The relationship between man and garden has always changed over time and place. In Europe, in Italy and especially in Palermo is interesting to analyze how this relation has been developed and how it has influenced the role of the garden in the city, over the centuries. In European culture the concept of "garden" is a common etymological root from the Latin of the Middle Ages Gardinium. This referred to an enclosed, walled, evolution of Roman to medieval hortus conclusus gardinus place and permanence testified typological architecture perimeter porch also present in the cloister of the monastery.

Lotta, F., Schilleci, F. (2013). El diseño del «verde» en el planeamiento del siglo XIX y en Palermo. PROYECTO Y CIUDAD, 04(4), 33-48.

El diseño del «verde» en el planeamiento del siglo XIX y en Palermo

LOTTA, Francesca;SCHILLECI, Filippo
2013

Abstract

The relationship between man and garden has always changed over time and place. In Europe, in Italy and especially in Palermo is interesting to analyze how this relation has been developed and how it has influenced the role of the garden in the city, over the centuries. In European culture the concept of "garden" is a common etymological root from the Latin of the Middle Ages Gardinium. This referred to an enclosed, walled, evolution of Roman to medieval hortus conclusus gardinus place and permanence testified typological architecture perimeter porch also present in the cloister of the monastery.
Settore ICAR/21 - Urbanistica
Lotta, F., Schilleci, F. (2013). El diseño del «verde» en el planeamiento del siglo XIX y en Palermo. PROYECTO Y CIUDAD, 04(4), 33-48.
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