The “Street as Project of Public Space” problem is a “Right to the City” problem. It is, because of – paradoxically- it increasingly denies the Right of large part of urban population to move freely in the city and finally to “use”, to live freely the city. All individuals whom do not match the “ideal citizen” [adult-male-healthy-productive-wealthy-driver], they live in a hostile city. We could maybe “give back” public spaces to these urban populations [children, women, elderly, disabled, migrants, poor, pedestrians, cyborgs, and fyborgs, and so on]starting from here: understanding the importance of individuals’ diversities, make it a big challenge for the project. The research explore possibilities about how to do it in a incisive and positive way, analysing conventional and unconventional tools of project and design of public space and street: play, education, participation, self-building, urban inclusive communication, colour, ephemeral structures, micro-scale interventions, unforeseen reactions, time and times, commercial services, slowness, velocity, but overall the incredible diversity of “urban” bodies. The first part analyzes and criticises strategies and modern proposals about the street design; the second part explores the tools and possibilities of different way of design; the third part present some fieldwork projects made by TaMaLaCà group and spin-off, and finally some proposals for the Street as Project of Inclusive Public Space.

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La Strada come progetto di spazio pubblico: strumenti convenzionali e non per il progetto dello spazio pubblico a partire dalle differenze degli individui

IDINI, Paola
2015

Abstract

The “Street as Project of Public Space” problem is a “Right to the City” problem. It is, because of – paradoxically- it increasingly denies the Right of large part of urban population to move freely in the city and finally to “use”, to live freely the city. All individuals whom do not match the “ideal citizen” [adult-male-healthy-productive-wealthy-driver], they live in a hostile city. We could maybe “give back” public spaces to these urban populations [children, women, elderly, disabled, migrants, poor, pedestrians, cyborgs, and fyborgs, and so on]starting from here: understanding the importance of individuals’ diversities, make it a big challenge for the project. The research explore possibilities about how to do it in a incisive and positive way, analysing conventional and unconventional tools of project and design of public space and street: play, education, participation, self-building, urban inclusive communication, colour, ephemeral structures, micro-scale interventions, unforeseen reactions, time and times, commercial services, slowness, velocity, but overall the incredible diversity of “urban” bodies. The first part analyzes and criticises strategies and modern proposals about the street design; the second part explores the tools and possibilities of different way of design; the third part present some fieldwork projects made by TaMaLaCà group and spin-off, and finally some proposals for the Street as Project of Inclusive Public Space.
Street; Public Space; Urban Capabilities
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