Intheculturalcontextofthe1960sthePlanfortheSorrentoandAmalfi peninsula, drafted by Roberto Pane and Luigi Piccinato, highlights an advanced vision of landscape protection and enhancement as a system of tangible and intangible heritage, overcoming the preservation of single monuments at that time. This vision embeds the role of the agricultural landscape, not only as a crown to the urban center, but as a place of co-construction and co-evolution with the city. The Plan offers a unique perspective through the lens of heritage. Starting from the Neapolitan cultural context of the 60’ in which the Plan took shape, we present the two main protagonists of the Plan’s construction with the other key figures that contributed to its contents. Then we describe the tentative drafts approaching the approved version in 1987 and the Plan’s fundamental features, focusing on three aspects considered significant and innovative: the landscape system, the role of farmers in landscape management and the landscape restoration interventions. The conclusion reflects on the contemporary lesson provided by the Plan in terms of landscape safeguarding, dynamic conservation and co-construction.

City and Countryside: A Historical Landscape System to Enhance. The Case of the Territorial Plan of Sorrento-Amalfi Peninsula by Roberto Pane and Luigi Piccinato, 1968–1987

Paola Branduini;
2022-01-01

Abstract

Intheculturalcontextofthe1960sthePlanfortheSorrentoandAmalfi peninsula, drafted by Roberto Pane and Luigi Piccinato, highlights an advanced vision of landscape protection and enhancement as a system of tangible and intangible heritage, overcoming the preservation of single monuments at that time. This vision embeds the role of the agricultural landscape, not only as a crown to the urban center, but as a place of co-construction and co-evolution with the city. The Plan offers a unique perspective through the lens of heritage. Starting from the Neapolitan cultural context of the 60’ in which the Plan took shape, we present the two main protagonists of the Plan’s construction with the other key figures that contributed to its contents. Then we describe the tentative drafts approaching the approved version in 1987 and the Plan’s fundamental features, focusing on three aspects considered significant and innovative: the landscape system, the role of farmers in landscape management and the landscape restoration interventions. The conclusion reflects on the contemporary lesson provided by the Plan in terms of landscape safeguarding, dynamic conservation and co-construction.
Re-Imagining Resilient Productive Landscapes. Perspectives from Planning History
978-3-030-90444-9
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cultural heritage
Preservation
Landscape system
Landscape justice
Rural architecture
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