This dossier opens up an observatory in the magazine Urbanistica aimed to find the Italian production of plans, projects and policies on the landscape. The intention is that to reconnect a track, apparently stopped today, by exposing the works and thoughts of some schools in recent years have continued to revise a position on the Italian reflexive project planning for the landscape. Where does the project of a landscape hide, then? Urban and rural politics and logics are the first to be responsible of new landscapes production, powered by financial laws and community incentives; as well as the spaces corresponding to coastal and mountainous protection places, the landscape infrastructure politics and their consequences on the visible aspects of the landscape In an almost totally built landscape, every new intervention wears away a residual space, stops a horizon, shortens the space between the cities and confusedly fills the only landscape built over the last fifty years, the one of peri-urbanity . But the politics of control in the land use and concentration of settlements are not enough without a more careful study about over-determinations concerning the production of such a space, the experiences but even the desires they satisfy. If we tackle a new idea of landscape and the ideas of nature it presumes it could be useful. The landscape culture we refer to is that of French school, in particular of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Paysage in Versailles, that defined a specific filed of knowledge, born in a multiplicity of knowledge, arts and crafts, intended to define a field of specific competence based on the ancient art of “gardening”, more ancient than agriculture . Competences not directly linked with Architecture and Town Planning, like in Italy, though they are part of both, but they can count on several disciplines that, somehow, concern landscape.

Una cultura per il paesaggio The culture for the landscape, in Mininni M. (a cura di) Il paesaggio per l’urbanistica

MININNI, MARIAVALERIA
2009

Abstract

This dossier opens up an observatory in the magazine Urbanistica aimed to find the Italian production of plans, projects and policies on the landscape. The intention is that to reconnect a track, apparently stopped today, by exposing the works and thoughts of some schools in recent years have continued to revise a position on the Italian reflexive project planning for the landscape. Where does the project of a landscape hide, then? Urban and rural politics and logics are the first to be responsible of new landscapes production, powered by financial laws and community incentives; as well as the spaces corresponding to coastal and mountainous protection places, the landscape infrastructure politics and their consequences on the visible aspects of the landscape In an almost totally built landscape, every new intervention wears away a residual space, stops a horizon, shortens the space between the cities and confusedly fills the only landscape built over the last fifty years, the one of peri-urbanity . But the politics of control in the land use and concentration of settlements are not enough without a more careful study about over-determinations concerning the production of such a space, the experiences but even the desires they satisfy. If we tackle a new idea of landscape and the ideas of nature it presumes it could be useful. The landscape culture we refer to is that of French school, in particular of the Ecole Nationale Supérieure du Paysage in Versailles, that defined a specific filed of knowledge, born in a multiplicity of knowledge, arts and crafts, intended to define a field of specific competence based on the ancient art of “gardening”, more ancient than agriculture . Competences not directly linked with Architecture and Town Planning, like in Italy, though they are part of both, but they can count on several disciplines that, somehow, concern landscape.
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