Landscape scholarships

Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche, within the framework of research activities on landscape and the care for places developed with its Scientific Committee, since 2015 establishes landscape study scholarships respectively named after Sven-Ingvar Andersson (1927-2007), Rosario Assunto (1915-1994) and Ippolito Pizzetti (1926-2007), key figures for the Foundation’s scientific work since its inception. The legacy of their tutelage continues to inspire and guide landscape studies and research.

The residential scholarships focus on three thematic areas that represent their cultural profile and operation field: Landscape project (Sven-Ingvar Andersson), Theories and policies for landscape (Rosario Assunto), Nature and gardens (Ippolito Pizzetti).

The wine cultural landscape of the Anthropocene

The Prosecco Hills of Conegliano and Valdobbiadene as a possible laboratory within the Unesco policies framework

Alessandro Raffa

Landscape scholarships – fifth edition, 2019/2020

subject area: Landscape project

Landscape architecture training in Europe

considerations for common ground, similarities and differences

Viola Corbari

Landscape scholarships – third edition, 2017/2018

Subject area Theories and policies for landscape

Change to preserve

contemporary design and historical garden in the work of Pascal Cribier and Michael Van Gessel

Elena Antoniolli

Landscape scholarships – third edition, 2017/2018

Subject area Landscape project

For a herbarium of the new fields

Commons fields in the contemporary city

Serena Savelli

Scholarships for landscape studies – second call, 2016/2017

Subject area Landscape design

Quod agendum? Rosario Assunto, between report and design

summary of the scholarship outcomes, 2016

The analysis presented in the paper «Quod agendum? Rosario Assunto, between report and design» concerns a reflection on landscape carried out by philosopher Rosario Assunto (1915-1994) and more specifically the design aspects of his system. In order to identify Assunto’s directions on how to steer present and future activity, the research work analysed an extensive…