TECHNE 14 (2017): Architecture and social innovation

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Table of Contents

Introduction to the issue

Cultura tecnologica e dimensioni del sociale PDF
Mario Losasso 6-10

Prologue

Architettura come materia sociale PDF
Emilio Faroldi 11-17

Dossier

Social innovation: Which scenario, which project PDF
M. Cristina Forlani 18-24
Social Innovation and design culture PDF
Massimo Perriccioli 25-31
Society Place Project. Learning from crisis PDF
Antonello Sanna 32-36
Between architecture and democracy. A conversation with Salvatore Settis PDF
Maria Cristina Forlani, Salvatore Settis 37-39
Architecture and Commons. The prospect of civic uses PDF
Carmine Piscopo, Daniela Buonanno 40-45
The anthropocene style. The space of participation and the language of architecture PDF
Sara Marini 46-50
Medium-small sized art cities and culture-led development: Can we look ahead and not behind? PDF
Pierluigi Sacco 51-57
The sustainable lightness of the limit PDF
Alessio Dionigi Battistella 58-65

Art Photography

Indian Modernity PDF
Marco Introini 66-75

Essays and Viewpoint

Environmental design for social inclusion: the role of environmental certification protocols PDF
Erminia Attaianese, Antonio Acierno 76-87
Self-sustainability of the post-colonial North Africa habitat between individual and collective spheres PDF
Carlo Atzeni, Silvia Mocci 88-96
The Urban Innovative Actions Initiative of the European Union: a Critical Analysis of the Selected Projects PDF
Alessandra Barresi 97-104
Connecting Cultures, Strategies for the Best Use of Diversity PDF
Cristiana Cellucci, Michele Di Sivo 105-115
From INA-Casa to Social Housing. But what kind of innovation are we talking about? PDF
Anna Delera 116-124
Collaborative living: social cohesion trajectories for a new community welfare PDF
Giordana Ferri, Angela Silvia Pavesi, Marta Gechelin, Rossana Zaccaria 125-138
Urban regeneration as an opportunity of social innovation and creative planning in urban peripheries PDF
Gabriella Pultrone 139-146
American Design Activism PDF
Renata Valente 147-157

Research & Experimentation

Strategy for better performance in spontaneous building PDF
Adolfo F.L. Baratta, Laura Calcagnini, Fabrizio Finucci, Antonio Magarò, Henry Molina, Hector Saul Quintana Ramirez 158-167
Light on Vallette, Turin. Urban Regeneration Project for the neighborhood’s central area PDF
Maria Luisa Barelli, Paola Gregory 168-178
Homes for homeless. Design guidelines for night shelters PDF
Cristian Campagnaro, Roberto Giordano 179-187
Inclusive experiences of urban regeneration: abandoned barracks in the suburbs of Udine PDF
Christina Conti, Giovanni La Varra, Livio Petriccione, Giovanni Tubaro 188-199
Territories of culture between regeneration and social innovation. An Italian experimentation PDF
Francesca Daprà, Viola Fabi 200-208
Observatory P.A.R.C.O. Characterizations for the environmental quality indoor PDF
Alberto De Capua, Valeria Ciulla 209-217
Collaborative platforms for social innovation projects. The Miramap case in Turin PDF
Francesca De Filippi, Cristina Coscia, Grazia Giulia Cocina 218-225
Creative interactions between places and communities: experiences of reactivating inland areas PDF
Katia Fabbricatti 226-233
From the Management of Refugee Reception to a Model of Inclusive City for Migrant and Hosting Communities PDF
Celestina Fazia 234-240
Regeneration of shared self-managed spaces: the case study of Tor Bella Monaca in Rome PDF
Tiziana Ferrante, Teresa Villani, Pierluigi Cervelli 241-251
Adaptive technologies and co-design strategies for historic spaces rehabilitation PDF
Jacopo Gaspari, Andrea Boeri, Valentina Gianfrate, Danila Longo 252-259
Ina-Casa La Fiorita. A system for the shared regeneration of social housing PDF
Lia Marchi, Elisabetta Palumbo, Ambra Lombardi, Ernesto Antonini 260-270
The Practice of Self-provision in Suburban Detached Homes PDF
Maja Lorbek 271-275
Collective Self-Organised Housing: methods, procedures and tools for new buildings and retrofit PDF
Emanuele Piaia, Roberto Di Giulio, Rizal Sebastian, Ton Damen 276-284
SNAP House. Temporary residential module for refugees in Europe PDF
Andrea Rebecchi, Alessandro Mapelli, Marta Pirola, Stefano Capolongo 285-294
Analysis of the flows and of the factors that impact the accessibility and identity of public spaces PDF
Ilenia Maria Romano, Luca Marzi, Nicoletta Setola, Maria Chiara Torricelli 295-308
Building environments for an ageing society. Surveying tools and intervention strategies PDF
Rossella Roversi, Fabrizio Cumo, Luca Gugliermetti, Elisa Pennacchia, Giorgio Pavan 309-318
Age-friendly cities: public and private space PDF
Daniela Bosia, Yu Zhang, Francesca Thiebat, Lorenzo Savio 319-327
Emergency: innovative prefabricated construction components for an eco-solidarity architecture PDF
Adriana Scarlet Sferra 328-334
Eco-social innovation for efficient urban metabolisms PDF
Alessandro Sgobbo 335-342
Innovative processes and management in the social reactivation and environmental regenerative project PDF
Gianpiero Venturini, Raffaella Riva 343-351
Community-based adaptation measures for Water Sensitive Urban Design in context of socio-environmental vulnerability PDF
Cristina Visconti 352-361

Dialogues

Between technological innovation and social innovation: a new design and process dimension PDF
  362-368

Reviews

Reviews PDF
Andrea Giachetta 369-371
Bocco, A. (Ed.), Yona Friedman: Tetti PDF
Stefania De Medici 372-374
Borella, G. (Ed.), Colin Ward: Architettura del dissenso. Forme e pratiche alternative dello spazio urbano PDF
Francesca Scalisi 375-377
Marino, G. (Ed.), Franz Graf: Les dispositifs du confort dans l’architecture du XXe siècle: connaissance et stratégies de sauvegarde PDF
Paola Ascione 378-379
Ginelli, E. (Ed.): L’orditura dello spazio pubblico. Per una città di vicinanze PDF
Federica Ottone 380-382


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