An island is a fragile territory by definition: separated and dependent on the mainland, limited in resources and accessibility, subject to natural events. In Ischia, these conditions are associated with seismic vulnerability and anthropic exploitation, with a gradual deterioration of building quality, complicit in widespread abusiveness. Even mobility is collapsing, burdened by increasing vehicular density and summer visitor pressure. A framework that highlights how the fragility of Ischia is associated with the fragility of territorial systems (environmental, settlement, mobility, services). Conditions that force the island government to adopt restrictive and temporary palliative measures. Looking to the future, towards new scenarios, cannot fail to consider this condition of "multiple fragilities" as the interpretative and operational basis of every design proposal. Looking at other disciplines to investigate the reasons - the practices, the functioning, the economies – that produce and modify places and artificial landscapes. Thus four imperative issues emerge and become the theme of the project: environmental risks, human pressure, mobility, energy. Structural and widespread reflections throughout the island's territory and punctual transformative investigations in some specific places try to avoid a self-referential practice of architectural design in order to measure themselves, instead, with attention to reality and concreteness in acting, on the spatial consequences generated by the common use of the territory.

Ischia. Fragilità Molteplici. Scenari Futuri / Crotti, Massimo; Gomes, SANTIAGO EMANUEL; Tonti, Ilaria - In: Villard: 20. In fragilia. Reconstructing through the waters of Ischia / Galante P., Di Costanzo M.L.. - STAMPA. - Sesto San Giovanni : Mimesis Edizioni, 2022. - ISBN 9788857587165. - pp. 246-253

Ischia. Fragilità Molteplici. Scenari Futuri

Massimo Crotti;Santiago Gomes;Ilaria Tonti
2022

Abstract

An island is a fragile territory by definition: separated and dependent on the mainland, limited in resources and accessibility, subject to natural events. In Ischia, these conditions are associated with seismic vulnerability and anthropic exploitation, with a gradual deterioration of building quality, complicit in widespread abusiveness. Even mobility is collapsing, burdened by increasing vehicular density and summer visitor pressure. A framework that highlights how the fragility of Ischia is associated with the fragility of territorial systems (environmental, settlement, mobility, services). Conditions that force the island government to adopt restrictive and temporary palliative measures. Looking to the future, towards new scenarios, cannot fail to consider this condition of "multiple fragilities" as the interpretative and operational basis of every design proposal. Looking at other disciplines to investigate the reasons - the practices, the functioning, the economies – that produce and modify places and artificial landscapes. Thus four imperative issues emerge and become the theme of the project: environmental risks, human pressure, mobility, energy. Structural and widespread reflections throughout the island's territory and punctual transformative investigations in some specific places try to avoid a self-referential practice of architectural design in order to measure themselves, instead, with attention to reality and concreteness in acting, on the spatial consequences generated by the common use of the territory.
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Villard: 20. In fragilia. Reconstructing through the waters of Ischia
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