To the south-west of Palermo, along the north-east belt of Carinimarked by Mount Colombrina and crossed by thestreamGugliotta, a wide area called Piano Tavola stretches betweencity and countryside. Its margins are given by the suburbanvolumes standing along corso Italia (west), the olive grove underPizzo Castellaccio (east), villa Dominici (north-east), theindustrial area and the railway (north), and the quarry inManostalla locality (south-east). It is evident the pressure of thebuildings on the olive grove and countryside, the presence ofroads that close and isolate the district, and the lack of continuitybetween open spaces and built areas. The reorganization of theroad network and the definition of a possible "shape" of thecountryside, are planned in order to envisage new relationshipsbetween built areas/countryside and the natural environmentconnected to the stream Gugliotta.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Costruire la seconda natura|
|Numero di pagine||6|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2014|
|Nome||T+A TERRITORI DI ARCHITETTURA|