Vol. 19 No. 2 (2021): Rethinking Public Space. The intangible design
Thematical section (Current series)

Abitare un ‘immaginario’ condiviso. Forme e pratiche collettive di riappropriazione degli spazi urbani

Nicolò Fattori
Architetto libero professionista presso lo studio BLUarchitettura, Mestre (VE)
Elena Orsanelli
Architetto libero professionista presso lo studio Archpiùdue, Vigonza (PD) collaboratrice presso l’Università Iuav di Venezia
Sofia Sacchini
Architetto, collaboratrice presso l’Università Iuav di Venezia
Published January 27, 2022
Keywords
  • Social activities,
  • collective places,
  • urban practices,
  • regeneration,
  • soil design
How to Cite
Fattori , N., Elena Orsanelli, & Sacchini, S. (2022). Abitare un ‘immaginario’ condiviso. Forme e pratiche collettive di riappropriazione degli spazi urbani. Ri-Vista. Research for Landscape Architecture, 19(2), 144-157. https://doi.org/10.36253/rv-11393

Abstract

The invisible systems that govern the space and transform the city raise reflections and foundational questions about the project, understood not only as a mere sequence of actions, but as the main field that is created between actions, spaces and people. The urban project is located within the social fabric, in the folds of the city, in times and spaces that involve users, administrators, informal groups and associations. The space has been double investigated: from a physical point of view and from a functional perspective, but without forgetting the catalytic action of collective activities and practices of which it is intrinsically bearer. The mapping of the collective spaces and the network of the existing active mobility has been associated with the reflection proposed by the #tuttamialacittà project. Both researches have been carried out in the Veneto region and in particular in the metropolitan city of Venice, and are interconnected with the invisible, where the need to interact with the indeterminacy and ambiguity of the space is tangible, in its many and possible interpretations.

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