TECHNE 10 (2015): Urban regeneration
Research and Experimentation

Urban regeneration featuring environmental quality, the management of resources and social cohesion

TECHNE 10 (2015): Urban regeneration
Published November 16, 2015
Keywords
  • Urban regeneration,
  • Management of resources,
  • Environmental quality,
  • Social cohesion,
  • Smart networks
How to Cite
Battisti, A., & Tucci, F. (2015). Urban regeneration featuring environmental quality, the management of resources and social cohesion. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, (10), 141-152. https://doi.org/10.13128/Techne-17510

Abstract

This scientific project – developed over the past two years by Sapienza University’s PDTA in Rome, in partnership with the Technische Universität München, funded by the German DAAD – took as its starting point the differences between the buildings found in the consolidated/ historic city’s districts and the city’s continually evolving environmental, energy, technological, functional and social needs, creating urban situations where it becomes clear that it is not enough to regenerate individual buildings in environments that are gradually changing; rather it is necessary to take action on districts and widespread city clusters. The pilot case studied was the regeneration of two districts that were part of consolidated, yet neglected, areas in the city of Rome, the result was mainly geared towards determining the level of transferability of the results of this experiment. 

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