Waterfront Projects in Italy

  • Rosario PaviaEmail author
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The chapter describes in what way waterfront areas can represent strategic opportunities for the reorganisation of cities with important seaports. In particular, from the international experiences, and from recent Italian study cases, the author describes the design solutions for waterfront filtering line in Naples.


Subway Station Port Authority Cruise Ship Strategic Opportunity Architectural Heritage 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Faculty of Architecture of PescaraUniversity of Chieti Gabriele D’AnnunzioChietiItaly

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