Curated by

Giulia FiniDirector of Planum. The Journal of Urbanism – Università degli Studi di Udine

Communicating urban planning to a non-expert audience composed of citizens and not of technicians, professionals or institutional interlocutors is one of the open dimensions that have run through the history of urban planning. It seems a paradox to say this for a discipline that is justified by the design of the optimal living conditions of populations in territories, but often urban planners, despite important exceptions, have considered the communication of their activities, an “internal” problem within the inner circle…