Case study 5: Urban-acupuncture Projects in Danubian Cities in Bulgaria

Yordanova, Miryana and Georgiev, Georgi (2022) Case study 5: Urban-acupuncture Projects in Danubian Cities in Bulgaria. In: D+Atlas: Atlas of Hidden Urban Values along the Danube. University of Belgrade, Faculty of Architecture, Serbia, Belgrade, p. 207. ISBN 9788679243201

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Urban Acupuncture is an interconnected architectural influence of the collective intellect of the city, in which citizens are encouraged to join the process of creative planning. Basically, it refers to the urban changes that revitalise the inactive built environment by “needling” urban interventions. It is believed that even small urban change can “cure” entire neighbourhoods or even a city.
The "Case study 5: Urban-acupuncture Projects in Danubian Cities in Bulgaria" is a part of chapter "4. Visions for Tomorrow".

Item Type:Book Section
Additional Information:The Danube is the most international and multicultural river on Earth, the main connection for cultures in Central Europe and the Balkans, but also a spatial system fragmented by borders in need to reconnect in its identity. The natural wonders of this river and the capital cities on its shores usually get all the attention, but it is the smaller towns, often neglected in peripheral situations, that still today hold the multicultural essence of the Danubian Region. With this Atlas compiled by the DANUrB partnership our intention is to present urban communities along the Danube River which share similar tangible and intangible heritage in their local identities. One of the main aims of the DANUrB INTERREG Project is the reactivation of underused cultural heritage and resources in shrinking settlements of Danube river’s peripheral and border regions in order to make them more attractive again.
Subjects:Arts.Fine and Decorative arts > Architecture. Landscape arts
Earth and environmental sciences > Ecology. Environmental preservation
Economic and business Administration > Economic history
History.Archaeology > Archaeology
History.Archaeology > History of Bulgaria
History.Archaeology > New ages history (till 1945)
Public administration > Public administration
Sociology.Anthropology > Anthropology
ID Code:4776
Deposited By: Prof. Georgi Nikolov Georgiev
Deposited On:26 Apr 2023 14:08
Last Modified:15 May 2023 11:02

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