One of the most interesting aspects of the new urban and territorial figures of the present day and of their interpretation according to an ecological approach, especially for the transformative potential subtending it, is a central theme for territorial regeneration: the one of open space. These are areas, often particularly malleable and transformable - in their physical structure, in the functions that can accommodate, in the sense that assume within the urban organism, in the relationships with other objects -, which show values evident or latent, and that in perspective allow for the creation of new common landscapes, also referred to as sites of sociality and inclusion, of continuity between networks and spaces, of balance between functions and urban polarity For the transformation of open spaces in urban river areas, in order to their protection, enhancement and regeneration it is therefore necessary to think and act with a process-oriented approach that must support and enhance the procedural character of river space, city and landscape. Open spaces that become part of a landscape in motion, modifying over time their own character and shape, offering them to uses between them also very differently. They are therefore the city and the landscape that require a procedural attitude of the project that supports the evolutionary dynamics of nature and has the ability to interact in dialogue with non-linear and ever-different dynamics. The Process-oriented approach focuses on processes, systems and procedures rather than on results or on fundamental causes, researches an equilibrium with nature and its dynamism, draws new geographies, enhances discontinuous transformations, proposes fluctuating and unstable mutations.
|Titolo:||The role of open space in river urban areas for the process-oriented design of the city-landscape|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
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