"1981/2021 Giardini storici. Esperienze, ricerca, prospettive, a 40 anni dalle Carte di Firenze". Considering historic gardens as outdoor museums, it becomes necessary a technological adaptation in order to open them to a wider public in full safety conditions during night time, and preserving their frail substance and cultural message. The lighting design can turn the satisfaction of specific functional requirements into an innovative tool for enhancing a garden and communicate its own history, but only if the design process is wisely managed and aware of the place identity. Through the presentation of a project developed for the garden of Palazzo La Marmora in Biella, the contribution intends to illustrate the narrative and evocative potential of light. Despite its small size, this historic garden expresses the transition from a baroque regular design to more organic forms of the nineteenth-century landscape. The search for the nature of the place has shaped the design intentions, highlighting how artificial light can be an adaptable and effective tool to enhance the mutability of the garden.

Comunicazione e valorizzazione delle architetture vegetali: il progetto della luce nei giardini storici / Naretto, Monica; Piccablotto, Gabriele; Taraglio, Rossella; Valetti, Lodovica. - In: RESTAURO ARCHEOLOGICO. - ISSN 1724-9686. - STAMPA. - Special Issue 2021 (Guest Editors S. Caccia Gherardini, M.A. Giusti, C. Santini):2/2021 Special Issue "1981/2021 Giardini storici. Esperienze, ricerca, prospettive, a 40 anni dalle Carte di Firenze"(2021), pp. 74-79.

Comunicazione e valorizzazione delle architetture vegetali: il progetto della luce nei giardini storici

Naretto, Monica;Piccablotto, Gabriele;Taraglio, Rossella;Valetti, Lodovica
2021

Abstract

"1981/2021 Giardini storici. Esperienze, ricerca, prospettive, a 40 anni dalle Carte di Firenze". Considering historic gardens as outdoor museums, it becomes necessary a technological adaptation in order to open them to a wider public in full safety conditions during night time, and preserving their frail substance and cultural message. The lighting design can turn the satisfaction of specific functional requirements into an innovative tool for enhancing a garden and communicate its own history, but only if the design process is wisely managed and aware of the place identity. Through the presentation of a project developed for the garden of Palazzo La Marmora in Biella, the contribution intends to illustrate the narrative and evocative potential of light. Despite its small size, this historic garden expresses the transition from a baroque regular design to more organic forms of the nineteenth-century landscape. The search for the nature of the place has shaped the design intentions, highlighting how artificial light can be an adaptable and effective tool to enhance the mutability of the garden.
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