Health and urban space are two realities that need to progress in close connection; in fact, there is an increasing interest in identifying the links between architecture and public health and how urban design can positively influence the latter. A vision able to reconstruct a profitable reconnection between health, urban planning and environmental planning in line with current evidence and research on the cultural and organizational transition from Public Health to Urban Health is required. The research topic addresses the importance and the centrality of the User-Centred approach in the observation of the relationships established between man, technological systems and the constructed environment, identifying design strategies that guarantee the conditions of physical, mental and social well-being.

Active City for Healthy Ageing and Anti-globesity

Cristiana Cellucci
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Michele Di Sivo
2019-01-01

Abstract

Health and urban space are two realities that need to progress in close connection; in fact, there is an increasing interest in identifying the links between architecture and public health and how urban design can positively influence the latter. A vision able to reconstruct a profitable reconnection between health, urban planning and environmental planning in line with current evidence and research on the cultural and organizational transition from Public Health to Urban Health is required. The research topic addresses the importance and the centrality of the User-Centred approach in the observation of the relationships established between man, technological systems and the constructed environment, identifying design strategies that guarantee the conditions of physical, mental and social well-being.
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