This article explores the ongoing transformation process affecting the agricultural and energy landscape. The complexity of the landscape (natural and artificial) in which we live, calls for urgent reflection on how to achieve effective integration between vegetation and the built environment. The landscape has always been subject to mutation. Man and the consequences of his actions have often been the trigger for it. Today we are in a necessary transition phase, especially from an energy point of view. The landscape will change again and this time more quickly because of the urgency imposed by the new policies implemented (European Green Deal, NRRP, etc.). The article emphasises the indispensable process of formal co-evolution between architectural or built elements and agrarian vegetation to guide research into the problems of future agricultural territories, which must be guided by a new and conscious relationship between architectural forms and plant form.

Eterno, F. (2022). Future rural landscapes : the necessary co-evolution between agricultural landscape and energy landscape. In F. Scalisi, C. Sposito, G. De Giovanni (a cura di), On sustainable built environment : between connections and greenery (pp. 68-83). Palermo : Palermo University Press [10.19229/978-88-5509-446-7/742022].

Future rural landscapes : the necessary co-evolution between agricultural landscape and energy landscape

Eterno, Floriana
2022-09-01

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This article explores the ongoing transformation process affecting the agricultural and energy landscape. The complexity of the landscape (natural and artificial) in which we live, calls for urgent reflection on how to achieve effective integration between vegetation and the built environment. The landscape has always been subject to mutation. Man and the consequences of his actions have often been the trigger for it. Today we are in a necessary transition phase, especially from an energy point of view. The landscape will change again and this time more quickly because of the urgency imposed by the new policies implemented (European Green Deal, NRRP, etc.). The article emphasises the indispensable process of formal co-evolution between architectural or built elements and agrarian vegetation to guide research into the problems of future agricultural territories, which must be guided by a new and conscious relationship between architectural forms and plant form.
Settore ICAR/14 - Composizione Architettonica E Urbana
Settore ICAR/15 - Architettura Del Paesaggio
https://unipapress.com/book/on-sustainable-built-environment-beetwwn-connections-and-greenery/
Eterno, F. (2022). Future rural landscapes : the necessary co-evolution between agricultural landscape and energy landscape. In F. Scalisi, C. Sposito, G. De Giovanni (a cura di), On sustainable built environment : between connections and greenery (pp. 68-83). Palermo : Palermo University Press [10.19229/978-88-5509-446-7/742022].
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