The architectural recovery design, which has always been qualified by a wide involvement of experts in the information-decision process, is characterized by recent experiences in the promotion of collaborative knowledge management tools, based on the cooperation between Researchers, Entrepreneurship, Public Administrations, NGOs and Citizens. These tools start from a critical reformulation of territorial intervention strategies, in line with the new roles of the local community towards objectives of resilience and sustainability. The paper presents the Collaborative Knowledge Laboratories experience promoted by the SITdA Cluster Recovery and Maintenance of the Built Environment, with a specific reference to the so-called slow territories. The Laboratories are intended as ‘itinerant’ experiences, aimed at re-empowering the population and stakeholders to collaborate as local communities, interacting with the public administrations in adopting management and adaptive settlement governance forms, with a co-planning and co-creation concept.
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