The vast hilly and mountainous area of the Marche affected by earthquakes between August 2016 and January 2017 represents an important case study concerning both a population's sense of displacement after a disaster and the role of landscape in the recreation of a sense of community. The massively damaged territory is also characterised by a vulnerable internal landscape defined by small settlements presenting an accelerated depopulation trend and left with the need to begin to imagine a future. Though the construction of temporary housing and services allowed the local population to gradually return to their everyday lives, economic reactivation is essential and tourism is seen as one of the strategies to adopt. The paper analyses the role of post-disaster landscape planning and design in two main contexts which link people to places with temporary living spaces and new tourism experiences. Our research confirms how landscape planning and design could become a strategy for social and spatial reconstruction returning a revitalised territory with new references to the population.

Gabbianelli, A., Cipolletti, S. (2021). THE POST-DISASTER TEMPORARY LANDSCAPE. Reflecting on housing and tourism practices in the crater of Central Italy. In S.M. Gerundo Carlo (a cura di), Sustainable Mediterranean Construction Land Culture, Research and Technology: Landscape at Risk vol. 2 (pp. 16-19). Napoli : Luciano Editore.

THE POST-DISASTER TEMPORARY LANDSCAPE. Reflecting on housing and tourism practices in the crater of Central Italy

Alessandro Gabbianelli;
2021

Abstract

The vast hilly and mountainous area of the Marche affected by earthquakes between August 2016 and January 2017 represents an important case study concerning both a population's sense of displacement after a disaster and the role of landscape in the recreation of a sense of community. The massively damaged territory is also characterised by a vulnerable internal landscape defined by small settlements presenting an accelerated depopulation trend and left with the need to begin to imagine a future. Though the construction of temporary housing and services allowed the local population to gradually return to their everyday lives, economic reactivation is essential and tourism is seen as one of the strategies to adopt. The paper analyses the role of post-disaster landscape planning and design in two main contexts which link people to places with temporary living spaces and new tourism experiences. Our research confirms how landscape planning and design could become a strategy for social and spatial reconstruction returning a revitalised territory with new references to the population.
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Gabbianelli, A., Cipolletti, S. (2021). THE POST-DISASTER TEMPORARY LANDSCAPE. Reflecting on housing and tourism practices in the crater of Central Italy. In S.M. Gerundo Carlo (a cura di), Sustainable Mediterranean Construction Land Culture, Research and Technology: Landscape at Risk vol. 2 (pp. 16-19). Napoli : Luciano Editore.
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