CULTURAL
TERRITORIAL
SYSTEMS
Methodology
and Tools
WHERE ARE WE?
New scenario for Europe
From Luca Bergamo, Culture Action Europe
From Luca Bergamo, Culture Action Europe
From Luca Bergamo, Culture Action Europe
From Luca Bergamo, Culture Action Europe

PARADIGM OF DEVELOPMENT:
ECONOMIC GROWTH, SOCIAL INCLUSION AND THE ENVIRONMENT
Tangible, Intangible and Natural Heritage
is one of the few elements with potential for
economic development
but still fir...
This potential must be
carefully planned and developed
to avoid the loss of identity and functions
to make room for the so...
WHAT MEAND
HERITAGE
RURAL AREAS?
VILLAGES

MINOR HISTORIC CENTRES

Individual UNITS
of settlements that have given birth to
ORIGINAL LANDSCAPE
typical of
a...
TERRITORIAL CULTURAL SYSTEM
Socio-cultural units
within
a territorial network
linked by
CULTURE
history, traditions, and/o...
LINKS

- Culture and Territory
- Local Identity vs
Global Heritage
- Conservation vs
Transformation
- Normative vs
Operati...
WHAT WE NEED TO DO?
LOCAL COMMUNITIES
must lead
based on active participation and
a clear METHODOLOGY
where
diagnostics, specific proposals an...
CULTURAL TERRITORIAL
SYSTEM

It addresses both the physical landscape and the
social landscape (socio-economic) of a given...
CULTURAL TERRITORIAL
SYSTEM

It is a structural process organised by projects.
It identifies in a sort of hierarchy: integ...
CULTURAL TERRITORIAL
SYSTEM

It could be incrementally built by parts that
may each have meaning and functional selfeffica...
CULTURAL TERRITORIAL
SYSTEM

It could be implemented in time
It does not need to be immediately a “final and
complete Plan...
CULTURAL TERRITORIAL
SYSTEM

It is flexible. It is not a plan "hard" and
"normative", but above all works "multiscale
scen...
CULTURAL TERRITORIAL
SYSTEM

It is also flexible in time as it is also
conceived as a process.
It has to be verified throu...
CULTURAL TERRITORIAL
SYSTEM

It is a strategic planning process
(shared, participatory, concerted,
communicative).
CULTURAL TERRITORIAL
SYSTEM

It must be managed ("accompanied" by
public
authorities,
operators
and
associations).
Process of formation of a Integrated
Cultural Territorial Plan
1.- Area Based Approach the landscape (the unit)
VALEA HARTIBACIULUI (ROMANIA)
TAVUSH REGION: DILIJAN AREA (ARMENIA)
CAHUL...
2.- "Atlas of cultural and natural heritage"
as a gathering place, open and implementable, news and
information on the sha...
2.- "Atlas of cultural and natural heritage"

(initial knowledge base)
3.- SCENARIOS of physical and social landscape;
4. Guidelines and rules for the preservation,
enhancement and transformation projects;
5. Operational Programmes and Plans...
Identificarea prioritatilor (50)

Selectie pe domenii (10)
Scopul atelierului de astazi
Selectarea prioritatilor (5)
Detal...
Presentation territorial cultural_systems_Sibiel 18.10.2013
Presentation territorial cultural_systems_Sibiel 18.10.2013
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Presentation territorial cultural_systems_Sibiel 18.10.2013

  1. 1. CULTURAL TERRITORIAL SYSTEMS Methodology and Tools
  2. 2. WHERE ARE WE? New scenario for Europe
  3. 3. From Luca Bergamo, Culture Action Europe
  4. 4. From Luca Bergamo, Culture Action Europe
  5. 5. From Luca Bergamo, Culture Action Europe
  6. 6. From Luca Bergamo, Culture Action Europe PARADIGM OF DEVELOPMENT: ECONOMIC GROWTH, SOCIAL INCLUSION AND THE ENVIRONMENT
  7. 7. Tangible, Intangible and Natural Heritage is one of the few elements with potential for economic development but still firmly tied to places and local populations. Tangible, Intangible and Natural Heritage
  8. 8. This potential must be carefully planned and developed to avoid the loss of identity and functions to make room for the sole tourist activity.
  9. 9. WHAT MEAND HERITAGE RURAL AREAS?
  10. 10. VILLAGES MINOR HISTORIC CENTRES Individual UNITS of settlements that have given birth to ORIGINAL LANDSCAPE typical of a civilisation deeply rooted in the territory
  11. 11. TERRITORIAL CULTURAL SYSTEM Socio-cultural units within a territorial network linked by CULTURE history, traditions, and/or natural elements • .
  12. 12. LINKS - Culture and Territory - Local Identity vs Global Heritage - Conservation vs Transformation - Normative vs Operational Planning
  13. 13. WHAT WE NEED TO DO?
  14. 14. LOCAL COMMUNITIES must lead based on active participation and a clear METHODOLOGY where diagnostics, specific proposals and results in the short, medium and long term are implemented METHODOLOGY
  15. 15. CULTURAL TERRITORIAL SYSTEM It addresses both the physical landscape and the social landscape (socio-economic) of a given territory, both tangible and intangible assets and their relationships.
  16. 16. CULTURAL TERRITORIAL SYSTEM It is a structural process organised by projects. It identifies in a sort of hierarchy: integrated components, intervention priorities, demostrative projects, etc.
  17. 17. CULTURAL TERRITORIAL SYSTEM It could be incrementally built by parts that may each have meaning and functional selfefficacy, while being inserted into a unitary overall methodological framework.
  18. 18. CULTURAL TERRITORIAL SYSTEM It could be implemented in time It does not need to be immediately a “final and complete Plan“. The various parts can be articulated and complete with subsequent additions and amendments.
  19. 19. CULTURAL TERRITORIAL SYSTEM It is flexible. It is not a plan "hard" and "normative", but above all works "multiscale scenario“ However, if useful or necessary, some specific areas or projects or parts of projects may be subject to normative planning or design rules.
  20. 20. CULTURAL TERRITORIAL SYSTEM It is also flexible in time as it is also conceived as a process. It has to be verified through monitoring on the state of implementation of the projects and on the effects produced by the interventions, with any necessary corrections during implementation.
  21. 21. CULTURAL TERRITORIAL SYSTEM It is a strategic planning process (shared, participatory, concerted, communicative).
  22. 22. CULTURAL TERRITORIAL SYSTEM It must be managed ("accompanied" by public authorities, operators and associations).
  23. 23. Process of formation of a Integrated Cultural Territorial Plan
  24. 24. 1.- Area Based Approach the landscape (the unit) VALEA HARTIBACIULUI (ROMANIA) TAVUSH REGION: DILIJAN AREA (ARMENIA) CAHUL RAIONE (REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA)
  25. 25. 2.- "Atlas of cultural and natural heritage" as a gathering place, open and implementable, news and information on the shareholders of properties of a given territory. Contribution from the bottom of associations and scholars in the formation of a base of a first draft (initial knowledge base)
  26. 26. 2.- "Atlas of cultural and natural heritage" (initial knowledge base)
  27. 27. 3.- SCENARIOS of physical and social landscape;
  28. 28. 4. Guidelines and rules for the preservation, enhancement and transformation projects; 5. Operational Programmes and Plans (action plans); 6. Projects (demostrative projects); 7. Management of design and implementation process
  29. 29. Identificarea prioritatilor (50) Selectie pe domenii (10) Scopul atelierului de astazi Selectarea prioritatilor (5) Detaliere idei de proiecte: rezultate; partipanti; resurse Proiect pilot PACTUL LOCAL
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