The Social Viability of Culture-led Urban Transformation Processes: Evidence from the Bicocca District, Milan

@article{Sacco2009TheSV,
  title={The Social Viability of Culture-led Urban Transformation Processes: Evidence from the Bicocca District, Milan},
  author={P. Sacco and Giorgio Tavano Blessi},
  journal={Urban Studies},
  year={2009},
  volume={46},
  pages={1115 - 1135}
}
This paper investigates the relationships between cultural activities/investments and urban transformation processes, with reference to the transformation of the Bicocca district in the metropolitan core of Milan. Bicocca has experienced a radical change in its social, economic and environmental profile as a consequence of the transition from a heavily industrial development model to a characteristically post-industrial one. This case study offers an instructive example for the understanding of… Expand
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