IL PATRIMONIO COSTRUITO DEI CENTRI MINORI: INDICATORI PER L’ANALISI DELLE VALENZE STORICO-ARCHITETTONICHE

Emanuela D’Andria, Pierfrancesco Fiore, Antonio Nesticò

Abstract


The small municipalities are characterized by a valuable material and immaterial heritage, evidence of identity memories and traditions. Over time, migration flows have led these realities to a gradual marginalization and demographic contraction. So that, nowadays, there are many initiatives aimed at contrasting their depopulation. The shared idea sees the valorisation of small towns as an essential action to mend the city-countryside relationship in view of the sustainable development of territories. The importance of adopting organic strategies for the recovery of small municipalities is recognized. Thus, with the aim of providing objective parameters for consistent decisions on the most effective valorisation strategies, criteria and sub-criteria are defined for the multi-criteria evaluation of investment projects. The focus is on indicators of historical-architectural value of the built heritage, so as to provide a reference panel.


Keywords


Small towns, Recovery and valorisation, Multicriteria analysis, Historic-architectural components, Investment projects, Sustainable development

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