In times of crisis of real estate sector, stop of urban growth, greater attention to the redevelopment and extension of the concept of historicity also to peripheral portions of the cities and rural landscape, urban planning policies have the opportunity and the task of reviving the historical centres. Due to their (historical) function territorial presence in key socio-economic and environmental the historical centres can and must play a decisive role in the rebalancing of the territory, reversing the trends (almost also historical) to urban concentration and metropolisation. Two additional factors of evolution can usefully contribute to this overall goal in the practice of urban recovery: the “modulation of the protection” and the new technologies. The new technologies of digital communication, the ability to “move” data and information instead of people, more and more clean energy thanks to renewable sources, constitute a renewed opportunity to live and inhabit the smaller towns. So if on one hand it is important to protect these realities within the cultural landscape they are inserted, on the other they may be reconsidered in smart key, identifying possibilities for revitalization and sustainable regeneration.
|Titolo:||La recuperaci�e los centros hist�os menores, hacia las �Historical Small Smart Cities�|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Citazione:||Cerasoli, M. (2017). La recuperaci�e los centros hist�os menores, hacia las �Historical Small Smart Cities�. ACE: ARCHITECTURE, CITY AND ENVIRONMENT OPEN ACCESS, 11(33), 153-180.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|