Place identity design in the San Lorenzo district in Rome

Author/s Enrico Parisio, Fabio Mongelli
Publishing Year 2022 Issue 2021/3 Language Italian
Pages 15 P. 103-117 File size 314 KB
DOI 10.3280/ES2021-003008
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The Covid-19 health emergency has changed our social relations and approach towards stud-ying and working. In this unpredictable context the role of the designer and artist coincides with that of the explorer who abandons his/her individual research to pursue a new shared mission for the future. Cities, parks, squares, agora-cultural spaces will have to deal with the changes that will affect the habits of citizens. Public spaces will be reshaped through projects that take into account social relations and environmental needs. By involving young people and researchers in the enhancement of the identity of an area it is possible to imagine a pro-cess of urban regeneration that can become an open operative model, to be applied subse-quently in other urban areas. Rome tries to provide a first solution by creating a participatory design project that combines history and future in one of its iconic neighborhoods: San Lo-renzo.

Keywords: Place Design, Social Innovation, Cultural District, Art, Co-Design Public Spaces

Jel codes: O35, O36, I25, M14, M31, R58

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Enrico Parisio, Fabio Mongelli, Place identity design nel quartiere San Lorenzo a Roma in "ECONOMIA E SOCIETÀ REGIONALE " 3/2021, pp 103-117, DOI: 10.3280/ES2021-003008