Within the Italian context for urban heritage management, this paper aims to discuss conservation and regeneration as a (potentially) combined practice, through the case of the ‘garden city’ of Marghera. Planned in the Venice mainland in the early XXth century, the district underwent a significant planning experiment in the 1990s, but was listed only recently. After examining the reasoning, features and outcomes of such processes, we assess how citizens’ sense of place was taken into consideration, and how it was affected by them.

Beyond Historic Urban Cores : Conservation and Regeneration Practices in the Garden City Area of Marghera (Venice, Italy)

Wacogne, Remi
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Fontanari, Enrico
2022

Abstract

Within the Italian context for urban heritage management, this paper aims to discuss conservation and regeneration as a (potentially) combined practice, through the case of the ‘garden city’ of Marghera. Planned in the Venice mainland in the early XXth century, the district underwent a significant planning experiment in the 1990s, but was listed only recently. After examining the reasoning, features and outcomes of such processes, we assess how citizens’ sense of place was taken into consideration, and how it was affected by them.
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