From interdisciplinarity to transdisciplinarity. A purpposal of a new educational pattern for the Polis-Maker
||Caruso di Spaccaforno, Angelo; Martini, Paolo; Vaccà, Cesare
||From interdisciplinarity to transdisciplinarity. A purpposal of a new educational pattern for the Polis-Maker
||11th European Real Estate Society Conference (2-5 June 2004) Milano, Italy
||Nowadays, urban transformation takes place mostly within an operating framework where there isn’t a strategic figure able to optimize intervention choices with an holistic perspective. The non- interpretation of such a phenomenon sometimes distinguish even some architecture masters who, deliberately or not, end up to be a tool of choices made by public administrators, in the perspective of the so-called “gesture policy”; we actually know that this concerns several fields of sciences and not just architecture and urban planning. But if this mostly distinguished the approach to urban transformation between XX and XXI centuries, in the belief that the passage from plan to project in urban planning was the panacea for city problems, today, facing an even more pressing demand for life quality, we are unprepared to provide direct answers and, mostly, answers dictated by a clear understanding of strategies to be adopted.
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||Urban Management and Modelling
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