The planning choices have to be addressed towards a conservatory process that has as a final objective to define a sequence of operations finalised to preserve an “artefact” of particular historical and artistic interest.The planner plays a relevant role for the definition of a possible innovative strategy on the restauration and re-functionalization which will act as mediator between the social/contextual and those technical/conservative and economical necessities.It is important to remember that the conservative restauration concept is complex and controversial.Here we'll start reasserting that such process is represented through certain concepts that describe them and make them visible.To recover an ancient asset means to make it available again, even if it will have a different function compared to that it was made for.A safeguarded asset contributes to revitalize a territory and it is fundamental to re-innovate and develop the competitiveness of a place with belonging's relationships between the objects and their consumers.Therefore every location, every city has the capability to make itself visible, to put itself forward starting from the recovered asset. But if everyone has the same possibility of showing works of coherent conservation with the location, the planner has to show this, to the eye of the audience, as a unique and inimitable location.A challenge that could probably reveal itself easier for those who already enjoy this acquired fame, for example in the Unesco sites list, but in a very competitive “market” it needs to take out the best part and play the right card. Interactions and, then, the service/function is what it is planned (the service/function is in facts mainly an interaction system).In this new operative picture, the conservative process is conceived and then perceived as the real service/function: the material dimension of an hybrid interactive system. It is at this point that the conservation process meet an important ally: the service/function.Relations to be researched, so that the system will convey at best all its components, are: economical: the conservation project is a resource for the investors; environmental: the conservation project is a set of elements that take into consideration several indicators like the cultural identity, the quality of life, the locations liveableness.A concrete transformation that with the conservation look at the location like something that “could be something else”.The conservation process finds its implementation in the employment of innovative technologies, in other words procedures belongings to the project fields, between architecture and design, which through advanced and material constructive systems is capable to match, with suitable solutions, the fruition and valorization needs to “rediscover” an asset in the reality that surround us.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Architecture and innovation for heritage|
|Numero di pagine||12|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2011|