The architectural rehabilitation project is traditionally based on a wide involvement of experts in the informationdecisional process. Recent studies report the uptake of collaborative knowledge-management tools, involving researchers, businesses, public authorities, non-profit associations and citizens. These tools are the result of a critical reframing of the territorial intervention strategies, in line with the new roles assigned to the local community, according to the objectives of resilience and sustainability. The paper discusses the experience of the Collaborative Knowledge Labs promoted by a research group involving three Italian universities, focusing on the “slow territories”. The Labs are intended as “itinerant” experiments, aimed at re-empowering people and stakeholders, by rebuilding collaboration among local communities and cooperation with public authorities. The goal is to define models for adaptive management of urban areas, according to codesign and co-creation strategies.

Laboratori di “Collaborative Knowledge”: sperimentazioni itineranti per il recupero e la manutenzione dell’ambiente costruito

Serena Viola;Stefania De Medici
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2019

Abstract

The architectural rehabilitation project is traditionally based on a wide involvement of experts in the informationdecisional process. Recent studies report the uptake of collaborative knowledge-management tools, involving researchers, businesses, public authorities, non-profit associations and citizens. These tools are the result of a critical reframing of the territorial intervention strategies, in line with the new roles assigned to the local community, according to the objectives of resilience and sustainability. The paper discusses the experience of the Collaborative Knowledge Labs promoted by a research group involving three Italian universities, focusing on the “slow territories”. The Labs are intended as “itinerant” experiments, aimed at re-empowering people and stakeholders, by rebuilding collaboration among local communities and cooperation with public authorities. The goal is to define models for adaptive management of urban areas, according to codesign and co-creation strategies.
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