by Alessandro Caruso
by Valeria Sassanelli
One of the primary needs of the contemporary city is for a new generation of public spaces with which to identify. Water is increasingly at the heart of urban renewal in many cities that have based their revival on the renewal of the waterfront (rivers, oceans or channels).
by Carlo Gasparrini
by Tom Rankin
Watching the Tiber river as it snakes slowly through central Rome on its way to the Mediterranean, it is hard to conceive of the fuzzy web of interests and regulatory bodies at play. Shared amongst multiple authorities— a minimum of sixteen administrative offices have a say in the river according to an article in Paese Sera last year — the responsibilities often seem so contradictory and overlapping as to make any proposal for the river a daunting enterprise.