The redevelopment project of the Cervia Natural Park (Ravenna, Italy) has just been reviewed in the publication ITALIE. Viaggio nelle trasformazioni paesaggistiche del Bel Paese (ITALIES. Journey into the landscape transformations of the Bel Paese) by the Italian publisher Il Mulino.
The book curated by Bianca Maria Rinaldi dedicates a space to this landscape architecture project in which visual design is conceived as
a fundamental aspect of the project.
Our environmental graphics project developed with the P'ARC studio
is conceived as a fundamental aspect of the project, tightly integrated with the equipment and landscape architecture and acts as a narrative echo, sewing the heterogeneous episodes of the park that are stratified over the years.
A special study was therefore dedicated to the relationship between images, materials and colors, trying to give the places a "natural" look
and at the same time a clear, ironic and playful aesthetics.
This design philosophy is explained in the essay by Enrica Dall'Ara, The Atmosphere in Landscape Design, within this book.
This landscape redevelopment project was also reviewed in the article written by Simonetta Zanon published in the 35th issue of the magazine of AIAPP — Associazione Italiana Architettura del Paesaggio.
With the title PLAYTIMES this issue was entirely dedicated to environmental and landscape integration in play areas.
The article Three playhouses in the pine trees focus on Enrica Dall'Ara's project. This landscape architecture project is part of a larger project to enhance a naturalistic area of great value in the Po Delta Regional Park.
The project had previously been selected and exhibited in the 8th European Landscape Biennial (COAC, Barcelona) and published in A landscape for you (Paysage Edizioni, Milano, 2016).