Vol. 9 No. 1-2 (2011)
paesaggi in gioco (First series)

Paesaggi rurali sardi tra diversità biologiche e mixité urbana

Published 2015-11-03


  • rural landscape,
  • biodiversity,
  • urbanity,
  • agrosystems,
  • historic landscape

How to Cite

Dessì, A. (2015). Paesaggi rurali sardi tra diversità biologiche e mixité urbana. Ri-Vista. Research for Landscape Architecture, 9(1-2), 107–114. https://doi.org/10.13128/RV-17294


Today, an insight into rural landscapes offers the peculiar opportunity of matching together a twofold conception of landscape. On the one hand we have the landscape meant as an always cultural fact (Roger A. 1996) – that is, a landscape deeply related to the customs and habitus established between communities and territory. On the other, we have a conception of landscape conceived as an always ecological and ecosystem fact, deeply rotted in the current issue about the relationship between biodiversity and human action. Although a differentiation between local landscapes’ structures and forms is increasingly more difficult to be found, it seems indispensable a rediscovery of those peculiar features that characterize historic rural landscapes in order to make projectual actions on the territory more specific and sustainable, and thus not only targeted to productive purposes.


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