Posts Tagged ‘Renzo Piano’

5 Reads and a podcast on integrated urban planning to read over the summer

Is the office quieter than usual? Would you have some time to catch up with some food for thought on urban integrated development or are you looking for the best book to take with you for the holidays? From an interview with Renzo Piano to readings about how women will save the planet, here is [...]

By URBACT, on August 2nd, 2018 at 12:17

Italian Students and the Suburbs: Tackling Urban Issues at School

Urbanism is rarely at the core of the public opinion’s debate in Italy but the presence among the final high-school exam essays of an article written by the italian-born architect Renzo Piano on the “mending of suburbs” to be commented by the students, represents an important signal on how urban policies can be interesting if [...]

By Simone D'Antonio, on June 20th, 2014 at 16:09