Antonio Campagnoli, Partner of Studio Legale Lexcc, participated in the day-long seminar entitled ‘The intangible value of places‘ held on Sunday 23 October in Turin.
During the morning, participants had the opportunity to follow a guided tour of the Pista 500 in Lingotto with its creator, architect Benedetto Camerana. In the historic FIAT headquarters, recently redeveloped as a multifunctional structure, they discussed how regenerative processes of physical spaces contribute to the generation of social and environmental impact.
Following this, at the Cottino Social Impact Campus, a Meeting of minds was held to explore the skills required for impact assessment in real estate in the context of urban regeneration.
The event featured speakers. Ryan Daulton, Senior Research Associate for the Impact-Weighted Accounts (IWA) project at the Harvard Business School, Mario Calderini, Scientific Advisor of the Cottino Social Impact Campus and Full Professor of Sustainability and Impact Management at the School of Management of the Politecnico di Milano, Alessandra Oppio, Full Professor of Estimo and Evaluation at the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies of the Politecnico di Milano, Patrizia Lombardi, Full Professor in Economic Evaluation of Projects and Pro-rector of the Politecnico di Torino, Marella Caramazza, Board Member of the Cottino Social Impact Campus and strategic director of the ‘Centre of Competence for the Evaluation and Measurement of Social Impact’ and Danny Casprini, Researcher in Technology and Innovation Research on Social Impact at the TIRESIA Research Centre, Politecnico di Milano.