LA RESILIENZA DELL’ARCO LATINO: ANALISI CINESTETICA DELLA RELAZIONE PORTO-CITTÀ

Elisabetta Maria Venco, Massimo Corsico

Abstract


Over the centuries, society has considered the sea as a fundamental resource for the establishment and expansion of urban settlements and trades and the definition of their identity. Port and city systems are historically strongly but differently linked: the strength of these links depends on local and global circumstances, and challenges. Authors focus on the Mediterranean dimension of European coastal cities, and in particular on the macro region of Arco Latino: a complex system with socio-cultural, economic and ecological environments dynamically interrelated. The presented kinesthetic, perceptual and qualitative analysis underlines the peculiarities (as “fixed elements”) that have triggered and continue to fuel the dynamism and the adaptability of places and communities in Arco Latino. Moreover, the research aims to understand the relationship and the degree of (inter-) dependence between the peculiarities of Arco Latino and the characteristics that a port system must develop to reach the goal of resilience. The paper is a general overview of Arco Latino and it is intended as starting point for further in-depth researches.

 

DOI: http://dx.medra.org/10.19254/LaborEst.16.03


Keywords


Tangible and Intangible Heritage and Identity; Infrastructure; landscape

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