June 17, 2020 Forthcoming
Reference - 128 Pages - 23 B/W Illustrations
ISBN 9780367406400 - CAT# 325317
Series: Transport and Mobility
This book explores how emerging mobility practices have transformed spaces in order to fit the needs of highly mobile people, as well as the changing relationship between people and territory.
It establishes an interdisciplinary and a multiscalar approach to mobility analysis and mobility design through the application of a mobile method of research. Drawing on mobile people in Italy, the book highlights how influential movers appropriate and configure space for their own needs, centering their activities on continuous but distant places and configuring territories with uncertain and evolving limits. This change of perspective allows us to redefine the concept of mobility space, including all the spaces that support the development of emerging mobility practices. It also encourages new perspectives on the way in which the relationship between the individual and territory is evolving into a less sedentary way of inhabiting space.
This book will be of interest to architects, urban scientists, sociologists, as well as post graduate students who are interested in understanding how mobilities are transforming contemporary cities and territories.
Foreword: Long Distance Commuters: moving beyond displacement by Paola Pucci
1. Mobility and the spatial perspective
2. Research method
3. Mobility in the Italian context. Data and urban contexts
4. Reversible mobility the length and breadth of Italy: redefining rhythms and territories
5. What spaces for highly mobile people?
Post face: Opening. Working on mobility from people by Vincent Kaufmann