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Abstract Landscape heritage is frequently contested as perspectives on heritage and landscape may vary across stakeholders. The present article makes a novel contribution by examining pathways to landscape heritage contestation. We propose a distinction between (a) heritage as object in...
Abstract The article investigates the difficult and controversial landscape of Taranto, a recently industrialised city of southern Italy, which in the last 70 years has undergone dramatic changes. We analyse what the landscape is in material, cultural, and symbolic terms, what it does, and what...
Abstract The need to better care for the urban landscape as a cultural, material and regenerative resource is urgent and inevitable. From a planning and design perspective, national heritage characterisation tools currently constitute an explicit point of departure for attributing value to...
Abstract Water structures are sites of collective memory and have a vital role in providing ecosystem services in India. An alternative model of water sensitive urban design based upon the conceptual framework of regenerative urbanism is proposed in Ayodhya, a pilgrim town in Northern India....
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