Sustainable Development Goal 11 is set in the context of urban transformation and its role in making more inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable communities and environments. Within this framework, the European project Looper experiments a co-creation process, organised in successive learning loops, aimed at developing shared design solutions, with the objective of making cities more liveable and community based. This article, starting from the description of the research project, illustrates the implementation of the method in three case studies with different social, economic, and cultural contexts. Through the analysis of these case studies, it is shown how it could be strategic to take inspiration from the cultural and structural peculiarities of Mediterranean cities to activate co-creation processes oriented towards the sustainability and inclusiveness of urban places.

The Looper Methodology : Co-Creation Processes for the Built Environment. Inclusive and sustainable cities

Scanagatta Chiara
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Condotta Massimiliano
2021

Abstract

Sustainable Development Goal 11 is set in the context of urban transformation and its role in making more inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable communities and environments. Within this framework, the European project Looper experiments a co-creation process, organised in successive learning loops, aimed at developing shared design solutions, with the objective of making cities more liveable and community based. This article, starting from the description of the research project, illustrates the implementation of the method in three case studies with different social, economic, and cultural contexts. Through the analysis of these case studies, it is shown how it could be strategic to take inspiration from the cultural and structural peculiarities of Mediterranean cities to activate co-creation processes oriented towards the sustainability and inclusiveness of urban places.
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