Participation of CLIC project to the workshop “Making Meaning of Places: Innovative Technologies, Community and Heritage”
CLIC took part in the research workshop “Making Meaning of Places: Innovative Technologies, Community and Heritage” organized by the School of Architecture of the University of Portsmouth. This workshop aims to bring researchers and practitioners with heritage focus together. It is focused on two main themes in cultural heritage research: the innovative technologies and the community and place-making.
CLIC project was represented by Simona Panaro (University of Portsmouth) who talked about the problem of the adaptive reuse of cultural heritage from the perspective of the circular economy. One of the points debated in her presentation, “Community, heritage and decision processes”, regarded how to support complex decisions, taking into account the interlinked benefits that the reuse of the heritage can generate in a specific context.