Four case studies illustrating different works of European architects: The design of Can Tacò (Spain) operates on the discovery and recovery of ancient roman ruins, conserving space, and enhancing the walls of the buildings but keeping the original state of the terraces using only a few essential materials. The new paths of the roman quarry (Austria) create a perceptive relationship with the environment that links the nature with the artificial world, analyzing the space shaped by mankind as an urban territory in which we can look back at the historic landmarks. The project of Parco Dora (Italy) transforms a former steel plant area in a big park that symbolizes an attractive and lively center where natural and industrial elements create a "futuristic jungle". SNIA Viscosa (Italy) is a factory abandoned over 60 years ago. This industrial-natural site has been chosen as a topic for graduation thesis because of the quality that industrial archaeology represents in Rome
Archaeology and architecture, case studies / Camiz, Alessandro; Doko, Endriol. - (2016), pp. 31-33.