"Gazing at the horizon" - like Maria Reiche, who studied on the ladder the Nazca lines and who became the icon of the XV Biennale of Architecture in Venice - at a time of particular attention for the landscape and its transformations, our paper aims to re-map and highlight new ways to redesign open space, as though it was a fight to reaffirm the relationship between man and nature, in the a wide panorama of challenges faced in the minor urbanities. Our research focuses on a broad review of interventions in the various sites taken into account and tries to develop a catalogue consisting of seven categories: Nature Agriculture - the agri-food necessity interacts with the urban reality; Nature Architecture - renewed inescapable historical relationship; Nature Art - ex-officio spontaneous and intentional relationship; Nature Culture - implant cultural use of the site; Natural Nature - unsubdued site; Nature Redemption - redeemed site; Nature Sustainability - mandatory quality of the project. Within each category several human project actions are attributable, whose purpose is to bring back the natural element to the center, with the aim to reconstruct the relationship. The projects presented for each category contain symbolic values of all the selected criteria, but are placed in a specific category for the predominant feature.
|Titolo:||Fair natures in emerging minor urbanities. A green guide for seven categories|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2017|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||04b Atto di convegno in volume|