University of West Bohemia
Creative Drivers for Sustainable Living Heritage Landscapes
The practice of writing over papyrus by scraping existing text, re-smoothing the surface and writing the new text is reminiscent of the vision of landscape as a living heritage shaped and re-shaped by the interactions of human beings with their territories. The EU-funded PALIMPSEST project will work on those interactions in three European sites, Milano, Jerez de la Frontera and Łódź, three landscapes called to face significant environmental challenges. PALIMPSEST will trigger co-creation processes to imagine new scenarios and experiment with innovative initiatives combining human actions, creative practices, heritage landscape and sustainability goals. PALIMPSEST is coordinated by the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies of Politecnico di Milano.
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