Murano's New Community between Locals, Glass Makers and Tourists
DOI: 10.23977/jfar.2021.010318 | Downloads: 17 | Views: 557
Haoyang Wang 1,2, Yuting Wang 1,2
1 University of the Tsinghua, Beijing, 100084, China
2 University of the Politecnico, Milan 20158, Italy
Corresponding AuthorHaoyang Wang
This thesis is a contribution to a research about the island of Murano, Italy. In particular to how the development of the global market, the various degrees of economic, cultural and social separation and transformation in various regions, have brought Murano to be a declining case. How to gradually revitalize and build new communities there? The thesis uses Murano's customs to establish a new “life” model to connect people and forms a new social relationship, thus providing a possible way to revitalize Murano. At the same time, according to the survey and research of Murano residents, tourists and glass workers, the common needs were analyzed, Murano's short-term, medium-term and long-term planning has gradually produced more exchanges between the three user groups, and finally formed a harmonious and active new community, which promoted Murano's economic, cultural and social development.
KEYWORDSConnection, Community, Revitalization, Diversity, Space design
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