In the north-east of Italy the sites of the Cold War represent an excellent opportunity to enhance the landscapes and cultures of the places where they are located. By their nature these sites were part of an international and intercontinental technological and military context. Gathering theoretical insights and design practice for the enhancement of these important sites, this book collects different international experiences around the theme of the reuse and architectural design of recently abandoned military areas to try to awaken attention to these important territorial signs that are in danger of disappearing.
Preface by: Giorgio Bertanza
Contributions by: Barbara Angi, Alberto Arenghi, Mariachiara Bonetti, Simona Bravaglieri, Federico Camerin, Carlotta Coccoli, Annette Condello, Silvia Dalzero, Pedro García Martínez, Olivia Longo, Nathaniel Quincy Belcher, Paolo Vincenzo Romeo, Salvatore Rugino, Virginia Sgobba, Davide Sigurtà, Deyala Tarawneh, José Vela Castillo