Francesco Minora

Sharing Spaces, Pooling People, Commoning Territories: Comunità residenziali auto-organizzate e produzione di abitabilità

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The article discusses the idea that self-organized residential communities, as an expression of a particular form of urban cooperation, can produce habitability. The purpose is to understand what could be the role of these forms of self-regulation in the production of urban habitable spaces, trying to highlight the incentives and coordination mechanisms that enable people to co-operate, beyond public regulation. In particular, the article shows self-organized residential communities aimed to sharing spaces within a home, maintaining urban green areas and producing proximity services.


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