This article conceives an urban project as a mechanism that traces rights on the ground. First, and most relevantly, a project separates public and private land and defines what can be built. At another level, design decisions involve a broad range of permissions and obligations. Thus, urban projects act as a form of regulation, like planning, albeit a specific form with its own rules and limits. The paper explores a two-step process. First, in the policy phase, some regulatory decision-making is delegated to design. Then, design challenges the value assumptions underlying decision-makers’ actions. ‘Regulation by design’ arranges material objects in space and activates those spatial mechanisms.
Cremaschi, M. (2019). Tracing Rights on the Ground: Spatial Controversies around Urban. ARDETH, 4(1), 187.
|Titolo:||Tracing Rights on the Ground: Spatial Controversies around Urban|
CREMASCHI, Marco [Conceptualization] (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Citazione:||Cremaschi, M. (2019). Tracing Rights on the Ground: Spatial Controversies around Urban. ARDETH, 4(1), 187.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|