the project and the polemics that arose over the affair, it is important to take a new look at the Turbine and to reconstruct its planning and theoretical basis, in order to both grasp its substantial nature and also to understand the meaning of some of the urban images which still today characterise the Milan region.
Keywords: Turbine; city region; inter-municipal plan
Corinna Nicosia, Le radici della ‘Turbina’. Ricostruzione genealogica del Piano Intercomunale Milanese del 1963 in "TERRITORIO" 65/2013, pp 128-138, DOI: 10.3280/TR2013-065019