The paper is part of a publication concerning the framework of the transformations related to the cities affected by destructive events, namely the outstanding case study of Aleppo. The subject is part of the research of the author that here proposes a comparison with some Chinese practices in destroyed sites. It discusses theoretical, cultural and methodological implications focussing on both troublesome aspects and good practices while extracting some principles and tools between reconstruction and rewriting.

Reconstruction Narratives: Historical Space, Memory and Nostalgia. Three Modes between Preservation and Rewriting in Chinese Built Heritage Practices

laura anna pezzetti
2020

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The paper is part of a publication concerning the framework of the transformations related to the cities affected by destructive events, namely the outstanding case study of Aleppo. The subject is part of the research of the author that here proposes a comparison with some Chinese practices in destroyed sites. It discusses theoretical, cultural and methodological implications focussing on both troublesome aspects and good practices while extracting some principles and tools between reconstruction and rewriting.
Aleppo: The Unique City. Challenges in Revitalising Historic Cities
978-88-6242-345-8
Historic cities, historic space, design narrative, rewriting, memory
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