Metropolitan Landscapes: Towards a Shared Construction of the Resilient City of the Future

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Metropolitan Landscapes: Towards a Shared Construction of the Resilient City of the Future Editor: Antonella Contin Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Springer Nature Switzerland AG
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Pages: 191 Illustrations and other contents: 64 Illustrations, color; 13 Illustrations, black and white; XVI, 191 p. 77 illus., 64 illus. in color. Language: English ISBN: 9783030744267 Categories: , ,

This edited volume covers many aspects of the Metropolitan Landscapes. Solutions are needed to meet the demand of the citizens of a renewed metropolitan region landscape. It opens up discussions about possible toolkits for strategic actions based on understanding the territory from geographical, urban, architectural, economic, environmental, and public policy perspectives. This book intends to promote the Metropolitan dwelling quality, ensuring human well-being proposing a discussion on the resilient articulation of the interface space among the city’s infrastructure, agriculture, and nature. This book results from the Symposium: Metropolitan Landscapes that MSLab of the Politecnico di Milano and ETSA (Sevilla) organized at the IALE 2019 Conference (Milan, July 2019) to manage radical territory transformation with a strategic vision. The widespread growth of urban areas indicates the importance of building resilient sustainable cities capable of minimizing climate-change impact production. The Symposium aimed to discuss the Urban Metabolism approach considering the combination of Landscapes set in a single Metropolitan Ecosystem. Accordingly, new design strategies of transformation, replacement or maintenance can compose Urban-Rural Linkage patterns and a decalage of different landscape contexts. Ecological interest in environmental sustainability, compatibility, and resilience is not tied exclusively to the balance between production and energy consumption. Thus, it is the integration over time and at several scales of the urban and rural landscapes and their inhabitants that nourish the Metropolitan Bioregion. Moreover, the Metropolitan Landscape Book’s research hypothesis is the need for a Glossary, strengthening the basis of understanding Metropolitan Landscape’s complexity. This book’s topic is particularly relevant to Landscape Urbanism, Architecture, Urban disciplines Scholars, Students and Practitioners who want to be connected in a significant way with Metropolitan Discipline’s research field.

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Author Biography

Antonella Contin arch. Ph.D. is Research Associate at DAStU / Department of Architecture and Urban Studies, School of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Engineering at Politecnico di Milano. She is Coordinator of MSLab - Measure and Scale of the Contemporary city. Since years she is developing the theoretical foundation of the Practice of Metropolitan Discipline. She was Group Coordinator of some research projects at the metropolitan scale in Europe, Africa, Latino America and India regarding new land uses and urban-rural patterns, urban development and environmental promotion.