Il nuovo Piano di Roma: colloquio con Federico Oliva

Alessandra Cazzola

Abstract


Starting from the studies of McHarg, there is a growing interest to a development more respectful and less destructive of natural values. In the time it’s been settled a common feeling trough the environmental issues related to deterioration, consumption and pollution of the resources.
This new environmental feelings it’s been also tackled in the field of land and urban planning, that had to revise instruments and techniques, and to redefine its knowing bases using the knoledges and the instruments of ecological disciplines (related both to extra-urban lands and to urban fabrics).
Talking with prof. Oliva we analyze the environmental and landscape contents of the new city plan of Rome, adoptee by the city council in the 2003. 


Keywords


Rome; ecology and urban planning; city planning; relationships between area plans and ordinary plans

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/RV-17486



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