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Lo sguardo territorialista di Leonardo

Il cartografo, l’ingegnere idraulico, il progettista di città e territori
  • Edited by:
  • Daniela Poli,

During the celebrations for Leonardo’s fifth centenary, and under the patronage of their Italian Committee, a “21st century workshop of knowledge” worked eagerly in an interdisciplinary key, ranging on many aspects (from engineering to philosophy of nature, to history of architecture, reading of sources, technical knowledge, project analysis, cartographic interpretation), with the aim of contributing to the advancement of studies on an artist-researcher who synthesized the knowledge of his time in an extraordinary verbal-visual language, pushing them forward with anticipations and intuitions which are still relevant for the contemporary project, interpreting the territory as a common good and a living being. The volume presents the outcomes of this intense work.

  • Keywords:
  • Leonardo da Vinci,
  • territorialist approach,
  • interdisciplinarity,
  • cartography,
  • hydraulic engineering,
  • architecture,
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Daniela Poli

University of Florence, Italy - ORCID: 0000-0002-7465-7713

Daniela Poli, professor and President of the Master’s Degree Programme in Planning at the University of Florence, coordinates research and experiments in Italy and abroad on the bioregional territory project, collaborating with research institutions, public bodies and local communities. She is a founding member of the Territorialist Society, whose journal Scienze del Territorio she founded and directed until 2020. Among her recent books: Formes et figures du projet local (Paris 2018); Rappresentare mondi di vita (Milan 2019).
Parte I. La dimensione poliedrica di Leonardo fra territorio e modernità

Rossano Pazzagli

Il tempo di Leonardo fra territorio e modernità
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pp.37-41


Parte II. Leonardo Cartografo

Margherita Azzari, Camilo Berti, Silvia Leporatti

Il paesaggio di Leonardo. Fonti cartografiche e iconografiche
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pp.63-78


Laura Carnevali, Maria Martone

Il territorio pontino nei disegni di Leonardo da Vinci
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pp.87-93


Parte III. Leonardo ingegnere idraulico
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pp.113-124


Ilaria Nieri, Stefano Pagliara, Michele Palermo

Leonardo da Vinci e il lago di Serravalle
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pp.169-176


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pp.177-187


Parte IV. Leonardo progettista di città e territori

Giuseppina Carla Romby, Claudio Saragosa

Rappresentazioni transcalari, misure e rilievo dello spazio urbano in Leonardo
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pp.199-208


Claudia Candia, Giovanni Cislaghi

Rilievo e progetto urbano negli studi di Leonardo per Milano
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pp.209-221


Francesco Ceccarelli, Pino Montalti

Leonardo in Romagna tra ritratti di città e scienza della guerra
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pp.241-252


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  • Publication Year: 2023
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Book Title

Lo sguardo territorialista di Leonardo

Book Subtitle

Il cartografo, l’ingegnere idraulico, il progettista di città e territori

Editors

Daniela Poli

Peer Reviewed

Number of Pages

270

Publication Year

2023

Copyright Information

© 2023 Author(s)

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CC BY 4.0

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Publisher Name

Firenze University Press

DOI

10.36253/978-88-5518-514-1

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978-88-5518-513-4

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978-88-5518-514-1

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978-88-5518-515-8

Series Title

Territori

Series ISSN

2704-5978

Series E-ISSN

2704-579X

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