Report from the edge on GAM15. Territorial Justice

Urban Reports contributes to GAM Graz Architecture Magazine. GAM publishes essays, interviews, illustrations, book reviews and projects related to the fields of architecture and urbanism. Published annually by the Faculty of Architecture of Graz University of Technology since 2004, it is conceived as an engaging interdisciplinary forum for scholars, architects and critics in which architectural developments and controversial phenomena are discussed. Adding to current architectural discourse, the contributions of each issue are devoted to a specific theme chosen by a guest editor.

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2019  Graz, Austria.
Photographers: Alessandro Guida, Davide Curatola Soprana, Isabella Sassi Farìas
Text : Viviana Rubbo

ISBN: 978-3-86859-854-4

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GAM.15 è dedicato alla dimensione geografica-spaziale della giustizia sociale. Considera le trasformazioni attualmente in atto nelle aree rurali e ne descrive le potenzialità, i problemi e le prospettive di sviluppo. I contributi raccolti in questa pubblicazione esaminano le dinamiche attraverso cui il paesaggio rurale sta cambiando, come le trasformazioni in atto possano creare nuove disuguaglianze territoriali e come si possano stabilire alternative orientate alla giustizia territoriale al sistema di pianificazione dominante.

Con i contributi di Pierre Veltz, Michael Woods, Paola Viganò, Yuri Kazepov e Michael Friesenecker, Emanuele Sommariva, Nicolas Escach, Don Mitchell  e altri.

Urban Reports ha contribuito alla rivista di architettura austriaca con il “Report from the edge of the city”, la nostra ricerca sullo stato attuale dei confini amministrativi delle città, sulla relazione tra la dimensione urbana con lo spazio rurale e sull’immagine del paesaggio nelle aree di transizione lungo la linea di confine.

 

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GAM.15 is devoted to the geographical dimension of social justice. It considers the transformations currently taking place in rural areas and describes their potentials, problems, and prospects for development.The contributions collected in this publication examine the dynamics through which the rural landscape is changing, how the transformations taking place may create new territorial inequalities, and how Territorial Justice-oriented alternatives to the dominant planning system may be established.

With contributions by Pierre Veltz, Michael Woods, Paola Viganò, Yuri Kazepov and Michael Friesenecker, Emanuele Sommariva, Nicolas Escach, Don Mitchell and others . 

Urban Reports contributed to the Austrian architecture magazine with the “Report from the edge of the city”, our research on the current state of the administrative boundaries of cities, on the relationship between the urban dimension with the rural space and on the image of the landscape along the borders.