Series directed by Elena Mortola, publisher Gangemi, Rome Italy

“Participation is a complex question. But I still believe that for architecture is one of the ways out.” As Giancarlo de Carlo, I believe that to overcome the current situation of architecture isolation from society is necessary to start from participation practices.

These serie wants to offer a space to all those who intend to tell – even in critical terms – their experiences of participatory planning aimed at improving our living environment.

 

BOOKS AND AUTHORS

  • TEACHING OUTDOOR SPACES
    A participatory planning process
    by Alessandro Giangrande, Gabriella Guidetti, Elena Mortola
  • PARTICIPATORY DESIGN
    The Angelo Mai case in the Rione Monti in Rome
    by Alessandro Giangrande and Elena Mortola
  • COHOUSING DESIGN AND PARTICIPATED IN THE OLD TOWN
    The case of a former monastery in Magliano Sabina
    by Elena Mortola, Fausta Mecarelli
  • PARTICIPATION AND ICT
    For a liveable city
    by Antonio Caperna, Alessandro Giangrande, Paolo Mirabelli, Elena Mortola
  • EMERGING DEMOCRACY
    The season of Participatory Budgets in Rome and Lazio
    by Lea Angeloni, Daniela Festa, Alessandro Giangrande, Adriana Goni Mazzitelli, Riccardo Troisi
  • A WORKSHOP IN PORTOFINO
    Traces of Memory and Future of the places
    by Alessandro Giangrande, Elena Mortola, Romina Peritore
  • THE GAME DOES NOT STOP
    Participatory planning practices for the right to the city of children
    by Laura Moretti, Viviana Petrucci
  • The EX-STORE ATAC “VITTORIA”
    Participatory planning in Rome
    By Alessandro Giangrande, Elena Mortola, Romina Peritore

 

  • Books Indexes

TEACHING OUTDOOR SPACES
A participatory planning process
by Alessandro Giangrande, Gabriella Guidetti, Elena Mortola
Dipartimento Studi Urbani Università Roma Tre – Municipio Roma VI

Introduction
1.1 Redevelopment of school gardens of Rome City Hall VI
(G. Palmieri, President of the Rome City Hall VI)
1.2 Innovation and construction of local networks: added value of the participation process
(G.Guidetti)
1.3 “What an effort! But it’s nice!”
(The Headmaster and the teachers of the Primary School Iqbal Masih)
1.4 Finally, in the garden!
(Coordinator and Teacher of the Nursery School “Enrico Toti”)
1.5 A small “forest” for children
(Coordinator and Educators of the nursery “Enchanted Forest”)

The teacher training
2.1 Introduction (A.Giangrande)
2.2 Sustainable development (A.Giangrande)
2.3 Principles and methods of participatory planning (A.Giangrande)
2.4 Two examples of application (A.Giangrande)
2.5 Design SFC (Support Framework Citizen) Redevelopment of gardens and educational spaces (C.Tosi)
2.6 The design of green (F.Rinalduzzi)

The process of participatory planning
3.1 The method used (A.Giangrande, E.Mortola, V.Petrucci)
3.2 The repertoire of suggestions (A.Giangrande, E.Mortola, V.Petrucci)
3.3 Inspection and “Diagnosis Site” (A.Giangrande, E.Mortola, V.Petrucci)
3.4 Construction of the Future Scenario (A.Giangrande, E.Mortola, V.Petrucci)
3.5 Map of the “Vision” (A.Giangrande, E.Mortola, V.Petrucci)
3.6 Development of preliminary and final projects (A.Giangrande, E.Mortola, V.Petrucci)
3.7 The animation as a tool to encourage participation and the expression of pupils C.Tosi
3.8 The survey of trees and shrubs present F.Rinalduzzi

From design to construction
4.1 The implementation of the three winning projects (A.Giangrande, E.Mortola, G.Baiocco)
4.2 The creation of the school “Iqbal Masih garden” in via Ferraironi (A.Giangrande, E.Mortola, G.Baiocco)
4.3 The creation of the garden of the kindergarten “E.Toti” (A.Giangrande, E.Mortola, G.Baiocco)
4.4 The realization of the nest “Enchanted garden” (A.Giangrande, E.Mortola, G.Baiocco)
4.5 Environmental sustainability issues (F.Rinalduzzi)
AppendixDescription of activity, project Description

 

PARTICIPATORY PLANNING, a case of Angelo Mai and Rione Monti in Rome   (A. Giangrande, E. Mortola)

1. Angelo Mai, a case of participatory planning

2. Historical background on the character of Angelo Mai and the building complex
2.1 Historical background of Angelo Mai (E. Mortola)

3. The participatory planning process
3.1 The recovery of the Angelo Mai Institute: History of the participatory process (A. Giangrande)

4. A workshop-competition organized with the  Bauhaus Universität Weimar for the recovery and reuse of the Angelo Mai Garden (2006-2007)
4.1 Workshop objectives
4.2 The laboratory design and installations
4.3 The garden centers (E. Mortola)

5. The institute Angelo Mai: archeology and functional metamorphoses
5.1 Methodology
5.2 The archaeological context
5.3 The archaeology of Angelo Mai and the Pattern Language: a planning meeting
5.4 The archaeological areas in participatory planning (L. Ciotti)

6. The role of the people and institutions
6.1 The socio-cultural context for the reappropriation and participatory planning of the Angelo Mai Institute (A. Goni Mazzitelli)

7. Recovery of Angel’s Garden Mai: Final Project
7.1 The steps of the method
7.2 The Angelo Mai garden: the map of the wholeness
7.3 Construction of the future scenario (visioning)
7.4 The garden project: the unfolding (E. Mortola, A. Giangrande, G. Baiocco, F. Mecarelli)
Appendix  Color plates

 

COHOUSING AND PARTICIPATION IN THE HISTORICAL CENTERS
The case of a former monastery in Magliano Sabina
by Elena Mortola, Fausta Mecarelli
Presentation
Recovery participated for cohousing

1.For a history of the monastery of S. Croce
1.1 The territory and the Diocese of Magliano Sabina. Background
1.2 The Monastery of S. Croce under the Rule of St. Clare
1.3 The pastoral visit of Cardinal. Andrea Maria Corsini 1779-1782
1.4 The political events of the nineteenth century
1.5 The old Hospital of Magliano and its transformations (Enrica Torelli Landini, Anastasia Staccioli)

2.Magliano Sabina: a tuff rock in the Tiber Valley
2.1 General Information about the City
2.2 The Territorial Plan PTP No. 4 – The Tiber Valley
2.3 The Territorial Plan PTC No. 4 – The Tiber Valley
2.4 The Regional Landscape Territorial Plan PTPR
2.5 The PRG ’90
(Lucia Nucci)

3.Magliano Solar: participatory project of photovoltaic building integration in a historic building
3.1 The ex-building complex Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie
3.2 Integration of Renewable Energies (BIPV)
3.3 The building integrated photovoltaic project in the former Convent of Santa Maria delle Grazie in Magliano Sabina
(Massimo Bastiani)

4.Cohousing and participatory design
4.1 The origins and the deep reasons of cohousing
4.2 The Cohousing and participatory design
4.3 Experiences of cohousing in Italy and abroad
4.4 What happened to the common of the 60?
4.5 The character and the feasibility of cohousing and AutoRemounter
4.6 The Cohousing with a purpose
4.7 The feasibility of cohousing
4.8 The cohousing from a legal point of view: the construction co-op
(Elena Mortola)

5.The role of “A Pattern Language” in the recovery and reuse project in cohousing of former monastery of  St. Chiara
5.1 Introduction
5.2 A Pattern “The family” in syntesis
5.3 A “pattern language” for cohousing
(A. Giangrande)

6. Residential Styles and
cohousing attitude of the people of Magliano Sabina
6.1 the young people
6.2 the seniors
6.3 the adults
6.4 the role of administrators and politicians
(Elisabetta Cerroni)

7. A design process in three stages: Wholeness, Visioning, Unfolding
7.1 Wholeness
7.2 Visioning
7.3 Unfolding
(Elena Mortola)

8. A design workshop between Magliano and Rome
8.1 Design – Description of the wholeness
8.2 Description of wholeness through the notes of photographs and drawings
8.3 Results of the workshop 2010-2011
(Elena Mortola, Fausta Mecarelli)

 

PARTICIPATION AND ICT
For a liveable city
by Antonio Caperna, Alessandro Giangrande, Paolo Mirabelli, Elena Mortola

1. The roots of participatory planning and Urban Design(E.Mortola)
2. Integration of participation practices in sustainable planning processes (A.Giangrande)
3. The interactive design (E.Mortola)
A participatory planning process in presence and on line (A.Giangrande)
5. Elements of Information Communication Technology (ICT) and its applications in urban policies (A.Caperna)
6. Offers Capacity from ICT for participation (P.Mirabelli)
7. Peer-to-peer (P2P) Urbanism (A.Caperna)
8. Bioplanning as a new epistemological model (A.Caperna e S.Serafini)

Attachments
A. From the survey before plan to the doctrine of the plan of A. Faludi (A.Giangrande)
B. STRATEGIC CHOICE: A short methodological note (A.Giangrande)
C. Urban Restoration in Rome: Strategic Choice and other design methods (A.Giangrande and E.Mortola)
D. Teaching and online participation (A.Caperna, A.Giangrande, P.Mirabelli, E.Mortola)
E. The main participatory methods (A.Caperna, A.Giangrande, P.Mirabelli, E.Mortola)

 

A WORKSHOP IN PORTOFINO
Traces of Memory and Future of the places
by Alessandro Giangrande, Elena Mortola, Romina Peritore
Teachers: Alessandro Giangrande, Elena Mortola, Romina Peritore
Tutor: Francesca Giangrande
Students: Livio Betti, Cosimo Campani, Antonello Gianfreda, Marta Gnesi, Leonardo Magursi, Eleonora Massaro, Riccardo Vergari

Acknowledgments thanks
– The municipality of Portofino
– The Association PSP (Progettazione Sostenibile Partecipata)
– Lea Angeloni for its vibrant and collaborative participation in all activities of workshop

Index
1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 A letter to a friend as a Preface
1.2 List of the main problems today in Portofino
1.3 A possible solution(Elena Mortola)

2 THE CONTEXT
2.1 Workshop in Portofino (2002 and 2003)
2.2 A pattern language for Portofino
2.3 Evolution of the Borgo
2.4 Reading of historical maps
2.5 Characters of the natural and agricultural landscape
2.6 The contribution of architecture: two examples (San Fruttuoso and Portofino)(Elena Mortola)

3 TRANSFORMATION OF PORTOFINO WHOLENESS
3.1 Transformation of the wholeness of the end of 1800 to today
3.2 The activities in Portofino from the Middle Ages to the seventeenth century
3.3 The terraced houses
3.4 The current wholeness of the square and the two moles
3.5 Creation of an Urban Living Laboratory in Portofino(Elena Mortola)

4. INTERVIEWS  to
4.1 Mayor George D’ Alia (Elena Mortola e Francesca Giangrande)
4.2 Giorgio Devoto (Elena Mortola e Francesca Giangrande)
4.3 Ugo Repetto (Romina Peritore)
4.4 Parks of Liguria(Francesca Giangrande)
4.5 Mariangela Canale (Romina Peritore)
5. MAP of “wholeness” (Livio Betti, Cosimo Campani, Antonello Gianfreda, Marta Gnesi, Leonardo Magursi, Eleonora Massaro, Riccardo Vergari)
6. “Visioning” (Livio Betti, Cosimo Campani, Antonello Gianfreda, Marta Gnesi, Leonardo Magursi, Eleonora Massaro, Riccardo Vergari)

ATTACHMENTS
Annex A – Christopher Alexander methods in the regeneration and reuse (Alessandro Giangrande)
Annex B – The phenomenon of second homes in Liguria and Portofino: socio-economic impacts on the development of the territory(Romina Peritore)

 

The EX-STORE ATAC “VITTORIA” Participatory planning in Rome

By Alessandro Giangrande, Elena Mortola, Romina Peritore

Index

  1. Della Vittoria district in Rome is still the “nice neighborhood”? (Elena Mortola)
  2. The ex-depot ATAC and Della Vittoria neighborhood (Elena Mortola)
  3. The PRG standards, hydrographic situation and the opinion of the Superintendent (Alessandro Giangrande and Elena Mortola)
  4. Via Plava area and the first experiences of participation of residents (Alessandro Giangrande and Elena Mortola)
  5. The “deep structure” of the former depot and its surroundings (Alessandro Giangrande)
  6. Foreshadow the future (visioning) (Alessandro Giangrande)
  7. Project proposals (Alessandro Giangrande and Elena Mortola)
  8. Civic feasibility of urban projects: the crowfunding to the Community Cooperative (Romina Peritore)
  9. A contribution of two citizen (Caterina Pilo Boyl and Silvia Gnetti)

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