Dos caras del frente fluvial de Belgrado: la creación contradictoria de nueva identidad urbana

Palabras clave: Frentes fluviales urbanos, Belgrade Waterfront, Savamala, identidad urbana, regeneración urbana

Resumen

Durante las últimas décadas, multitud de proyectos de regeneración urbana han incluido los frentes de agua, influyendo el desarrollo espacial, el carácter urbano y la competitividad económica de las ciudades. Los países en transición no son una excepción. Este trabajo se centra en el caso particular de Belgrado, donde bajo un contexto post-socialista, dos modelos urbanos han sido implementados en la misma ribera del río Sava. A través de una metodología comparativa, se contrastará el impacto social y espacial del distrito creativo de Savamala y el desarrollo inmobiliario de Belgrade Waterfont. El objetivo es la exploración crítica de los procesos de estos casos, sus consecuencias y cómo afectan a la creación de nuevas identidades urbanas. Los resultados muestran la relevancia de la transparencia y la participación ciudadana en la toma de decisiones, así como los riesgos de la estandarización de las intervenciones urbanas.

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29/05/2020