This book collects contributions on evaluation models in decision-making processes for the construction of circular urban systems in the digital era, with particular attention to the improvement of social and individual well-being. The book is organized into three sections, reflecting the main topics. Part I, entitled "Models and metrics for social impact assessment", presents some experiences in evaluating private and public assets in Italian cities, investigates the formation of value in urban regeneration projects and tackles the problem of evaluation public and private advantages in urban planning choices. Part II includes eight contributions under the sub-title "Decision making for circular cities" and addresses the problem of the transition between linear and circular systems in various fields: mining, social housing and in the construction of architecture. It also presents some insights on the topic of sustainability with reference to the social, economic and environmental dimensions. Part III faces the topic of “The value of spaces in digital revolution” through five papers. The contributions focus, in particular, on the use of new technologies, such as webGIS and BIM, in economic and environmental assessment processes. The book is addressed to experts and scholars working on urban regeneration and aims to encourage a multidisciplinary dialogue for shaping sustainable urban areas in the next future.

Urban Regeneration Through Valuation Systems for Innovation

Chiara D'Alpaos
Membro del Collaboration Group
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Paolo Rosato
Writing – Review & Editing
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2022

Abstract

This book collects contributions on evaluation models in decision-making processes for the construction of circular urban systems in the digital era, with particular attention to the improvement of social and individual well-being. The book is organized into three sections, reflecting the main topics. Part I, entitled "Models and metrics for social impact assessment", presents some experiences in evaluating private and public assets in Italian cities, investigates the formation of value in urban regeneration projects and tackles the problem of evaluation public and private advantages in urban planning choices. Part II includes eight contributions under the sub-title "Decision making for circular cities" and addresses the problem of the transition between linear and circular systems in various fields: mining, social housing and in the construction of architecture. It also presents some insights on the topic of sustainability with reference to the social, economic and environmental dimensions. Part III faces the topic of “The value of spaces in digital revolution” through five papers. The contributions focus, in particular, on the use of new technologies, such as webGIS and BIM, in economic and environmental assessment processes. The book is addressed to experts and scholars working on urban regeneration and aims to encourage a multidisciplinary dialogue for shaping sustainable urban areas in the next future.
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