Grounded in the study of urban morphology, this position paper seeks to overcome the analysis of the permanent elements of a city in the search for a transitional paradigm in urban morphology, with the aim of grasping the dynamics of urban evolution and providing operative tools for the design of urban regeneration through an adaptive approach. Four actions for urban analysis are suggested here to highlight urban dynamics through the use of different tools: (a) sorting the transitional steps of urban morphologies (within rapid market processes), (b) underlining rules and processes that characterize urban coding in transitions, (c) mapping urban assemblages in an adaptive city, and (d) reading and representing the phenomenon of urban permutation. The results of this multifaceted and multidimensional set of analytical tools make it possible to outline a new paradigm for design thinking that moves towards a parametric approach to the urban design of cities in transition by broadening the extent of the urban regeneration process and supporting urban policies in the framework of a community-based approach.
Transitional Morphologies and Urban Forms: Generation and Regeneration Processes—An Agenda / Trisciuoglio, Marco; Barosio, Michela; Tulumen, Zeynep; Ricchiardi, Ana; Crapolicchio, Martina; Gugliotta, Rossella. - In: SUSTAINABILITY. - ISSN 2071-1050. - 13:11(2021), pp. 1-19.
|Titolo:||Transitional Morphologies and Urban Forms: Generation and Regeneration Processes—An Agenda|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2021|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|