Vol. 16 No. 1 (2018): Special Issue: Out of Waste Landscapes
Articles

Eco-Innovative Solutions for Wasted Landscapes

Marina Rigillo
Department of Architecture, University of Naples Federico II (UNINA)
Libera Amenta
Department of Architecture, University of Naples Federico II (UNINA), Italy Department of Urbanism, Delft University of Technology (TUD), The Netherlands
Anna Attademo
Department of Architecture, University of Naples Federico II (UNINA), Italy
Lorenzo Boccia
Department of Architecture, University of Naples Federico II (UNINA), Italy
Enrico Formato
Department of Architecture, University of Naples Federico II (UNINA), Italy
Michelangelo Russo
Department of Architecture, University of Naples Federico II (UNINA), Italy
Published August 2, 2018
Keywords
  • Wasted Landscapes,
  • Circular Economy,
  • Urban Metabolism,
  • Peri-Urban,
  • Eco-innovation
How to Cite
Rigillo, M., Amenta, L., Attademo, A., Boccia, L., Formato, E., & Russo, M. (2018). Eco-Innovative Solutions for Wasted Landscapes. Ri-Vista. Research for Landscape Architecture, 16(1), 146-159. https://doi.org/10.13128/RV-22995

Abstract

The paper focuses on the impact generated by the un-ement of wast on both natural environment, and urbanization process, and on the opportunity to invert it by regenerating Wasted Landscapes, i.e. underused, polluted and abandoned sites, especially lo-cated in peri-urban areas. This is one of the aims of the REPAiR project, funded in 2016 by the European Commission within the Horizon 2020 framework, developed by University of Na-ples with TU Delft as Lead Partner. The implementation of multi-scaling/multi-disciplinary ap-proach, for testing out collaborative decision-making, has seen so far the research of a scien-ea in the context of the Metropolitan Area of Naples. The selection of the peri-urban areas has also been tested through Living Labs, aimed at designing eco-innovative solutions towards circularity.

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