Collaboration in planning: The Geodesign approach

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Michele Campagna
Carl Steinitz
Elisabetta Anna Di Cesare
Chiara Cocco
Hrishikesh Ballal
Tess Canfield

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This paper proposes a critical review of Geodesign methods and techniques which can be used to carry out collaborative design in participatory processes. The case study of a Geodesign workshop held in 2016 Cagliari (Italy) shows how it is possible to involve teams of members of the community in what is perhaps the most critical phase of a spatial planning process that is putting knowledge into action through the collaborative design of future change alternatives, and their choice based on negotiation. In addition, a discussion of further potential of the Geodesign approach in public participation is discussed with reference to both knowledge creation and community value and preferences accounting.

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