The case of Palermo is described in this chapter as an example of HumanSmart City (HSC) approach transferred to an extremely weak urban context inSouthern Italy. The case focuses on the processes boosted through the TerritorialLiving Lab established in the city to tackle the topic of citizen participation in thesolution of the main city challenges. It was based on a model of incremental andadaptive process of interaction, within a co-creative ecosystem, with the aim ofimproving housing quality. The model was shared by the players involved in thesocial innovation process. It would not have been possible without the Living Labapproach and the innovative momentum of design thinking translated into publicpractice.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Human Smart Cities. Rethinking the Interplay between
Design and Planning|
|Numero di pagine||9|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2016|
|Nome||URBAN AND LANDSCAPE PERSPECTIVES|