Nowadays, the protection in situ, the enhancement and the fruition of archaeological sites are issues that are even more relevant, if we take into account the effects caused, in recent decades, by climate change both on the conservation of the most fragile artefacts and on the well-being of visitors. New questions related to the ‘recover of identity’ are raised by the relationships that the protection interventions establish with the environmental context (external) and with the ancient ruins (internal), imposing an interpretation of the project as a union of landscape, morphological, climatic, technical, use and management aspects, or by requiring a holistic and integrated approach, from a disciplinary point of view, and systemic, from a technical point of view. Without wishing to provide a set of predefined solutions, the contribution presents some innovative and reliable protection systems with a paradigmatic and exemplary character for architectural and construction quality, flexibility and adaptability of the space, energy and environmental performance, so that they can be a stimulus for areas of research and experimentation in specific archaeological sites.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Resilience between Mitigation and Adaptation|
|Numero di pagine||28|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2020|
|Nome||PROJECT. ESSAYS AND RESEARCHES|