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This paper discusses a recent style strategy to traumatize urban areas. In twenty first century design, it’s attainable to acknowledge the existence of many comes that consist in doing nearly nothing, completing solely borderline modifications to their sites of intervention. In contemporary design, this approach is taken into account helpful typically to respect the environment and typically to boost them through the littlest and tiniest actions. Doing nearly nothing may be a strategy that may unfold in many ways. It can mean opting for inaction and thus not modifying a place at all, or designing a temporary project intended to occupy it only for a limited period of time, or conjointly completing a very little however permanent intervention. Depending on the circumstances, it’s AN approach that may facilitate design protective an area, reclaiming it or reactivating its latent qualities. This strategy can be implemented both through a single intervention on a specific place or through a network of coordinated projects in different locations. The purpose of the paper is to gift this approach within the context of 21st-century urban design, through cases studied from the last 20 years.
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