The direct and indirect consequences of climate change and its repercussions on man and the environment are a cherished theme in the field of architectural composition; human designed settlements have always been confronted with the changing conditions of the environmental context. Defined as a 'special watchdog', the Mediterranean Sea is de facto, the place where climate change is evolving most rapidly and where impacts will intensify in the near future. The force of the changing issues of climate change is to highlight - once again - the indissoluble relationship between man and the environment, the existence of very long-term processes, the responsibility and the impact of human human choices on the environment and consequently on the functioning and well-being of communities. Since it is not possible to eradicate the causes of climate change, it is necessary to at least attempt to address its consequences in time. This task falls to architecture, bearing in mind not only the results produced by the use of new high-tech technological components or the adaptation to 'sustainable' passive systems - recurring throughout the throughout the Italian peninsula, regardless of the region to which it belongs - but above all the way in which the discretisation of mitigating elements of mitigating elements within the architectural project.

Scozzari, M. (2023). Portico, peristilio e ombracolo. Forme di resistenza tra gli spazi di transizione mediterranei. CASALEZZA, 12, 50-53.

Portico, peristilio e ombracolo. Forme di resistenza tra gli spazi di transizione mediterranei

Scozzari, Martina
2023-01-01

Abstract

The direct and indirect consequences of climate change and its repercussions on man and the environment are a cherished theme in the field of architectural composition; human designed settlements have always been confronted with the changing conditions of the environmental context. Defined as a 'special watchdog', the Mediterranean Sea is de facto, the place where climate change is evolving most rapidly and where impacts will intensify in the near future. The force of the changing issues of climate change is to highlight - once again - the indissoluble relationship between man and the environment, the existence of very long-term processes, the responsibility and the impact of human human choices on the environment and consequently on the functioning and well-being of communities. Since it is not possible to eradicate the causes of climate change, it is necessary to at least attempt to address its consequences in time. This task falls to architecture, bearing in mind not only the results produced by the use of new high-tech technological components or the adaptation to 'sustainable' passive systems - recurring throughout the throughout the Italian peninsula, regardless of the region to which it belongs - but above all the way in which the discretisation of mitigating elements of mitigating elements within the architectural project.
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