Published 11 November 2021


Rethinking, sharing and producing new scenarios for the contemporary urban space. This is the aim of the two days of reflections and debates “Designing the ecological transition” which will take place in Livorno at the former ATL Depot, on 12 and 13 November.

Inside  the context of the international exhibition of the Venice Architecture Biennale, the event aims to produce awareness and a renewed ecological and supportive cultural convergence in the project of the 21st century city, for a new way of living the planet  fully sustainable.

On Saturday 13 November at 2 pm there will be a speech by Ennio Cascetta, president of Cluster Trasporti, with a focus on “The seventh transport revolution. The challenge of sustainability “.

The Ecological Transition at the center of the work

The works include two intense days of study, analysis and discussion on the theme of the Ecological Transition in the recovered spaces of the warehouse. The initiative, curated by the association TES – Solidarity Ecological Transition for years active in the development, training, information and dissemination of a renewed ecological culture, by the Goldoni Foundation and the Municipality of Livorno is part of the collateral events connected to the theme of the XVII Venice International Architecture Exhibition, since the city of Livorno is this year a supporter of the “Comunità Resilienti” exhibition in the Italian Pavilion. Among the aims of the event, is included designing the city of the present and the future by sharing new approaches, strategies, projects with the involvement of various actors and authoritative voices from the national and international scene from various fields and from multiple complementary disciplines . Urban regeneration, energy transition, integration of RES, circular economy, landscape protection, work, sustainable mobility, innovation, social inclusion and many others, are key issues both for the national context and for that of Livorno, a city that is facing an important process of renewal  of its planning tools.