Rehabilitation and/or redevelopment of the built heritage is a strategy for urban and territorial balance. The rehabilitation project is mainly addressed to the adaptation of new housing and urban needs, but it is obviously conditioned and/or "constrained" by the limitation of the building itself, in particular when its intrinsic characteristics must be preserved. The concept of "restriction" extends to its relationship with the site, the quality of its image, its living conditions. In this paper we focus on some aspects of the general framework of urban regeneration: the balance on the "urban question" and on the methodology of integrated planning; the connection between quality and urban liveability; the sharing of the objectives of regeneration and its meanings. Without claiming to be exhaustive, some "enabling" conditions and the "indispensable" reasons and conditions for guiding the process of urban regeneration are also explored, analysing the critical points relating to public responsibilities, the relationship between the public and private sectors, and the coherence between the objectives of urban regeneration and the protection of existing buildings. In the process of urban regeneration, the involvement of public real estate assets is inescapable, and it is necessary to consider the strategic value and critical issues of these assets.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||TRANSIZIONE AMBIENTALE CO-DESIGN & RIGENERAZIONE STRATEGICA DEL PATRIMONIO - ENVIRONMENTAL TRANSITION CO-DESIGN & HERITAGE REGENERATION STRATEGY|
|Numero di pagine||20|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2021|