Productive agricultural landscapes, and logistics landscapes - those areas connected to trades and transactions - have affected each other since the beginning. Goods lead processes and adapt the geographies of working spaces due to their inner rules, typologies, conservation needs and practices. So, it’s interesting to explore the relationship between products and lands according to the idea that it is mostly commerce that defines the spatiality of the dynamic and relational contemporary environments. Agriculture and logistics are connected through ancient links that have undergone profound changes over the years in the management of commercial products - mostly agricultural – and in turn generated large effects on port spaces and artifacts. In this sense, the most significant progress is the gradual but revolutionary transition from the port emporium to the port gateway.
|Titolo:||Agriculture and Logistics, from Port Emporium to Port Gateway|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||02.01 - Contributo in volume (Capitolo o saggio)|