Salerno, a city with a very complex morphology, presents a fragmentary urban organism that results from a gradual growth and the absence of a unified vision. The bipolarity between ancien town/new town, triggered by the first extensions of the Twenties, is definitively enshrined after the Second World War, by the expansion along the east coast, beyond the mouth of river Irno. The papers aims to apprehend the urban system of Salerno through the historical-critical analysis of the various stages of growth, until the most recent redevelopment projects that, on a different scale, attempt the recomposition of an urban texture and the dissemination of quality and livability.
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