By Blanca Pascual, MA student and junior research fellow in the JPI Deep Cities project, University of Barcelona One of the case studies of the Deep Cities project is Hospitalet de Llobregat, a city that it is now part of what we could call the Great Barcelona (you can go from one to the other […]
WHEN ART ‘DEEPENS’ URBAN HERITAGE @ WOOLWICH, LONDON
Kalliopi Fouseki, UCL Institute of Sustainable Heritage No matter how many times I visit this area either for teaching or for the CURBATHERI project or just simply for a river run, there is always a new aspect to consider in relation to the ‘deep heritage’ of the place. During my last visit, I was reflecting […]
A periphery in transformationand a hidden heritage. The case study of the San Donato neighbourhood in Florence.
By Andrea Biondi, Research Fellow on the JPI Deep Cities project, University of Florence The San Donato neighbourhood, in Novoli district in Florence, is located in the north-western area of the city. It is an area out of any tourist itinerary, unknown even to most of the Florentines and not considered peculiar for the representation […]
Florence: memories, needs and urban development. A case study from the 19th century
By Andrea Biondi, Research Fellow on the JPI Deep Cities project, University of Florence Work Package 4 (WP4) is a section of Curbatheri project stricktly oriented to determine and to create an effective link between theory and practice. Its principal aim and deliverable is to create a toolbox to help the governance structures in the […]
Cultural Heritage and its important contribution to sustainable development.
The Directorate for Cultural Heritage is an Associate Partner for the Deep Cities project in Norway. Here, Special Advisor at the Directorate Marit Huuse writes about the importance developing our historic urban environments. We live in a time of great and rapid change in our physical environment. In particular, cities are constantly changing. But the […]