URBAN RESET: HOW TO ACTIVE IMMANENT POTENCIALS OF URBAN SPACES

URBAN RESET: HOW TO ACTIVE IMMANENT POTENCIALS OF URBAN SPACES

Editorial:
BIRKHAUSER
Año de edición:
Materia
URBANISMO Y CIUDAD
ISBN:
978-3-0346-0776-6
Páginas:
272

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In recet years and decades, dealing with the architectural legacy of the industrial age has beeb an increasingly common task for urban planning: industrial buildings and sites, infrastructure, and residential areass that have become vacant lots as a result of structural transformation cannot, if only because of their dimensions, be ignored within the urban space. Innovative reintrpretations of such relics that ipdate existing building fabric in a way that goes beyond critical reconstruction or revitalization, such as the Toni Site in Zurich or the ile de Nantes, can be observed throughout Europe these days.