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Framework for soft and hard city infrastructures

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The term city infrastructures typically refers to physical elements, but it also includes soft infrastructures like services, social groupings, and personal skills.

The unclear role of city infrastructures in relation to livelihood and livability has prompted the development of a framework for both soft and hard city infrastructures. This framework was developed based on two case studies: the halted urban regeneration project in the Italian City of Lucca and the public consultation data from the City of Christchurch in New Zealand. Using syntactic data analytics and visualisation, an urban narrative about citizen priorities was created, promoting a ‘connected infrastructures’ approach for better citizen engagement.

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