Dissemination of scientific research findings and evidence has been dee-pening our understanding of the multiple (and often conflicting) relation-ships between the historical garden/park space and their users. This makes somehow easier to take into account in the preliminary phases of the restorative design the users‟ expectations, needs and behaviours. In turn, the availability of big data and increasingly sophisticated digital tools helps restore gardens and parks better by adapting both design and pro-gramme to the contemporary needs, expectations, and reactions of its users.

Towards a more resilient garden restoration? Lessons from the past and ways to the future

Maria Beatrice Andreucci
2022

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Dissemination of scientific research findings and evidence has been dee-pening our understanding of the multiple (and often conflicting) relation-ships between the historical garden/park space and their users. This makes somehow easier to take into account in the preliminary phases of the restorative design the users‟ expectations, needs and behaviours. In turn, the availability of big data and increasingly sophisticated digital tools helps restore gardens and parks better by adapting both design and pro-gramme to the contemporary needs, expectations, and reactions of its users.
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