Landscape & ruins. Con CD-ROM

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The theme of the 2009 ECLAS Conference is a particularly appropriate one for the first ECLAS Conference to be held in Italy - with its incomparable cultural heritage. The topic: "Landscape and Ruins - Planning and design for the regeneration of derelict places" is at first sight something which may not seem so relevant to those parts of Europe without landscapes that enjoy such a rich legacy of classical archaeological sites, but in fact all newly created landscapes are necessarily built on the remains of what went before, and the importance of understanding time depth in landscapes at all scales and of all types is being increasingly acknowledged. The main issues that have been identified within this theme are the regeneration of rejected landscapes, planning and design after catastrophic events and landscape change, planting design for ruined landscapes and development of archaeological landscapes. The papers on this theme reflect the multifaceted nature of the landscape and mankind's interaction with it. They show that the subject area is one of unusual breadth, drawing on and integrating concepts and approaches, not just from the two sides of the traditional divide between the creative arts and the natural sciences, but incorporating many aspects of the humanities and technology as well. Il tema della ECLAS Conferenza 2009 è particolarmente appropriato per essere la prima ECLAS conferenza che si tiene in Italia - con il suo incomparabile patrimonio culturale. Il tema: "Paesag-gio e Rovine - Pianificazione e progettazione per la rigenerazione dei luoghi abbandonati" è qual-cosa che a prima vista può non sembrare così rilevante per quelle parti d'Europa senza paesaggi che godono di un ricco patrimonio di classici siti archeologici, ma in realtà tutti i paesaggi di nuova costituzione sono necessariamente costruiti sui resti di quello che li precedevano, oltre al fatto che l'importanza di comprendere a fondo il tempo in paesaggi a tutti i livelli e di tutti i tipi viene sempre più riconosciuta. Le principali questioni che sono state individuate all'interno di questo tema sono la rigenerazione dei paesaggi, la pianificazione e progettazione di paesaggi a seguito di eventi catastrofici e dopo il cambiamento del paesaggio, l'impianto e progettazione per i paesaggi in rovina e lo sviluppo dei paesaggi archeologici. I documenti su questo tema riflettono la natura multiforme che è capace di assumere il paesaggio e l'interazione dell'uomo con esso. Essi mostrano che l'area oggetto d'analisi è di ampiezza insolita, sulla base e l'integrazione di concetti e approcci, non solo dai due lati della tradizionale divisione tra le arti creative e le scienze naturali, ma incorporano molti aspetti delle scienze umane e della tecnologia. Contenuto: Index Foreword, J. de Vries; Welcome, M. Marsonet; The landscape architecture for refused sites, A. Calcagno Maniglio; Presentation of the conference, F. Mazzino; SESSION 1 - REGENERATION OF REJECTED LANDSCAPES - M. Akkar Ercan, L. Licka, Borderlines in the regeneration of rejected urban spaces: the cases of Hamburg and Vienna - C. Battaino, A project of regeneration for the Cembra valley in the Trentino region - S. Bell, The shadow of the kolkhoz: Soviet ruins in the Baltic countryside - A. Berger, Scalar ruins: 4 Systemic Projects - E. Braae, Modern ruins and the phenomenon of ruinousity - P. Castelnovi, Landscape awakening generates ruins - C. Coleman Agre, Abandoned American mine sites - M. Eaton, R. Perron, Nanabijou, an Elegiac Couplet - P. Farinha Marques, I. Martinho da Silva, L. Reis, A. V. Quintas, The rehabilitation of Mouteira housing quarter through public space design - G. Guler, A. C. Yildizci, The Evaluation of Eyup Alýbeykoy Quarry as an Urban Park - H. Haass, Shrinking Cities - Potentials of derelicted places and Waterfronts - F. Kluge, V. Stützel, Radical Landscape Development: Cropland, Industrial Region, Nowhere-Land, Tourism Landscape - R. Knoot, R. De Waal, Brown coal mining and rehabilitation: a landscape chronicle. Designing the rehabilitation of brown coal mines in Lusatia by integrating landscape narration with a landscape based approach to rehabilitation - F. Kuhlmann, J. Balicka, Sugarland - Urban development by tracing invisible ruins - C. Lamanna, C. Azzali, G. Salgarello, L. Siviero, Rejected landscapes: infrastructure and mobility for the production of waste - F. Larcher, A. Vigetti, F. Merlo, M. Devecchi, Restoration of post industrial urban landscapes: limits and perspective for brown fields design in Italy - H. Lörzing, Landscapes in search of ruins - K.O. Mahadin, Mediterranean Cities; Visual Landscapes - S. Mantovani, Ruins of contemporary age and protection of the future - S. Marini, Rejected landscape as a reserve space - A. M. Moya Pellitero, Wasteland as Landscape: the need of a new perceptual approach - T. Oles, Planning for Ruin on the Periphery: The Case of Marzahn-West - M. Pasquali, Vernacular gardens in Manhattan. A history of guerrilla gardens - K. Petersone, The urban garden as appropriate space - A. Petruccioli, The redemption of landscapes mutilated by the war - M. Qviström, Industrial ruins in the countryside and the future of peri-urban landscapes - S. Riesto, M. Hauxner, Digging for essence and myths: the role of the underground in the Carlsberg urban redevelopment - A. Saucier, W. Flynn, Cultivating memory, awareness and change - L. Scazzosi, C. Robbiati, Landscapes of the ruins and landscapes in ruins: some questions of terminology and operative effects - C. Steinitz, Contested Waters: Reviving the Tajo River in Spain S. Swaffield, H. Perkins, New Wine in an Old Landscape: Regeneration of relic landscapes in Central Otago, New Zealand - M. Treib, Building Up; Wearing Down: Entropy and Ruins - E. Wall, S. Johnston, Informality in derelict public spaces of the contemporary city - H. Youssef, L. Riguccio, S. Luoni, Reviving a neighbourhood - F. Zagari, V. Amadio, G. Celestini, D. Colafranceschi, G. Donin, V. Gioffré, V. Morabito, A. Villari, "No" landscapes. The strait of Messina; SESSION 2 - CATASTROPHIC EVENTS AND LANDSCAPE CHANGE - G. Bombino, V. Gioffré, Regeneration of "fiumaras" landscapes in urban context - S. Egoz, R. Merhav, Ruins of the past in the present and future - C. Micheletti, C. Micheletti, L. Ponticelli, Stelvio national park: Saént educational area - K. Shannon, A Resilient Landscape? Bangladesh's Sundarbans - V. Veschambre, Ruines du camp d'internement de Tsiganes à Montreuil-Bellay (France); SESSION 3 - PLANTS IN RUINED LANDSCAPES - A. Altieri, I. Rossi Doria, Town-walls restoration of a medieval ruined city: conservation issues of a cultural property versus conservation of the historical image. Ninfa (Latina, Italy), a case study. - M. AtIk, What the Ancient Myths and Ruins Tell us about the Plants in the Mediterranean Landscapes?- Y. Bar-Maor, The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the botanical version - C. Goetcheus, Landscapes/traditions of African-American communities in Charleston County, South Carolina - V. G. Gramegna, Places and Ruins - G. Paola, G. Distefano, F. Bulgarelli, L. Gervasini, The flora survey applied to the vegetation management in archaeological sites of Liguria; SESSION 4 - ARCHAEOLOGICAL LANDSCAPES - D. Altay, Does "Tumulus" Create a "Fissure" in the Urban Environments? Or? - M. AtIk, R. Erdogan, H. Mutlu Danaci, Living culture of Lykian Landscape: Rock Tombs of Turkish Mediterranean - G. Barbera, M. Ala, L. Scuderi, The recovery of the buhayra of the Favara in the Conca d'oro of Palermo and the vegetation in the area of Zeus's temple in the Valley of the Temples in Agrigento -E. M. Bennis, Let it Perish...Landscapes in Change - I. Blagojevic, Roman limes, as an archaeological monument and as a part of landscape: case study Serbia - D. Bruns, N. Karadeniz, Atlantis or Phoenix - strategies for delta landscapes - E. Cereghini, The pictoresque park of Méréville (Essonne, France): an archaeological paradox - J. H. Choi, The Royal Tombs on Joseon Dynasty in South Korea: Its Heritage Value and Planning for Preservation - M. Cowell, Ruins and Restoration in the English Landscape Garden and Landscape Architectural Education - F. Di Carlo, Suburban landscapes in Rome - Archaeological landscapes and\or derelict places - R. Erdogan, V. Ortaçesme, S. Mansuroglu, M. AtIk, Ecologycal restoration of waste landfill site: the case study Antalya - U. E. Erol, Where does landscape architecture fit in protecting the world heritage: a Case Study of an Open Historical Space next to Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, Turkey - A. Firnigl, Reconstruction possibilities of the ancient roman villas in Pannonia - D. Gaová, Restoration and conservation of devastated historic parks - methodics and implementation of planning legislation - A. Ghersi, Archaeological rejected landscapes: Ligurian cases - R. Hassan, K. Jørgensen, 3D-history in gardens and landscape - M. Kaczyñska, Spatial development analyses as a tool for landscape valorization. Example of Wilanow complex - K. Kristiánová - I. Belcáková, J. Pohanicová, Calvaries in Slovak landscape - Places rejected and reinvented - T. Matteini, Designing time - M. A. Papapietro, Project for industrial heritage landscape protection in Andalusia - R. Stiles, M. Döring-Williams, Interpreting Iconic Ionian Sites - M. Sundli Tveit, G. JerpÃ¥sen, Visual and archaeological landscape analysis in the urban fringe - R. van Etteger, The beauty of time passing by; SESSION 5 - IDENTIFICATION OF KEY NEEDS IN THE EDUCATION OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE DISCIPLINE - B. Belanger, Ruins and Potential: Deciphering Landscape Sites - C. Chomarat-Ruiz, What is a Doctorate concerning landscape? - Y. Dahlman, S. Sandqvist, To explore design processes - D. Damyanovic, A. Roither, G. Schneider, Teaching Gender Equality and Sustainability in Landscape Architecture and Landscape Planninig - C. Dee, The Aesthetics of Thrift: How an education in material landscape craft unites art, ethics and utility - T. Delshammar, External partnerships as a teaching resource - P. Donadieu, Où vont les formations des architectes paysagistes? Du paysagisme jardiniste au paysagisme de géo-médiation - N. Dong, F. Mo, Communication with Garden Heritages: Traditional Character Culture in Contemporary Landscape Education of China - M. Freire, Landscape design - Theory in landscape architecture. Teaching experiments in the University of Ãvora - A. A. Ghanimeh, Landscape Architecture in the university education. The experience of the students of Architecture in Jordan - R. Johansson, S. Sandqvist, The 'crit` as a learning experience - J. Koh, Shifting core and slipping foundation: an uncertain future for landscape architecture in European universities - L. Leinská, Creative individuality of teacher - core pillar for landscape architecture education - U. Nothhelfer, Cognitive, affective and kinaesthetic demands in landscape architecture education - P. Roncken, Research by Design: A Bachelor Design Method for Landscape Architecture students - S. Schöbel, D. Czechowski, Rescaling Landscape Architecture - J. Stuart Murray, How Useful are the Concepts of Erasure, Origination, Transformation and Migration in Teaching?- M. Urtane, From Landscape to Lifescape; List of posters; List of authorsshow more

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  • Mixed media product | 176 pages
  • Alinea
  • Firenze, Italy
  • English
  • 8860554187
  • 9788860554185