In this study, through a multidisciplinary approach, some degraded Sicilian urban landscapes, today renewed thanks to urban regeneration interventions, will be ana-lyzed. Cities that look to the future and that react posi-tively to the current ecological and economic crisis. Urban centers that – through collective participation, the support of organizations, cultural associations and the sensitivity of local governments – are investing heavily in the theme of urban regeneration and re-cycling.

CILONA, T. (2020). Renewed Sicilian Urban Landscapes. Transformation, Regeneration and Reuse of degraded areas. In World Heritage and Contamination : Culture, Creativity, Contamination (pp. 112-112). Roma : Gangemi.

Renewed Sicilian Urban Landscapes. Transformation, Regeneration and Reuse of degraded areas

CILONA, Teresa
2020

Abstract

In this study, through a multidisciplinary approach, some degraded Sicilian urban landscapes, today renewed thanks to urban regeneration interventions, will be ana-lyzed. Cities that look to the future and that react posi-tively to the current ecological and economic crisis. Urban centers that – through collective participation, the support of organizations, cultural associations and the sensitivity of local governments – are investing heavily in the theme of urban regeneration and re-cycling.
Urban landscapes, regeneration, reuse, degraded areas
978-88-492-3936-2
CILONA, T. (2020). Renewed Sicilian Urban Landscapes. Transformation, Regeneration and Reuse of degraded areas. In World Heritage and Contamination : Culture, Creativity, Contamination (pp. 112-112). Roma : Gangemi.
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