Authors/nicola valentino canessa
Adjunct Professor in “Laboratory of urbanism” in the Degree in Landscape Design, Department DAD, University of Genoa – UNIGE, (Italy)
PhD in Architecture at ADDgenova _ Graduate School of Architecture and Design at the University of Genoa, since April 2012. Theme of the thesis is “The Mediterranean City”.
Coordinator, since 2009, of the GIC-LAB | UNIGE, the research team created and directed by prof. Manuel Gausa. He has supervised research on the digital city, landscapes of urban agricultural production and territorial renaturalization.
Resili(g)ence (vol. 2)
GOA Resili(g)ent City Nicola Valentino Canessa The Resili(g)ence publication is part of the outputs produced within the European project KAAU, Knowledge Alliance for Advanced Urbanism (www.ka-au.net), Erasmus + program, and consists of two volumes: the first Resili(g)ence Intelligent Cities / Resilient Landscapes offers reflections on the general framework and on the theme of resilience applied to intelligent cities and the landscape, while the second volume GOA Resili(g)ent City, analyses the case study of Genoa. Resili(g)ence is a combined word, created by Manuel Gausa, merging the words resilience and intelligence. Intelligence is intended not only as the artificial but also as the human one, though undoubtedly today the world of BigData and OpenData can help the better understand of the city and its dynamics. Resilience, instead, is a term derived from the materials science and indicates the property that some materials have to maintain their structure or to regain its original shape after being