• Francesco Fonzino
  • Emil Lanfranchi
4. term, Sustaianable Cities, Master (Master Programme)
The society is experiencing the increasing awareness of the complexity of urban systems and their vulnerability. Although community engagement is increasingly supported by the evolution of technologies which are becoming more accessible for a larger number of people, democratization of post-earthquake planning practices in the Italian context is still struggling to emerge and be included in the common practices. Given the fact that along with climate change challenges earthquakes are becoming more frequent and more impacting on territorial systems, traditional approaches urgently need innovative and more comprehensive perspectives suitable for being translated into action-oriented processes. It is assumed that the methodological geodesign approach could bring to the post-earthquake planning process some of the innovations acclaimed by researchers and practitioners, worldwide. Therefore, through a geodesign workshop conducted on the Norcia municipality case recently hit by a strong seismic event, it has been possible to test the approach’s potentials and to investigate whether it could answer to the scientific call or not.
Publication date9 Jun 2017
Number of pages124
ID: 259458750