|M. Russo; A. Attademo; E. Formato; F. Garzilli
This collection reflects on the theme of “transition” in all of its nuances. In politics and the international scientific community, transition is interpreted as a condition that calls for redesigning or rethinking spaces and flows (human and non-human) for a new relational ecology between bodies and inhabited contexts. The book considers landscapes in transition and their repercussions on urban planning, both on a local and global scale. The various essays develop innovative reflections, especially in reference to the urban fringe, abandoned and polluted areas, and landscapes at natural and environmental risk, looking into enhancing their ecological and environmental potential.
|320 p, ills colour & bw, 21 x 30 cm, pb, English