This contribution focuses on the analysis of new strategies for urban regeneration that have as primary objective the enhancement of the Mediterranean sustainable city Heritage. Our main research hypothesis will show how cultural Heritage is now the changing vector of Mediterranean cities, involving actors, crafts, inhabitants and users. We will focus on two works in the city of Tunis by the Association de Sauvegarde de la Médina (ASM): a development project of an urban path connecting public spaces with the architectural Heritage of Medina (2008), from the Great Mosque Zitouna to Zaouina of Sidi Ibrahim Riahi; a plan for urban refurbishment and development of public spaces and monuments in two important axis of the city: Avenue Bourguiba and Avenue de France (1999). We have chosen these urban interventions, whose aim is to involve the local population and to give new significant answers to the new requirements of public space and area.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Recupero, Valorizzazione, Manutenzione nei Centri Storici. Un tavolo di confronto interdisciplinare|
|Numero di pagine||4|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2013|