In this paper the concept of “hybrid” landscape is expressed through the image of “urban” landscape due to its feature of contamination of ancient spaces with modern ones. In long-life cities, the encounter with ancient remains, which represent traces of many faces of the cities preserved in the subsoil, frequently occurs. There were several approaches to the management of these evidences, to their knowledge, protection and enhancement; however, it is necessary to focus on the double perspective of contamination, meaning the interpenetration between the space of the ancient and the present, but also the connection between the citizen and the city and historical identity. A classic example of a correct dialogue between archaeology, growth and urban development is the city of Naples. The Urban Archaeological Park of Naples offers food for thought on the concepts of sustainability and participative enhancement: through these ideas, the ancient remains are inserted into urban fabric in a harmonious way and the risk of dereliction and the feeling of misunderstanding, that is more damaging, are averted. At last, the paper aims to show how this contamination, both spatial and temporal, is also historical and cultural in favor of the Communities, thanks to the application of ICT and the philosophy of Smart Culture.

Le città “non visibili”. Napoli, il progetto PAUN e le contaminazioni di idee, spazi, tempi e persone lungo le linee della metropolitana: esperienze a confronto

Daniela Musmeci
2021

Abstract

In this paper the concept of “hybrid” landscape is expressed through the image of “urban” landscape due to its feature of contamination of ancient spaces with modern ones. In long-life cities, the encounter with ancient remains, which represent traces of many faces of the cities preserved in the subsoil, frequently occurs. There were several approaches to the management of these evidences, to their knowledge, protection and enhancement; however, it is necessary to focus on the double perspective of contamination, meaning the interpenetration between the space of the ancient and the present, but also the connection between the citizen and the city and historical identity. A classic example of a correct dialogue between archaeology, growth and urban development is the city of Naples. The Urban Archaeological Park of Naples offers food for thought on the concepts of sustainability and participative enhancement: through these ideas, the ancient remains are inserted into urban fabric in a harmonious way and the risk of dereliction and the feeling of misunderstanding, that is more damaging, are averted. At last, the paper aims to show how this contamination, both spatial and temporal, is also historical and cultural in favor of the Communities, thanks to the application of ICT and the philosophy of Smart Culture.
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