Since the recent health emergency has shown the critical issues of high-density settlement models, the smaller centers are returning to represent a resource, a widespread heritage, which, although fragile in some aspects, are connoted by conditions and historicized levels of resilience to be reactivated by regenerative processes. By prefiguring new housing models, these processes are able to balance the current dynamics of depopulation and socio-economic crisis. These strategies refer to design studies elaborated during the "Integrated Laboratory of degree thesis" in “Recovery and Conservation of Built and Materials and Techniques for Recovery" Department ICEAA, University of L'Aquila, that are oriented to an active conservation of historical centres that characterize the liminal landscape of the foothills of Abruzzo, such as the one conducted on Tocco da Casauria with a hypothesis of regeneration of the fortified settlement, to enhance cultural development and promote local resources.
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