A neologism that describes all the conditions of living in a place (accessibility, conviviality, citizenship, proximity), both material and ideal. The term refers to an idea of inhabitation that is broader than the fact of residing. The habitability of a place is linked to the existence of sufficient possibilities of creation and adaptation to allow humans to appropriate it and to cohabit with other humans. Habitability approaches study the way in which the social structure is constructed in a living territory.
E17 Competition: launch 27/03/2023 - entries 30/07/2023 - results 04/12/2023