This paper proposes a precise conceptualisation of the main states of emptiness of housing assets. Four critical conditions are identified: uncompletedness, long-term vacancy, under/un-occupancy, abandonment
The paper contributes to the theoretical investigation of the nexus between law and space in the field of legal geography by proposing an analytical framework for the study of the spatial operativity of law beyond compliance
The article mobilizes the concept of urbicide to read the May 2021 Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip.
This paper puts forward the relevance of the concept of precarity in the
investigation of the housing conditions of migrants
This is a comment on a recently published paper on Planning Theory, entitled “Asking ‘Third World questions’ of First World informality”
This article focuses on the illegal occupation of public buildings for residential purposes in Italy that occurs outside any explicit political framework
This article investigates illegal housing for upper-income residents in the protected forest area of the eastern hills of Bogotá
This paper addresses the role of illegal actors and practices in urban governance in the Italian context, using urban regime theory as the theoretical frame of reference.
The paper analyses the plurality of urban informal practices that characterize contemporary Italy in the sphere of housing
This paper focuses on the informal occupation of public housing in Naples, analysing a specific case of illegal access which is an alternative to ‘ordinary squatting’