This work describes an applied research related to the production of an Dynamic Atlas as an “organized form of knowledge” aimed at enhancing of the landscape. The object of the research is the city of Rome in the frame of its territory, as far as administration and culture are concerned. The topic of the research is the landscape, as a synthesis of the Nature and Anthropization significances from the point of view of the Actuality and the History. The main goal of the study will consist in testing an exportable and shareable methodology, suitable to document architectures and sites. This methodology will be in compliance with the principles of the European Convention on Landscape, that are also involving the immaterial heritage. The research output will be a Digital Platform (DP) useful in managing the data set to be triggered in supporting the design of ‘urban museum itineraries’ for selected sites. These itineraries set up by the Information Computing Technology (ICT) will be achieved to support both the heritage fruition “on site” and “on line”. The DP will organize a knowledge data set as required basis for an Atlas to be continuously updated, suggesting solutions aimed at virtuous using the territory by means of specific unpublished cartographic synthesis
Pugliano, A. (2019). Design and experimentation of a Dynamic Atlas for historical knowledge and landscape planning.. In World Heritage and Legacy. Culture, Creativity, Contamination. XVII International Forum 'Le vie dei Mercanti'. (pp.983-992). ROMA : GANGEMI EDITORE INTERNATIONAL.