The geodesign framework has supported stakeholder engagement in policy-making and planning with its innovative, practical, operational, fast, and participatory tools for a long time. Although geodesign has provided practitioners with systematic and technologically sound solutions for sustainability problems within the International Geodesign Collaboration (IGC) network, a new concept of connectivity among neighbouring cities and the regeneration of landscapes should be more stressed by the participatory workshops. The paper proposes using geodesign system thinking to spark cooperation between Academia and Public Authorities to foster integrated, spatially explicit, and strategic planning. The experimentation presented in this paper aims at providing recommendations for sustainable design with a particular focus on local problems linked to accessibility and reclamation. The peninsula of the city of Bacoli (Italy) has been selected as a best-fit case study for investigating these dynamics by involving a working group of professors, researchers, PhD candidates, and students from the Second Level Master in Sustainable Planning and Design of Port Areas of the University of Naples Federico II, along with professionals, citizens, and policy-makers belonging to the Municipality. The workshop experience has demonstrated how collaborative processes between people with different backgrounds and interests can elicit preferences and identify relationships among the recovery of systems connected to landscape regeneration and accessibility infrastructures.

Collaborative and Sustainable Strategies Through Geodesign: The Case Study of Bacoli

Somma M.
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Cerreta M.;Poli G.;
2022

Abstract

The geodesign framework has supported stakeholder engagement in policy-making and planning with its innovative, practical, operational, fast, and participatory tools for a long time. Although geodesign has provided practitioners with systematic and technologically sound solutions for sustainability problems within the International Geodesign Collaboration (IGC) network, a new concept of connectivity among neighbouring cities and the regeneration of landscapes should be more stressed by the participatory workshops. The paper proposes using geodesign system thinking to spark cooperation between Academia and Public Authorities to foster integrated, spatially explicit, and strategic planning. The experimentation presented in this paper aims at providing recommendations for sustainable design with a particular focus on local problems linked to accessibility and reclamation. The peninsula of the city of Bacoli (Italy) has been selected as a best-fit case study for investigating these dynamics by involving a working group of professors, researchers, PhD candidates, and students from the Second Level Master in Sustainable Planning and Design of Port Areas of the University of Naples Federico II, along with professionals, citizens, and policy-makers belonging to the Municipality. The workshop experience has demonstrated how collaborative processes between people with different backgrounds and interests can elicit preferences and identify relationships among the recovery of systems connected to landscape regeneration and accessibility infrastructures.
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