Recupero delle ex Officine Ducrot, oggi Cantieri culturali alla Zisa a Palermo

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Abstract

[automatically translated] The steady increase in the populations of large cities, has led municipalities to find, often in a more or less disorderly, new building areas designed especially for residential construction. This activity has led to soventemente incorporate, within cities, special facilities such as prisons, fruit and vegetable markets, fish markets, industrial clusters, etc. Specifically, industrial activity, as a result of prudent planning, have often abandoned the ancient sites, and moved to modern industrial areas and suitably equipped. Memory, examining the "Officine Ducrot", made at the end of the nineteenth century in Palermo, wants to highlight how a proper "political" action on the heritage of industrial archeology, new functions can the sites making them accessible, allowing a re-appropriation by the company and, at the same time, make sure that they can become a source of cultural and economic development of the territory. To achieve this we must set itself the goal of offering, ladders and equipment that allow fully enjoyment to all, respecting the environment
Original languageItalian
Pages220-226
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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