"Enabling" Space. Dialogues and bridges between institutions and self-organized practices for a collaborative territorial planning.

Stefania Ragozino, Gabriella Esposito De Vita



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Periferie; Spazi Pubblici; riqualificazione; progettazione; studi urbani;

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.13133/2532-6562_2.3.14304


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TU Tracce Urbane - Rivista Italiana Transdisciplinare di Studi Urbani - Italian Journal of Urban Studies. Rivista telematica scientifica della Sapienza Università di Roma registrata presso il Tribunale civile di Roma n 77 del 2017. ISSN: 2532-6562