Lyon: the integral design of the public space
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Several major European cities since the 1980s have based a crucial part part of their resurgence on public space intervention programs. Not only rediscovering the value of collective places in social and public life but also discovering the need to rethink public space as a place for civil life and the need to focus on project, to bring together previously separate competences: network engineers, traffic engineers, architects and landscapers. The first to choose this road was Barcelona, which created and transformed its image of an idle city of the Franco era into the current city of the movida. The most recent in order of time was Lisbon, which saw a profound renewal and change in the quality of life thanks to the coherence of the innumerable interventions along the Tagus, both in the center and in the periphery of the city (Ferretti, 2019).