The project for a self-reliant and independent life involves the identification of ex- isting critical issues to be resolved in order to allow ‘inclusive living’, proposing its transformation as an indispensable requirement. While observing the city, a person is forced to recognize the existence of profound contradictions, not only on the form or techniques of construction of the existing heritage but also on its livability. On one hand the city is perceived as a continuous movement of replacement of activities and parts that overlap and disarrange, on the other hand it seems that the community is more worried about slowing down the “transformation” of the city rather than using it to define the possible future of the urban setting. Therefore, it may seem paradoxical, but there is no clear correlation between the livability of the cities and the degree of transformation that they receive internally. This contribution anticipates some results of research applied to a part of the urban fabric of the city of Udine proposing - before the critical points to be projectually resolved - the identification of phenomenologies and taxonomies of identifiable tech- nological- architectural transformation and interventions. The proposed ‘human centered design’ strategy takes into account the study of the urban blocks (from the center to the suburbs) through a “use / function” survey methodology and through the recognition of urban agglomerations that are poten- tially traversable; the aim is to create a general policy system that is coherent not only for the experimentation of accessibility in the civic fabric but - above all - with a particular attention to the spaces of connection and of collective interest because it is “everyone’s resource” (Conti, Tatano, 2018; Lauria, 2017). The objective is to emphasize that the policy to be adopted - both in the specific study case and as a general example - is a connectivity policy and not just a mobility one.

Cantiere Città: un sistema inclusivo per l’abitare. Construction Site City: an Inclusive System for Living.

Mickeal Milocco Borlini
;
Giovanni Tubaro
2019

Abstract

The project for a self-reliant and independent life involves the identification of ex- isting critical issues to be resolved in order to allow ‘inclusive living’, proposing its transformation as an indispensable requirement. While observing the city, a person is forced to recognize the existence of profound contradictions, not only on the form or techniques of construction of the existing heritage but also on its livability. On one hand the city is perceived as a continuous movement of replacement of activities and parts that overlap and disarrange, on the other hand it seems that the community is more worried about slowing down the “transformation” of the city rather than using it to define the possible future of the urban setting. Therefore, it may seem paradoxical, but there is no clear correlation between the livability of the cities and the degree of transformation that they receive internally. This contribution anticipates some results of research applied to a part of the urban fabric of the city of Udine proposing - before the critical points to be projectually resolved - the identification of phenomenologies and taxonomies of identifiable tech- nological- architectural transformation and interventions. The proposed ‘human centered design’ strategy takes into account the study of the urban blocks (from the center to the suburbs) through a “use / function” survey methodology and through the recognition of urban agglomerations that are poten- tially traversable; the aim is to create a general policy system that is coherent not only for the experimentation of accessibility in the civic fabric but - above all - with a particular attention to the spaces of connection and of collective interest because it is “everyone’s resource” (Conti, Tatano, 2018; Lauria, 2017). The objective is to emphasize that the policy to be adopted - both in the specific study case and as a general example - is a connectivity policy and not just a mobility one.
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