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Nuovi paesaggi e aree minerarie dismesse

  • Ilaria Burzi,

This work discusses the processes and dynamics of the landscapes of the mining industry, of the degraded areas, and of their possibilities for redevelopment through the creation of "new landscapes". The case of abandoned mining areas is seen in the context of the three phases of landscape transformation (previous, contemporary and subsequent to the mining activity), and in the context of the expanse of the regions affected by the phenomenon. The latter led to the hypothesis that the territory enhancement project should be placed within a complex system, whose main features are widespread interventions involving and intercepting both new and consolidated landscape networks.

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Ilaria Burzi

University of Florence, Italy

Ilaria Burzi graduated in Architecture at the University of Florence, and her degree thesis was awarded the “Parco Museo Quinto Martini” Prize by the city of Carmignano. She is a PhD in Landscape Design and carries out research on the landscapes of abandoned mining areas.
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Book Title

Nuovi paesaggi e aree minerarie dismesse

Authors

Ilaria Burzi

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Publication Year

2013

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© 2013 Author(s)

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CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 IT

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Firenze University Press

DOI

10.36253/978-88-6655-495-0

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978-88-6655-495-0

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978-88-9273-489-0

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Premio Ricerca «Città di Firenze»

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2705-0289

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2705-0297

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