The paper aims to provide a report of the investigation and design activities which were carried out in the Apennine ridge of Umbria in collaboration with the Landscape Design department of the Vienna Polytechnic. The research found concrete realization in some landscape interventions and aspired to indicate different perspectives on landscape exploration practices in marginal and peripheral contexts.The contribution will focus both on the didactic experience of walking through the landscape and on the report of the project results. Walking is seen here as a perceptive and creative act, as a fluid practice that helps to recognize the characteristics of a territory and to enhance them through minimal interventions.
|Numero di pagine||4|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|