The industrial archeology of Nébida is a presence that over time has taken on the strength of an extraordinary icon of the entire coastal-mining landscape of Sulcis, south-western region of Sardinia. The programs for the recovery, enhancement and revitalization of the Sulcis mining ports and landings, represent an occasion of rethinking in an evolutionary sense the model of growth and development of the territory. Among them, the complex constituted by the laveria Lamarmora and by the coastal landing in Nébida are one of the most emblematic and distinctive nodes. This communication describes the outcome of a design research anchored to the historical knowledge of places.

The coastal-mining landscape of Sulcis in Sardinia. The ruins of the landing and of the laveria Lamarmora of Nébida, perspectives of preservation and reuse

cherchi pier francesco
2019

Abstract

The industrial archeology of Nébida is a presence that over time has taken on the strength of an extraordinary icon of the entire coastal-mining landscape of Sulcis, south-western region of Sardinia. The programs for the recovery, enhancement and revitalization of the Sulcis mining ports and landings, represent an occasion of rethinking in an evolutionary sense the model of growth and development of the territory. Among them, the complex constituted by the laveria Lamarmora and by the coastal landing in Nébida are one of the most emblematic and distinctive nodes. This communication describes the outcome of a design research anchored to the historical knowledge of places.
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Coastal-mining landscape, industrial archeology, preservation, reuse, design research.
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