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Careggi Campus

Studi progettuali per la rigenerazione degli spazi aperti dei complessi ospedalieri
  • Edited by:
  • Gabriele Paolinelli,
  • Nicoletta Cristiani,
  • Giacomo Dallatorre,

People everyday live and use open spaces, so these actually are indispensable. The scientific literature is full of evidence about the role open spaces play for human psycho-physical well-being and health.
This book deals with the regeneration of hospital open spaces through the case of the Careggi University Hospital in Florence. The studies carried out refer to a necessary change in the accessibility and mobility model investigating the qualities that open spaces can express for the conversion of the polyclinic into an university hospital campus.
Several scientific argumentations and daily experiences indicate the One Health paradigm as the horizon towards which to turn. To do this it is also necessary to protect and regenerate open spaces.

  • Keywords:
  • Open spaces,
  • shared spaces,
  • accessibility,
  • landscape design,
  • university-hospital campus,
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Gabriele Paolinelli

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-1666-1239

Nicoletta Cristiani

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-2961-6146

Giacomo Dallatorre

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0009-0006-9822-9947

Gabriele Paolinelli, professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Florence, where he coordinates the Landscape Design Lab, is vice-president of the Italian Academic Society of Landscape Architecture (IASLA) and member of the Italian Association of Landscape Architecture (AIAPP).

Nicoletta Cristiani, PhD in Landscape Architecture (University of Florence) and member of the Alto Adige Landscape Architecture Association (LAS), works at the INGENA company in Bolzano.

Giacomo Dallatorre, PhD in Landscape Architecture (University of Florence), member of the Pietro Porcinai Onlus Association and of the Italian Academic Society of Landscape Architecture (IASLA), has a post-doc fellowship at the University of Liège.
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Careggi Campus

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Studi progettuali per la rigenerazione degli spazi aperti dei complessi ospedalieri

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Gabriele Paolinelli, Nicoletta Cristiani, Giacomo Dallatorre

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Ricerche. Architettura, Pianificazione, Paesaggio, Design

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