Cohousing and new dwelling cultures in post-seismic urban planning
Keywords:emergency, planning, interdisciplinarity, cohousing, sustainability
Can traditional dwelling support urban planning for new post-seismic emergency settlements? These settlements, from a perspective of compositional speed, are often characterized by inappropriate barracks and by single experimental typologies, that predominantly tend to suggestion. The present contribution, also on the basis of historical-anthropological studies, concerning past community life and current reality, between fragility of the landscape and incongruity of human actions, indicates a return to cohousing as one of the most interesting criteria for the redefinition of urban interventions, opening towards scientific scenarios based on interdisciplinarity, as well as creating an experimental laboratory for planning.
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