Ruins are one of the configurations through which architecture reveals its multi temporal dimension in a renaturalization process of the contemporary city. A specific character related to that question is readable in brownfield sites, in which is possible to highlight morphological interactions between ruins and buildings in sites involved in regeneration projects. In some research experiences these dismissed areas represent a possible network for testing settlement patterns more suitable for their regeneration and useful to get a more intense dialogue between different stakeholders. Among the possible elements oriented to the definition of such settlement patterns are: sequence of regeneration cycles through energy infrastructures in a multi temporal dimension; the link of these areas to network of networks formed by water infrastructure, roads and railways reinterpreted as new ecological corridors; legal and management subjects, planning tools at urban and regional scale, methods for mapping on a regional, urban and building scale.
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|Titolo:||Industrial ruins. A re-cycling approach in researches for dismissed areas|
MASSARENTE, Alessandro (Primo)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.2 Contributi in atti di convegno (in Volume)|