JBU Volume VII (2/2018)

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Nando Bertolini & Stefano Serafini, Editors in Chief

Architecture is Common Good

Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of the Istituto Nazionale di Bioarchitettura (INBAR) and the University of Parma “Architecture as Common Good: Recovering Well-Being and Urban Quality”—

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With contributions by—

Nando Bertolini & Stefano Serafini
EDITORS’ NOTE: ARCHITECTURE IS COMMON GOOD

Giorgio Origlia
THE ORPHANED COMMONS

Adolfo F. L. Baratta, Laura Calcagnini, Fabrizio Finucci, & Antonio Magarò
DESIGN STRATEGIES FOR EMERGENCY HOUSING IN COLOMBIA

Ilaria Montella & Chiara Tonelli
RESILIENCE BEST PRACTICES: TECHNICAL DATA SHEETS FOR ESSENTIAL TEMPORARY HOUSING

Nicoletta Gandolfi
NEW, “GREEN”, AND SUSTAINABLE CHALLENGES

Anna Rita Petroselli & Maria Iannilli
QUALI-QUANTITATIVE METHODS FOR ANALYZING URBAN STRUCTURE AND SUPPORTING REGENERATION POLICIES

Chiara Tonelli, Ilaria Montella, & Nicola Moscheni
ADAPTIVE REUSE OF ABANDONED BUILDINGS: FROM ILLEGAL OCCUPANCY TO COMMON GOOD

Valentina Pica
CERTIFICATION PROTOCOL FOR INTEGRATED INTERVENTIONS “HISTORICAL SMALL SMART CITIES”: AN INSTRUMENT FOR THE SUSTAINABLE REGENERATION

Patrizia Pira, Vito Cataldo Talarico, Aldo Pedro Ferrante, Ferdinando Frega, Giovanna Grossi, & Stefania Anna Palermo
LID SYSTEMS AS SIGNIFICANT TOOLS IN URBAN REGENERATION STRATEGIES

Sergio Los
IF CIVIC ARCHITECTURE WAS LANGUAGE, THEN IT WOULD BE A COMMON GOOD