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Territorios     Open Access  
Territorios en formación     Open Access  
The Evolving Scholar     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
The Journal of Integrated Security and Safety Science (JISSS)     Open Access   (Followers: 2)
The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 18)
The Urban Review     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 18)
Tidsskrift for boligforskning     Open Access  
Tidsskrift for Kortlægning og Arealforvaltning     Open Access  
Town and Regional Planning     Open Access   (Followers: 10)
Town Planning and Architecture     Open Access   (Followers: 10)
Town Planning Review     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 7)
UPLanD - Journal of Urban Planning, Landscape & environmental Design     Open Access   (Followers: 4)
Urban     Open Access   (Followers: 3)
Urban Affairs Review     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 18)
URBAN DESIGN International     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 12)
Urban Ecosystems     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 11)
Urban Forum     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 5)
Urban Geography     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 33)
Urban Governance     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Urban Land     Free   (Followers: 2)
Urban Planning     Open Access   (Followers: 6)
Urban Planning and Design Research     Open Access   (Followers: 13)
Urban Policy and Research     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 15)
Urban Science     Open Access  
Urban Studies     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 68)
Urban Studies Research     Open Access   (Followers: 19)
Urban Transformations     Open Access  
Urban, Planning and Transport Research     Open Access   (Followers: 33)
Urbanisation     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 1)
Urbano     Open Access  
Vitruvian     Open Access  
Vivienda y Ciudad     Open Access  
Yhdyskuntasuunnittelu     Open Access  
ZARCH : Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in Architecture and Urbanism     Open Access  

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Territorio
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ISSN (Print) 1825-8689 - ISSN (Online) 2239-6330
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  • Drawing the Stalinist City. Works and projects of Il’ja
           Golosov’s Masterskaja

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      Abstract: Federica Deo
      In the early 1930s the architectural scene in the ussr drastically changed. The transition from the avant-garde period to Socialist Realism is an interesting viewpoint to understand the political strategy behind the construction of the new Soviet capital: Stalin’s monumental and majestic Moscow. Through the analysis of archive documents relating to the projects and works of the Il’ja Golosov’s atelier at Mossovet and the architectural debate, this paper aims to identify the new political strategies for the control of the masses and the centralization of power through the form of the city.
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  • Coding Turn. Rules, forms and functions in the contingent city

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      Abstract: Caterina Barioglio, Daniele Campobenedetto
      This introduction presents the issue ‘Coding Turn’, describing the research context in which these studies have been developed. The contents are elaborated by fellows of the Future Urban Legacy Lab, an interdepartmental center of the Politecnico di Torino, involved in revising the Masterplan of the City of Turin. The issue offers insights about the relationship between public and private actors in the transformation of the physical space. It includes investigations on the stratification of some urban rules in the history of the European city, and on the codification of the ordinary city and its changes. The issue includes also examples of the application of the proposed actions to improve the regulatory system of urban rules.
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  • Coding the city for its transformation. Ideas from a conversation with the
           City of Turin

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      Abstract: Francesca Frassoldati, Matteo Robiglio
      In Italy, criticising the bureaucracy that regulates operations on the city has long been a trans-disciplinary exercise. Yet today’s norm is the temporarily-fixed product of a layered social construction and of organizational forms in charge of its implementation and confirmation. The article questions whether the public administration may incorporate and generalize the regulatory experiences gained amidst conflicts and contradictions typical of societies and markets in structural transformation. Three points highlight the relevance of knowledge of the historical seasons of urban codes, the relationships between elements of the city in the preparation of new frames of reference, and the reasons of interest, in the city of reuse, for the operating conditions of the codes.
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  • Verso una semplificazione possibile (e desiderabile) della regolazione
           urbanistica

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      Abstract: Stefano Moroni

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  • Coding Tur(i)n. Urban codes potential for ordinary urban transformation in
           Turin

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      Abstract: Caterina Barioglio, Daniele Campobenedetto
      Western cities are facing a paradigm shift from the city of the new - built on massive expansions - to the city of reuse - based on progressive modifications. Deindustrialization, changes in lifestyles, and obsolescence of the urban heritage are strengthening the use of planning tools meant to transform the existing urban fabric. The purpose of this article is to explore the role of urban codes in the transformation processes of the ordinary city. Through the case study of Turin, this article investigates the shape and stratification of urban rules, the intertwined connection between coding and zoning tools, and the effects of the regulatory system on urban morphology. Conclusions provide suggestions for action on planning tools.
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  • Beyond the Covid emergency. Visions and action perspectives

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      Abstract: Vincenzo Todaro, Annalisa Giampino
      This section brings back to the system some of the most significant perspectives of theoretical reflection and related repercussions on the level of practice that have started in Italy in the last year, in an attempt to overcome some rhetoric on the return to normality that seems to permeate speeches, narratives and operational proposals for the post-pandemic. A composite framework of interventions for outlining future research agendas able to propose a different future project for cities and territories.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2022 8:00:00 GMT
       
  • Regional and urban planning in relation to the National Recovery and
           Resilience Plan

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      Abstract: Francesco Domenico Moccia
      The Covid-19 pandemic has challenged fundamental concepts of cities and their organisation, producing a broad scientific debate that is certainly useful for innovating urban planning and improving urban liveability and resilience, but whether the proposed actions will be implemented depends on how much they fit into recovery and resilience policies. This article reviews the National Plan for Recovery and Resilience in order to trace lines of intervention explicitly or potentially addressed to the territory, comparing them with the lines of work on which theories and research of the scientific community have been oriented.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2022 8:00:00 GMT
       
  • A methodological proposal to assess and manage environmental-health risks
           in Italy

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      Abstract: Ginevra Balletto, Beniamino Murgante, Giuseppe Borruso
      The recent pandemic has affected health and lifestyles, highlighting the vulnerability of cities and territories, such as the ecological-environmental and climate crisis, as a result of progressive urbanization-urban connections. The health emergency was governed in the absence of geographical-territorial references, often generalizing limitations and actions to contain the spread of the Sars- Cov2 virus. In this framework, a methodological policy approach is proposed for cities and territories, for multi-risk management (environment-health) in order to overcome the gap that the health emergency has further highlighted, both in the context of the completion of the reform of intermediate institutions in Italy and in the transitions in progress (energy, ecological and digital)
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2022 8:00:00 GMT
       
  • New models of living and proximity spaces in the reorganisation of the
           city structure

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      Abstract: Giuseppe De Luca
      This article starts from a reinterpretation of the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on cities, questioning the ways in which it has called into question both the organisational space of living and the public-relational space, also questioning the dynamics of sharing spaces inside homes, but at the same time reinterpreting public space as an extension of private spaces to guarantee collective services. The article discusses two proposals: one centred on Harmonic Innovation Living, currently being applied in the Municipality of Falerna, in Calabria; the other on the planning devices for reorganising the urban structure of the Metropolitan City of Florence, through the Metropolitan Territorial Plan currently being drafted, which introduces the concept of a ‘platform’ of intervention to redefine mobility and proximity services.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2022 8:00:00 GMT
       
  • Global crises, new inequalities and co-production of spaces: a research
           perspective

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      Abstract: Francesco Lo Piccolo
      This article proposes a critical reflection on the risk of substantial denial of citizenship rights starting from the forms of discrimination in the use and enjoyment of public space introduced by the global crises. The co-production of new spaces at the micro-scale and at the neighbourhood scale (starting from public or semipublic spaces that are often privatised or underused) can become an opportunity for the generation of new places for sharing and socialising that respond to the demand for new services and at the same time define the profile of an innovative urban planning practice, based on full recognition of the right to the city and the institutioncitizen pact.
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  • Spaces and scalarity of the present. Re-reading geographies in the
           Covid-19 pandemic

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      Abstract: Simonetta Armondi
      How has the impact of the coronavirus been inscribed in the bearing of the dominant pattern of urbanization that followed the last global financial crisis' The Covid-19 pandemic has revealed the fragility of planetary urbanization, which nonetheless seems to have already ushered in a new phase of urban economic recomposition and restructuring. The article points out that the spatial dimension of the pandemic is an important research ground for urban and regional studies and for the definition of policy and planning tools because it calls attention to the rethinking of traditional institutional, economic, political boundaries, and powers. These considerations have deep echoes on possible actions, not only to cope with the emergency but to progressively reinvent some urbanization trajectories at the urban and regional scale.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2022 8:00:00 GMT
       
  • The challenges of urban planning education in the post-pandemic era

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      Abstract: Filippo Schilleci
      The spread of the Sars-CoV2 infection and the ensuing systemic crisis have generated a series of impacts that go well beyond the field of epidemiology and also affect the academic training of future planners in terms of both content and teaching methods. This article provides a critical reflection on the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the teaching of planning, starting from the teaching experiences conducted by the author at the Master’s Degree Course in Urban and Environmental Planning at the University of Palermo. An opportunity to start a broader discussion not only on the skills required by planners in the aftermath of the pandemic crisis but more generally on how degree courses in Urban and Regional Planning are equipping themselves to provide students with the necessary skills to face the challenges posed by the post-pandemic.
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2022 8:00:00 GMT
       
  • Shrinking territories and rights. Possible management strategies for the
           building estate

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      Abstract: Silvia Cafora
      A number of community-led movements are emerging in Europe to tackle marginalization processes of territories and populations. This article focuses on European bottom-up experiences, developed both in the urban areas and in their fringes, where active and intentional communities have built intervention models and tools aimed at expanding the opportunities to access and re-signify existing building estate, and creating the conditions for territorial regeneration, social, economic and spatial justice. The Mietshäuser Syndikat in Germany and the Community Land Trusts in the United Kingdom are presented as exemplary cases, for their being rooted in local contexts and spread on a national scale, offering consolidated decommodification practices of the building estate, and potential replicability in Italy
      PubDate: Wed, 15 Mar 2022 8:00:00 GMT
       
  • The university’s commitment to territorial inequalities. Notes starting
           by Inner Areas Strategy

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      Abstract: Daniela De Leo, Alberto Bolognese
      The essay is based on a recent analysis about the ways in which universities have worked with territories within and around an important national policy (the snai), the first to express a clear direction against territorial inequalities. This research has allowed us to critically reflect on the ways in which universities could further be engaged in public initiatives involving cities and territories, also prompted by the new vqr-Third Mission evaluation criteria.
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  • Bike Couriers and the City ‘Mess’. Cycle logistics and bike
           couriers in Milan

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      Abstract: Paolo Bozzuto, Emma Missale
      Cycle logistics (the delivery of material goods operated by couriers using cargo bikes) is a unique resource and a strategic perspective to reduce the negative impacts of motorized traffic in urban and metropolitan areas. Starting from the analysis of bike couriers and messengers’ subculture, this paper investigates the activities of ubm (the most important cycle logistics company in Milan), with a particular focus on the ‘lockdown’ phase determined by the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020. Finally, the paper points out the relevant specific knowledge that bike couriers could provide to rethinking our cities’ mobility in the future: a more inclusive and antifragile cycling mobility.
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  • Mega-events and the City. Evolving discourses, planning scales, and
           heritage

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      Abstract: Davide Ponzini, Zachary M. Jones, Nicole De Togni, Stefano Di Vita
      The relationship between mega-events and cities is changing due to growing criticism and delegitimization regarding the increase of investments towards new venues and infrastructures. This contribution argues that it is useful to learn jointly from different types of both sporting and cultural mega-events. For instance, the European Capital of Culture promotes multiple approaches to reusing existing venues and infrastructures, integrating events into the urban fabric, with a more sustainable size and budget compared to Olympics or Expo. The article considers international case studies to discuss the construction of public narratives, governance and spatial visions, and cultural heritage. It critically reflects on the potential of the Milano-Cortina 2026 Olympics to respond to these aspects.
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  • Prosperous Lishui. Envisioning new relations between urban and rural areas
           in contemporary China

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      Abstract: Leonardo Ramondetti, Astrid Safina, Edoardo Bruno
      After decades of violent urban transformations, China is now entering a new stage of development. The international competition ‘Future Shan-Shui City. Dwellings in the Lishui Mountains’, promoted in April 2020 by Lishui municipality (Zhejiang), is an emblematic case of this new trend. The competition, in line with the main national policies, highlights the necessity of envisaging new relations between urban and rural areas based on an integration of city-functions and programs in the countryside, and, vice versa, agriculture in urban spaces. The following article discusses this issue, and how it has been interpreted by the project ‘Prosperous Lishui’.
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  • White and chromatic semantics in traditional Spanish Mediterranean
           architecture

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      Abstract: Vincenzina La Spina
      Traditional Mediterranean architecture shares the myth of white with classical monumental architecture and the Modern Movement. It is a chromatic ideal which, despite numerous studies, persists over time and in the collective imagination even in Spain, in spite of the chromatic variety it actually possesses. Therefore, the main objective of the article is to try to understand the origin of the myth of white in traditional Mediterranean Spanish architecture, whose influence is of great relevance in the architectural proposals of the international and national Modern Movement, as well as its demystification, highlighting its true material nature and the various chromatic semantics that characterise it in close connection with the territory.
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  • Un’opera di architettura e la sua fortuna critica: Casa de Vidro
           (1952-2014)

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      Abstract: Aline Coelho Sanches, Amanda Basso Morelli
      This article proposes a reflection on the critical reception of the Casa de Vidro, a Lina Bo Bardi’s work, which was where she and Pietro Maria Bardi lived, and which is today home to the Bardi Institute. The contents use methods of historical research, focused on secondary sources, cross-referencing them with unpublished primary sources. It maps, describes, and analyses the critical reception of the project between 1952 and 2014, identifying the periods of greatest interest in the project, and the main values mobilized then. The text concludes with the control exercised by the couple over part of that critical reception, as well as the importance given to the aspects of hybridization and conciliation of opposites as of the 1990s.
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  • The Image of networks

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      Abstract: Ettore Donadoni
      This text presents a synthesis of a wider research that attempts to reflect on the concept of network starting from its representations. First, the characteristics with representations that were the subject of the research are described. The representations that follow a particular graphic convention called graph theory have been selected. The representations based on this theory, which we will call reticular, are particularly suitable for describing a network. Subsequently, some research results emerging from the study and the redrawing of these representations are described such as the recognition of the figures within the reticular representations and their prevailing forms. Finally, it is described how this organizational form of networks that emerges from reticular representations portrays forms of spatial proximity other than physical proximity.
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  • La complessità della riconversione delle aree militari dismesse. Un
           approfondimento / Nelle periferie: ricerca collaborativa, progetto e
           politiche della / Sorelle e rivali. Città e architettura a Milano e
           Bologna nell’età napoleonica rappresentazione

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      Abstract: Stefano Di Vita, Stefano Pontiggia, Daniele Pascale Guidotti Magnani

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  • Linee: visione, disegno, territorio

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      Abstract: Daniele Villa

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  • Lo stile delle città: sul progetto urbanistico di Bruno Gabrielli

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      Abstract: Bertrando Bonfantini

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