Sustainable Regeneration of Brownfields

Pennisi Silvia

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Abstract

Our cities are really rich of building ensembles now deserted which were, in the recent past, sources of job and productivity for the community. They are generally inside the urban fabric or in the suburbs and they are often not particularly taken into consideration because they haven’t architectonic characteristics which could justify a restoration. Due to their big extension, the planning approach turns to be diffucult. Besides, these areas, if adequately restored, could become an important economic and cultural resource and a possibility of experimentation of new sustainable technologies. All this heritage requires a planning approach based on conservation and valorization of all the cultural, historical, technological and environmental aspects.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationSmart Cities Atlas. Western and eastern intelligent communities
Pages233-242
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2017

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Pennisi Silvia (2017). Sustainable Regeneration of Brownfields. In Smart Cities Atlas. Western and eastern intelligent communities (pp. 233-242)

Sustainable Regeneration of Brownfields. / Pennisi Silvia.

Smart Cities Atlas. Western and eastern intelligent communities. 2017. p. 233-242.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Pennisi Silvia 2017, Sustainable Regeneration of Brownfields. in Smart Cities Atlas. Western and eastern intelligent communities. pp. 233-242.
Pennisi Silvia. Sustainable Regeneration of Brownfields. In Smart Cities Atlas. Western and eastern intelligent communities. 2017. p. 233-242
Pennisi Silvia. / Sustainable Regeneration of Brownfields. Smart Cities Atlas. Western and eastern intelligent communities. 2017. pp. 233-242
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