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Demolizioni e ricostruzioni nella città storica in Cina: un matrimonio d’interesse tra tradizione e mercato
Journal Title: TERRITORIO 
Author/s: Giuseppe Cinà 
Year:  2015 Issue: 72 Language: Italian 
Pages:  9 Pg. 158-166 FullText PDF:  397 KB
DOI:  10.3280/TR2015-072023
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In Cina l’uso sistematico della demolizione e della ricostruzione ‘in stile’ di vaste aree storiche è il paradigma di un’immatura cultura della conservazione. Questo testo propone una riflessione sulle sue molteplici cause, dalle più manifeste (mercato immobiliare, collusione tra interessi pubblici e privati) a quelle meno evidenti, come l’opaco sistema del regime dei suoli e la diversa concettualizzazione dei beni culturali nella tradizione cinese. Per inquadrare il contesto operativo della demolizione, il testo mette a confronto alcuni aspetti rilevanti del sistema politico, del quadro normativo e degli strumenti tecnici adottati, anche con riferimento ad alcuni notevoli interventi. Ne emerge una pratica della demolizione priva di progetto, ostaggio dell’ideologia e del mercato immobiliare, che richiede di essere ripensata al fine di indirizzare adeguate strategie di valorizzazione
Keywords: Conservazione delle città storiche; demolizione a scala urbana; pianificazione urbana

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Giuseppe Cinà, in "TERRITORIO" 72/2015, pp. 158-166, DOI:10.3280/TR2015-072023

   

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