Vittoria Crisostomi, INU – URBIT

In extra-urban landscapes, increasingly widespread forms of natural areas devastated by man or natural processes are accumulating, then abandoned, where significant changes to the landscapes remain, which reasonably can no longer be traced back to their original forms. There is a need for planning attention to the topic, the theme of which is to establish an “after use” or “after the event” destiny not only as an active component of ecological balance but as a need for the imagination of landscapes never like before but not something yet. Interventions are needed not only in design but in new conditions of use and maintenance, projects of possible functions for development and permanence in the market, which keep them alive. Alternatively, the acceptance of a “third landscape” remains. However, it is necessary to avoid the consolidation of a vision of random forms of the territory, or perennially transient and never concluded, with a destiny very similar to the narrative proposed for years on the peripheries.
Given the particular importance given to the relationships between universities, cities and territories, the most representative topics of the process (cave, xylella, landslides) will be presented by young university students with ongoing research and presentation of the results; will follow the presentation of projects and concrete experiences in progress, the final speech will summarize possible lines of action.


Vittoria Crisostomi, INU – URBIT

– Landscapes of cultivated and discontinued quarries

Recovery projects and interventions following the resignation of quarries. A survey in Europe, methods and results
Maristella Loi, Architect Construction Engineer and Research Fellow at the Polytechnic University of Bari

Le cave di Apricena: da paesaggio rifiutato ad opportunità
Maristella Loi, Architect Construction Engineer and Research Fellow at the Polytechnic University of Bari

Quarries exhausted? An opportunity
Ruggero Martines, Advisor at Municipality ofTivoli

The Carrara quarries. From industrial monoculture…
Francesco Alberti, University of Florence, INU Toscana

…to integrated landscape planning
Fabio Nardini, Town planner, University of Florence

Preparation of a structure for the teaching of prehistoric rock art within a disused marble quarry
Paolo Paolo Emilio Bagnoli, Archaeological group of the Cerite territory

– Landscapes ravaged by xylella

New life for drosscape. Visions and projects of landscape rebirth
Paolo Camilletti, University of Naples, Roma Tre University

The difficult data management of the spread of “xylella fastidiosa” in the Apulian territory
Tina Caroppo, INNOVA Puglia

Superintendence of Puglia: from cultural heritage to territorial project
Maria Piccarreta, Superintendent fine arts archeology and landscape Puglia

Planning landscapes in transition: themes and problems
Francesco Rotondo, UNIVPM, INU Puglia

PUG experience in Presicce Acquarica
Salvatore Mininanni, Town planner, INU Puglia
Paola Viganò, Iuav University of Venice

– Landslides

Fiume Lambro and Fiume Sarno compared: an analysis of flood risk management practices in urban areas
Corinne Vitale, University of Naples

Fiume Sarno basin: a difficult balance between hydrogeological risk mitigation works, resilience and landscape
Giancarlo Chiavazzo, Legambiente Campania

Risk prevention in urban planning, Pago del Vallo di Lauro case
Francesco Domenico Moccia, University of Naples

Rethinking the territory: from Sarno to the reconstruction of central Italy
Stefano Boeri, Polytechnic University of Milan

Stefano Boeri