Our territories carry the marks of their identity, history, extreme poverty and wealth, as well as of their transformations and adjustments. These are the specific features of morphological urban landscape definitions, scars and signs of beauty that can generate emotional states of amusement, admiration and revulsion of those who live in that site. The landscape becomes significant of a widespread presence in that place, identifying a particular vocation, weighty element of the “quality” of life. Today we must be even more adept at knowing how to manage a scientific activity able to think of a landscape, draw it, in order to build it or modify it, managing to establish an intimate relationship of understanding between the creation of an urban landscape and the satisfaction of its future users. In this sense, all the cultural processes aimed at the epistemological interpretation of places, seen in their innermost essence, and the resulting programs oriented to the protection and management of the integral of the common good’s addenda landscape, must contribute synergistically, in sync with the dictates enshrined in the European Landscape Convention, to the definition of a Quality Charter for the Environment which, following a unity of purpose, puts order in the ideational processes for the recognition and preservation of place’s identity.

Endemic and Comparative Analysis of Urban Scenery

LIUZZO, MARIANGELA;GIULIANO, SEBASTIANO;SAVARINO, SALVATORE
2014

Abstract

Our territories carry the marks of their identity, history, extreme poverty and wealth, as well as of their transformations and adjustments. These are the specific features of morphological urban landscape definitions, scars and signs of beauty that can generate emotional states of amusement, admiration and revulsion of those who live in that site. The landscape becomes significant of a widespread presence in that place, identifying a particular vocation, weighty element of the “quality” of life. Today we must be even more adept at knowing how to manage a scientific activity able to think of a landscape, draw it, in order to build it or modify it, managing to establish an intimate relationship of understanding between the creation of an urban landscape and the satisfaction of its future users. In this sense, all the cultural processes aimed at the epistemological interpretation of places, seen in their innermost essence, and the resulting programs oriented to the protection and management of the integral of the common good’s addenda landscape, must contribute synergistically, in sync with the dictates enshrined in the European Landscape Convention, to the definition of a Quality Charter for the Environment which, following a unity of purpose, puts order in the ideational processes for the recognition and preservation of place’s identity.
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