The contemporary heritage scope has reached a territorial dimension which the emphasis on cultural landscapes reveals, recognized mainly by the UNESCO (1992). Cultural heritage ceased to be uniquely translated by isolated events, monuments or historic/urban sets and gained space, scale and complexity. This complexity is of conceptual and instrumental natures, which is presented through the design of a relationship rhizome and the theoretical framework related to landscape and cultural landscape. The Landscape of Pico Island Vineyard Culture, Azores, Portugal, as a case study, represents the opportunity to analyse the instrumental value of cultural landscapes and the landscape/heritage binomial which, in the Portuguese context, is an unexplored path towards the development of territorial public strategies. Cultural landscapes can be an operative concept which infers spatial planning consequences.
|Keywords:||Cultural Landscape, Territorial Strategies, Pico Island Vineyard|
Research Centre for Architecture, Urban Planning and Design (CIAUD), Faculty of Architecture, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal
Centre of Natural Resources and Environment (CERENA), Faculty of Architecture, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal