The topic of this paper starts from the final considerations of the author’s doctoral thesis and develops questions outlined in the conclusions. The thesis on “Light and Archaeology” highlights how, in many cases, the lighting outlines such as finding a material “immaterial other”, to help understanding and enhancing the ancient contexts. In general, it has been demonstrated that combining innovative technologies, light can be used to change the world, to shape cities, as well as architecture and space in general. Light, impalpable material, can turn into concrete matter both in interiors, in archaeological and urban spaces. There is the possibility to obtain the recovery of the memory and the identity of a city, considering to achieve efficiency and effectiveness of the results.
|Numero di pagine||8|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2012|