Some results of a recent research of national interest offer the opportunity to approach the design of “in between spaces” as fundamental feature in the regeneration of public housing settlements. The term “in between spaces” traditionally refers to the transition between different dimensions of neighbourhoods: internal and external, individual and collective, private and public etc. Today, such spaces play a key role in the reactivation of the neighbourhood, both at local scale, focusing on practises and every-day uses, and at urban scale, waving links between the target area and a wider urban context. The paper speculates about some terms defining “in between spaces” and some operational tools identifying their distinctive shape and composition in relation to other neighbourhood’s features, as early assumptions for transformation.

Ripensare il progetto degli spazi aperti. Soglie e gradienti negli spazi di transizione

BASSO, SARA
2013

Abstract

Some results of a recent research of national interest offer the opportunity to approach the design of “in between spaces” as fundamental feature in the regeneration of public housing settlements. The term “in between spaces” traditionally refers to the transition between different dimensions of neighbourhoods: internal and external, individual and collective, private and public etc. Today, such spaces play a key role in the reactivation of the neighbourhood, both at local scale, focusing on practises and every-day uses, and at urban scale, waving links between the target area and a wider urban context. The paper speculates about some terms defining “in between spaces” and some operational tools identifying their distinctive shape and composition in relation to other neighbourhood’s features, as early assumptions for transformation.
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