Resumen del Libro
The unresolved limits of the post-capitalist city give rise to interventions in the city and the contemporary landscape in which the planner has to rely on a knowledge of other fields. The inevitable multidisciplinary activity at these frontiers has been an object of study during recent decades. This book brings together these reflections and some of their achievements in projects whose common denominator is their condition of marginality, of contiguity with prior structures with which they try to establish connections and continuities. The four parts into which the book is divided make reference to projectural policies conditioned by work on the boundaries of the pre-existing and to the interpretation of their settings: stretches of water, infrastructures, cultural and artificial natures. Analysed here are border zones, edges, frontiers and fringes of the contemporary city with itself, with nature, and with the boundaries between the natural and the colonised landscape.
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