Progetti e proposte di Renzo Piano per il waterfront di Genova, 1981-2017

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Francesco Gastaldi, Federico Camerin
Publishing Year 2021 Issue 2020/93
Language Italian Pages 9 P. 147-155 File size 1125 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2020-093022
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Over the last forty years, Renzo Piano’s proposals have contributed decisively to the debate on urban development in Genoa to address the deindustrialization of the city. This article deals with a particular aspect of the projects designed by Piano focusing on the urban scale and waterfront of the city. In this framework, the only project entirely realized is the result of a long cultural, institutional and political reflection. Other proposals have failed to involve local actors and have been too ambitious or decontextualized with respect to the social and economic characteristics of the city. Nevertheless, these proposals have generated expectations and ideas about the city over time.

Keywords: Waterfront; Genoa; Renzo Piano

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Francesco Gastaldi, Federico Camerin, Progetti e proposte di Renzo Piano per il waterfront di Genova, 1981-2017 in "TERRITORIO" 93/2020, pp 147-155, DOI: 10.3280/TR2020-093022