Ruins are an ancient treasure necessary to modern culture, to be explored with careful patience and attention, with love fore these ancient artefacts, with the respect we have for our ancestors and the listening to the suggestions they want to offer us, that they have rightly and solemnly transmitted: first of all the choices have lasted for centuries such as distributive typologies, those concerning space, shape and spaces of relationship. When crusts have fallen off during centuries, we must meditate about these teachings again, in the light of modern culture of living. Ruins may have a critical function towards contemporary city which by comparison becomes subject to judgement and whose many miseries and few qualities stand out. They can suggest lost values still necessary to the planning of contemporary cities. A cover for Pava. In the other hand this the relationship between quality architecture and archaeology reminds the various incongruous shelters of archaeological excavations scattered all over Italy: they show deep extraneousness, both in the case of technological solutions with reticular metal structure covers and in the case of temporary solutions with security glasses capable of protecting but also creating distance. The theme suggested by the necessity to protect the remains of the parish of St. Peter in Pava – Val d’Asso (V-VI century a. C.) recently brought to light in the Siena area by the Stefano Campana team, is to carry out a project between archaeologists and architects in synergy.
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