19 November 2018 – The Green Mosaic in the Mediterranean City, International landscape architecture seminar in Lecce’s Theater Apollo (Italy)
Among several projects, Gianluca Tramutola presents Il Giardino di Ogni Bene and the green and landscape design approach of the City Walls Park and Giardino di Palazzo Giaconia in Lecce – link
22 June 2018 – Milano Triennale – City Brand & Tourism – Landscape Award 2018
Gianluca Tramutola receives the first prize with the project Giardino di Ogni Bene – ex Convento Agostiniani in Lecce (Comune di Lecce – Italy) in the category ”Landscape requalification of urban space section B” . The prize is organized by Paysage Topscape and promoted by the Italian National Council of Architects, Urban Planners and Landscape Architects in collaboration with Milan Design Triennale. link
21 april 2018 – Primavera! Spring colours at Giardino di Ogni Bene in Lecce – The Italian Association of Landscape Architects (AIAPP) visits the garden with a day dedicated to the landscape architect profession, Gianluca Tramutola guides the guests through the garden…
foto © Claudia De Blasi
september 2017 – Amsterdam port – workshop on landscape identity and perception
How do students perceive the landscapes between Amsterdam port area and the locks of IJmuiden on the North Sea? Is Amsterdam still perceived as a port city? – excursion on landscape identity with the students of the minor in Urbanism and Landscape Architecture of AHK
25 may 2017 – The XVII century Augustinian Convent (ex Convento degli Agostiniani) and church Santa Maria di Ogni Bene with the surrounding ‘Giardino di Ogni Bene’ in Lecce (Italy) is finally opened!
October 2016- My lecture about Italian cultural landscapes at the University of Groningen NL – Master in Landscape history – Landscapes of Europe
september 2016 – I am selected among the tutors for the Artist-in-residence programs ‘Serre delle arti Territori di Pietra’ in the stone quarry landscapes around Cursi (Italy). Several international artists are called to study and express their creativity in the astonishing landscapes generated by the stone extraction with all their conflictual aspects between economical use and critical environmental issues.
9 june 2016 – my lecture at the conference ‘Urban Forestry and Green Infrastructure PISA 3.0 Green Masterplan’ about the Amsterdam Forest (Amsterdamse bos – Amsterdam Municipality) and the Park Biblioteca degli alberi in Milan (Inside Outside Petra Blaisse – Comune di Milano) – Arsenali Pisa (Italy)
! watch a video with some parts of the second lecture of 11th November 2015, a selection of 5 of the 25 invisible landscapes cases and an interview by Director Rita Venturelli – link
Exhibition at Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Amsterdam NL
A photographic narrative itinerary through what we (do not) see
By Gianluca Tramutola
October 2015 – New article about the Hortus Botanicus Leiden and the reconstruction of the ‘Clusius Garden’ – Paysage Topscape 21
Lecturing about landscape identity and perception at a course organized by ARPTRA with the Department of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences of the University of Bari (Italy) – link
September 2015 – Lecture about Italian cultural landscapes at University of Groningen – course Landscapes of Europe
January 2015 – new article on Paysage Topscape 18 – “Abitare il paesaggio” over the identity of Dutch rural landscapes (project by la4sale landscape architects) and strategies for contemporary ways of building in the landscape.
November 2014 – my photograph ‘Water landscapes: rural fascination of the polders in North Holland’ selected among the 10 selected of the ‘Rural Landscape in Europe’ Photography competition at the XI CEDIA European Conference in Bruxelles.
June 2014 – new article on Paysage Topscape 16, Editor Paysage – La Biblioteca degli alberi a new park in Milan (Giardini di Porta Nuova) – design Inside Outside Petra Blaisse – text Gianluca Tramutola.
18th-19th April 2013 Torino – DNA ITALIA 2013 Lingotto fiere Torino – conference Aiapp (Italian Association of Landscape Architecture) my speech in the landscape section of Rete dei Caselli (Arch. Claudia Valentini): ‘Reuse and landscape transformations along Ferrovie Sud Est’ – a vision on landscape perception and railways infrastructure .
march 2013 Bari – Partecipation with Rete dei Caselli as follow up of the workshop at the conference organized by WWF Italy and the Region Puglia: DISMISSIONE E RIUSO IN PUGLIA, PROBLEMI, BUONE PRATICHE E BUONE IDEE about the reuse in architecture and landscape – a vision on landscape perception.
8 november 2012 attending the lectures and workhops on “Climate Policy and Sustainable Development” at the year Congress BNSP/NVTL in Utrecht organized by the Dutch Associations of urban planners and landscape architects.
October 2012 Zollino Station – Gianluca Tramutola participates to the workshop “Riqualificazione e tecniche di costruzione locale” with a vision on the landscape along the railway network of FSE (Ferrovie del Sud Est) in Salento – Italy.
Landscape and infrastructures: perception, design and perspectives
The association Rete dei Caselli is working on the strategies for the reuse of not functional abandoned buildings along the network, that can also play a role in the development, preservation and management of the rural and urban landscapes.
September 2012 – With Andrea Piccaluga, Domenico Damia, Francesca Cavallo ed Anna De Grassi member of the jury of Start Cup Puglia 2012 on request of ARTI Puglia (Regional Agency for Technology and Innovation). Link
Gianluca Tramutola participates with Streetscape to the Open Urban Lab “Scusi per Via Leuca?”, a bottom-up participatory planning approach program of urban regeneration in Lecce (Italy). Streetscape is a research on the image, identity and design of streets in the urban form of European cities.
Paesaggi di Pietra (Landscapes of stone) a lecture and photographic itinerary over the cultural landscapes of Apulia, presentation by Gianluca Tramutola at Istituto Italiano di Cultura in Amsterdam.
Nociglia (Italy) at Open Urban Lab Superpaduli (Parco dei Paduli) Gianluca with Minke Mulder, both representing MTD landscape architects, gives a presentation about the ‘Strategies of development and transformation in the Dutch landscapes’
Gianluca Tramutola participates with the project team Water Signs (Segni d`Acqua) to the Open Urban Lab Superpaduli, a bottom-up participatory planning approach experience, pilot project of Regione Puglia for a multifunctional agriculture park (Parco dei Paduli) in an olive grove area of 5500 ha in the heel of Italy. Water Signs studies the guidelines for the reassessment of the water system of the landscape. The Park is currently the Italian candidate for the Landscape Award of the Council of Europe 2015.
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