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GIACOMO CALISTI graduate architecture portfolio 2014

41, Tinsley Road Stepney Green London E1 3DA +44 7473 504627 giacomo.calisti@outlook.com


C u r r i c u l u m

V i t a e

EDUCATION 2007 - 2013

mar-jun

2012

Università degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy Master degree in architecture Master Thesis : The Unconventional City

Université Gaston Berger de Saint-Louis, Africa International Workshop and research with CITER, Department of Architecture, Ferrara, Italy “ Wa te r a s H e r i t a ge, d e s i g n i n a U N E S C O s i te”

2010 - 2011

Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura,Coruña,Spain Erasmus Program

2002 - 2007

Scientific High School Giordano Bruno, Perugia, Italy Diploma

AWARDS 2008

AHEC Wooden Building Competition - 1st Prize Student Competition

INTERNSHIP 2012 - 2013

Collaboration at Echelle Inconnue, Rouen, France Erasmus Placement

SOFTWARE SKILLS 7 5 2 1 6 8 1 1 1

years years years years years years years years years

9 years 4 years

Autocad 2d Autocad 3d Maxon Cinema 4d Allplan BIM Nemetschek Illustrator Photoshop InDesign Premiere Flash Microsoft Office iWork

LANGUAGE SKILLS Italian / Mother Tongue English / B2 French / B2 Spanish / C1

GIACOMO CALISTI 41, Tinsley Road Stepney Green London E1 3DA +44 7473 504627 giacomo.calisti@outlook.com


SELECTED WORKS

1

4

MASTER THESIS PROJECT

T HE UN CO NVE N TIO NA L CI TY

PLAN ARISES

location

BOLOGNA, ITALY

location

ROVIGO, ITALY

program

RENEWAL, INDIPENDENT CULTURAL CENTER

program

OFFICES, SERVICES, PARK

year

2010

tutor

SERGIO ZANICHELLI

year

2013

tutor

NICOLA MARZOT, GIUSEPPE SAPONARO

2

5

WATER AS HERITAGE

T(H)REES CONNECTIONS

location

SAINT LOUIS, SNEGAL, AFRICA

location

VENARIA REALE, TORINO, ITALY

program

CITY PLANNING, URBANISM

program

year

2012

UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, SOCIAL HOUSING, SPORTS CENTER

tutor

ROMEO FARINELLA

year

2009

tutor

ALFONSO FEMIA

3

6

MEDIO AMNUM

CLIFF HOSTEL

location

MILANO, ITALY

location

COAST OF PUGLIA, ITALY

program

URBAN PROJECT , MUSEUM

program

HOSTEL

year

2011

year

2009

tutor

GABRIELE LELLI

tutor

PIETROMARIA DAVOLI

AHEC Wooden Building Competition PROJECT WINNER - 1st Prize


1

THE

UNCONVENTIONAL CITY

K

A

R

3

The Thesis purpose is the study for the renewal of a complex of industrial buildings no longer in use located in a peripheral area of the city of Bologna. The peculiarity is the experimental approach that adoperates as main force for the transformation process the potentiality of spontaneous and informal uses.

BOLOGNA

22 CASES

mapping

LAME

39 BOLOGNINA 37 32

34 SANTA VIOLA 33

24 SAFFI

SAN DONATO 38

43

29

44 25

22

23

40

30

19

45

21 IRNERIO 16 20 17 14 18 15 MARCONI 7 8 6 4 5 3 21 MALPIGHI 10

31

9

GALVANI

48

49 MAZZINI

EU RO PE

EUROPEAN STUDY RESULTS 1

re-use cases study

TOOLS

I NACTI VE

AGREEMENTS WITH THE OWNERSHIP AGREEMENTS WITH THE AUTHORITY LEGAL / ORGANIZATIONAL MEASURES FINANCING STRATEGY

4 6 CASES

2

SE L ECTI ON C RITE R I A

REU SE OF A BAND ON ED B UILDI NGS

AMSTERDAM BERLIN

LONDON

are a: > 25 00 mq

VIENNA

L EGA L / REGULARIZED main pur po ses: C ULTU R AL PR OM OTI ON / SOCIA L IN TEG R ATI ON / ARTISTIC PRODUCTI ON

SAN RUFFILLO

AGENTS

24 %

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION VIOLENCE

OWNE RS HIP PUBLIC

35 %

PRIVATE

4

RIOTS

spaces

APARTMENTS

location

CITY CENTER

!

BERLIN - MODEL IN TEMPORARY USE MANAGEMENT The Internationales Kultur Zentrum Ufa Fabrik has been a model for our project for several reasons: for the activity of cultural promotion,as well as the active promotion of a conscious urban lifestyle, and the realization in the centre of various green and low cost technologies. Furthermore, Ufa Fabrik has always operated in positive cooperation with the public administration.

PANKOW LICHTENBERG

9

7

MITTE

7 MARZAHN HELLERSDORF

3 8

5

7

SPANDAU

DECAY

! !

53

TRAUMFABRIK

1976 - 1983

3

VIA DEL PRATELLO

1976 - 1990 / 1997

13

ISOLA NEL KANTIERE

1988 - 1984

8

LA FABBRIKA

1989 - 1990

25

LIVELLO 57

1993 - 2007

23

PELLEROSSA

1993 - 1994

5

LINK

1995 - oggi

27

T.P.O.

1994 - oggi

15

MATTOIDS

1995

40

ATLANTIDE

1996 - oggi

22

LAZZARETTO

1996 - oggi

35 47 51

RETE CONTROPIANI

2000 - 2002

2

XM24

2003 - oggi

16

CRASH!

2003 - oggi

7

VAG61

2004 - oggi

29

CA.CU.BO.

2004 - 2005

43

PLANIMETRIE CULTURALI

2006 - oggi

4

BARTLEBY

2009 - oggi

14 11

OFFICINE TSUNAMI

2010 - 2012

45

LABAS

2012 - oggi

12

19

50 49

24

18 30 32

44 46

48

36

20

38

6

spaces

SHEDS / EX FACTORIES

location

PERIPHERAL AREAS

protagonists BORDERLINE GROUPS / STUDENTS/ IMMIGRANTS

GHETTOS CRIMINALITY

POLITICAL IDEOLOGY

approach

CLOSED COMMUNITIES

LAZZARETTO

CA.CU.BO.

ATLANTIDE VIA DEL PRATELLO

BERRETTA ROSSA 1975

PLANIMETRIE CULTURALI

MATTOIDS PELLEROSSA

TRAUMFABRIK

1 UF A F A B RIK

1976 - 1977

M AIN PU RPOS E

CULTURE / ARTISTIC PRODUCTION SOCIAL / COMMUNITY RECREATIONAL TRAINING COMMERCIAL

BERL I N

33

EX DAZIO

CSA - CEN TR O S OCIALE

!

protagonists INDIPENDENT POLITICAL PARTIES / STUDENTS approach

S PAC ES

1972 - 1975

NI NETI ES

SEVE N TIES !

PERIOD

BERRETTA ROSSA

PRI VATE P ROP ERTY

P RO T EST MO VEMEN TS

17 %

52 %

P UBLI C P ROP ERTY

53

PIONEER

3

pre sent conditio n :

ACT I VE

COLLI

INI T IA T I VE

59 %

str ucture:

2

47

11

MURRI

4

52

12

COSTA SARAGOZZA

7

46

SAN VITALE

13

BARCA

50 51

28

27

26

2013

INFORMAL USE

41

36

35

REINICKENDORF

RENEWAL, INDIPENDENT CULTURAL CENTRE

42

The architectural project is composed by two parts, the first one is a strategy which identifies various tools that permit the factual starting of the project (financial, cultural, economical, legal tools). The strategy also defines the temporary development of the project, dividing it in three different phases, as well as setting different general ‘scenarios’ for the future. The second part is the architectural project which defines all actions, tools and materials necessary to regenerate all buildings with the lower budget possible. This complex of buildings is though to be transformed in an indipendent cultural centre (see ≥ TEH Trans Europe Halles network), that advocates and promotes indipendent culture, social integration, cooperation and concrete environmental urban actions.

2

BOLOGNA, ITALY

program year

CORTICELLA

Our study starts from a theoric research, which consists in an accurate study of a remarkable number of case studies located all around Europe, selected for their physical and social similarity with our project area. The research purpose was identifying informal action schemes, good practices, laws and procedures relevant to our project area, in order to develop a concrete strategy which could be factually successful. The city of Berlin has been analysed with a special attention, as it is an unique example for the massive number of case studies founded, and for the strong role played by temporary uses in Berlin development in the last 20 years.

1

SPONTANEUS INTERVENTIONS OF CULTURAL RE-USE (NO HOUSING PURPOSE) period > 1 year

location

1985

RETE CONTROPIANI

LINK

ISOLA NEL KANTIERE 1980

T.P.O.

LIVELLO 57

LA FABBRIKA

EX DAZIO

1990

1995

2000

VAG61 CRASH! XM24

OFFICINE TSUNAMI BARTLEBY 2005

LABAS 2010

MUNICIPALITY DIRECTLY SUPPORT TEMPORARY USERS LEGAL/ FINANCING / COMMERCE SPECIAL TOOLS PROMOTING TEMPORARY USES DEVELOPMENT ADAPTATION AND FLEXIBILITY OF REGULATIONS TO THE SPECIALS NEEDS OF TEMPORARY USES DIVERSIFICATION OF LEGAL TOOLS

7 CHARLOTTENBURG WILDMERSDORF

KREUZBERG

5

TEMPELHOF SHONENBERG

1

NEUKOLLN

TE M PE LHO F A IR P OR T

TREPTOW

5 10

STEGLITZ ZEHLENDORF

10

6

Tempelhof Airport is an emblematic case study for the reach of the project, as well as the experimental urban strategy used which integrate temporary uses with long-term pianification ( ≥ see raumlabor DYNAMIC MASTERPLAN)

URBA N CO NTEXT A XO NO METRY

2015


PROGRAM DEFINITION

PR EL I M INA RY PH ASE

GRADUAL RECOVERY OF BUILDINGS: ONES FOR WHICH A MAJOR INVESTMENT IS NEEDED WILL BE REALIZED AT LAST

GRADUAL FINANCIAL RESOURCES ALLOCATION

POLITICAL / LEGAL AGREEMENTS

IDEAS WISHES VISIONS

FINDING A PLACE

DEFINITION OF TEMPORAL PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

INFORMAL STARTING

ROUND TABLE FOR TEMPORARY USE

PHASE ONE

PHASE ZERO

PHASE TWO

FUTURE SCENARIOS

EXPIRATION DATE LOAN OF USE CONTRACT

no economic purpose

PHASE THREE

PR OJECT SUC C ESS the owner DOES NOT REQUEST the area back

!

public administrations also invest resources to enhance the cultural centre reach

? as a real market development remains uncertain, the cultural centre continues its activities thanks to the financial resources gradually saved

NEW URBAN TOOLS for a ‘weak planning’: no major investments ≥ synergies between the different stakeholders and existing resources COMMUNICATION

STR UCTUR ES R EC OVE RY

NETWORKING

NEW INFRASTRUCTURE + EQUIPMENT

A STRONG INTERACTION WITH THE LOCAL COMMUNITY ≥ PROTECTIONS AND SUPPORT

FINANCIAL / ECONOMIC

F U NCTIONS ACT IVAT ION

R

K O NSORZIO

LEGAL

DELL E

ART / GRAPHIC ART / PERFORMANCE ART / VIDEO ART

A R TI

the owner REQUEST the area back

the cultural centre stop its activities here, moving to another suitable location in the city / region

I N D I P E N D E N T C U LT U R A L C E N T R E

ORGANI SATIONAL MA NAG EMENT

K A R A SSOCIAT ION

ATEL I ERS / M ATE R IA L STOR AGE

NO PROFIT COLLECTIVE LEADING THE PROJECT volunteers members and then employees architects / urban planner / sociologist / economist / lawyers / ....

ART-I N- RESI D E NCY P R OGR AM EXHIBI TI ON SPAC ES ART F ESTI VAL / ART E V ENTS

f

P

I NT E RN A L E NTIT IES COLLECTIVES / ASSOCIATIONS / ... every association run its own activity in the spatial and legal frame provided by KAR association

RESEARCH / EXPERIMENTATION / HANDCRAFT PRODUCTION FAB LAB WOR K SHO PS

LEGAL MANAGEMENT

BANCA D EL TEM P O HOSTEL

RG LA VI

NETWORKING LOCAL NETWORK Informality and sub-culture are still alive in Bologna, which is also know in Italy for being a city of culture, music and arts CENTRI SOCIALI CULTURAL INSTITUTIONS CULTURAL ASSOCIATIONS SPONSOR

EUROPEAN NETWORK EU

RO PE HAL L

ES

SOCIAL PROMOTION HEL P D ESK / I MMI GR A NTS S UPP O RT

RECYC L ING SYSTEM

11b

AY

GR E EN TEC HNOLOGI ES

STAKEHOLDERS

W

ECOLOGY AND SUSTAINABILITY C LOSED C IR CU IT REMED I ATI O N SYST EM

KAR ASSOCIATION

H

RESTAUR A NTS

POLITICAL / LEGAL AGREEMENTS protocollo d’intesa contratto di comodato d’uso delibera comunale

IG

OWNER

H

M AR K ET U R BAN SPORT C ENT ER

FUN PAL AC E

EI V I A M AT T

P

OTHER INSTITUTIONS INVOLVED

The round table for temporary use is a tool which will bring together the municipal government, large property owners, investors and temporary users in regular meetings in order to discuss how solve legal, financial, managerial problems and facilitate the project development

LEISURE AND COMMUNITY

PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS

P

A

ROUND TABLE FOR TEMPORARY USE BOLOGNA MUNICIPALITY

NS

VEGETABL ES G ARD EN / ORGANI C SH OP

A

INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF INFORMAL PRACTICES

CULTURAL PROMOTION / ACTIVISM NO PR OFIT ASS OCI ATI ON / GROUP S

TRA

MATER IA L C OLLECTI N G P ROGRAM

Inscription to TEH - Tran Europe Halles, the european network of independent cultural centres which offers several benefits, permit to activate international programs and expand the audience of events.

PEDESTRIAN AREA GREEN AREA VEHICULAR AREA

P

UNDERGROUND PARKINGS

BIKE SHARING PLACE

MURO ESTERNO

P

SPECIAL EVENTS PARKINGS

BUS STOP

DEMOLIZIONI

TRAIN STATION

APERTURE

A

CAPACITY TO REACT TO CONTEXT EVENTUAL CHANGES OF CONDITIONS

REAL MARKET ESTATE RECOVERY

K

Th e t ra n sfor m ation ma na ge ment h a s b een stu d ied wi th a spe cia l at tention , a s th e finan cial bu dget assu med is real ly low. Ou r pur p ose i s ex plain h ow su ch a b ig p ro ject is p os sible wit hou t ma jo r investemen ts, a pp eal in g to th e p ower of social n etworks a nd commu n it ies

PHYSICAL/ INFRASTRUCTURAL TOOLS

EXTREME KNOWDOLEDGE OF SITE CONTEXT

VEHICULAR ACCESS

f


PHASE ONE

PHASE ZERO

2014 - 2017

GEN

PHASE TWO

PHASE ONE

2014

2015 FEB

MAR

APR

MAG

GIU

LUG

AGO

SET

OTT

NOV

DIC

GEN

2016 FEB

MAR

APR

MAG

GIU

LUG

AGO

SET

OTT

NOV

DIC

GEN

PHASE THREE

2017 FEB

MAR

APR

MAG

GIU

LUG

AGO

SET

OTT

NOV

DIC

GEN

2018 FEB

MAR

APR

MAG

GIU

LUG

AGO

SET

OTT

NOV

DIC

GEN

FEB

MAR

WORKS DEVELOPMENT PLAN EXTERIOR SPACES RESIDENCY COMMUNITY CENTRE

B

B CASA LOCA 1

CASA LOCA 1 CASA LOCA 2

C

C

CASA LOCA 2

RESTAURANT / ORGANIC SHOP URBAN SPORT CENTER

A2

A2 COMMUNITY CENTRE

CENTRAL OF TREATMENT GARDEN

A1

A1 RESIDENCY

PHYTOESTRACTION ART ATELIERS FUN PALACE MARKET

CAPITAL NEEDED

PRI VATE SPONSOR F UND S E UR OPE A N C O M MI SS I ON F UND S / PUBL I C F UNDS

C R OWD F UN DI NG FOU NDATI ON F UNDS

DUMP REMOVAL

EVENTS& ACTIVITIES PLAN

PHASE TWO 2

2017 - 2018

2 3

EXTERIOR SPACE COMMUNITY CENTER CASA LOCA 1&2 RESTAURANT GARDEN URBAN SPORT CENTER ATELIERS FUN PALACE MARKET

0

1 D1

E

RESTAURANT / SHOP

2 3

2 3

2 3

1

2 3

2 3 4

1

2 3

2 3

2 3

1

2 3

1

2 3

2 3

2 3

2 3

1

2 3

2 3

1

2 3 1

2 3 4

2 3

2 3

2 3

2 3

1

2 3

2 3

1

2 3

2 3

2 3

1

1

1 4

2 3

1

2 3

2 3

4

1

2 3

1

1

1

5 6 2 3

SECONDARY WORKS

REQUIRED WORKS

Tactics refers to the series of non-architectonical tools which will be used in PhaseZero

D2

2 3

1

TACTIS

E

2 3

1

0

Architectonical works are divided in two classes: required works are the major interventions on buildings ( structure recovery, new insulation layer for roofs, remediation etc ) which require qualified labor, secondary works are all finish works and equipments and could be gradually executed by users. This permits to reduce the starting capital needed.

1 GARDEN 2 PHYTOREMEDIETON AREA

ENROLL M ENT I N COMES S ELL I N G I NCOMES

ACTIVITIES INC O MES H O STEL INC O MES

G

F

G

3

Ar

Cd

Cr

a

Cu

Fe

Pb

Li

Mn

TPH

ENROLL M ENT I N COMES S ELL I N G I NCOMES

ACTIVITIES INC O MES H O STEL INC O MES

PAH PCB

ca.100 m3

c

ca.600 m3

c

450.000 € SAFETY SETTING

ca.500 m3

b

ca.3000 m3

a

DDT

CEN TR AL OF T R EAT M ENT

S ILOS

ca.2200 m3

D2

R EM EDI A TI O N M A C HI NE R Y

ca 2400 m3

+

S TOR AGE

TRANSPORT TO QUALIFIED DUMP

c 5-7 years

1-2 months PUMP & TREAT

60.000 €

REMOVAL

PUM&TREAT MACHINERY

TRANSPORT TO DUMP

SUB-IRRIGATION

280.000 € DDT

PLASTER REMOVAL

PHYTOEXTRACTION

3 FUN PALACE

CAPITAL NEEDED

2

PESTICIDE STORAGE

b 1-2 months

G MARKET

GUANO

TOXIC SUBSTANCES Al

F ART ATELIERS

c

MECHANICAL WORKSHOP

OIL STORAGE

F

ca.400 m3

GAS STAION

PHASE THREE 2 018 ≥ 20??

clos ed ci rcuit of tre atmen t E

D2 CENTRAL OF TREATMENT

CAPITAL NEEDED

b uild ing

ILLEGAL DUMP

D1 URBAN SPORT CENTER

Pb

Zn Cd

CLEANSING BY HYDROJET

H2O FIXATIVES SPRINKLING

Cu

Ca(OH)2

Pb


BLOCK E

CASA L.O.C. A

ST

TI

C

UP TAR

ASSOCIAZI ON I

TIERE AR QU

B

ACTIVATING 1st PHASE

PUBBLICO

ATTIVITA’ RICREATIVE PROMOZIONE CULTURALE SOLIDARIETÀ SOCIALE FORMAZIONE / RICERCA

B

PRODUZIONE ARTIGIANALE

AR TIS

F RONT VI E W - B LO CK B W EST S I DE 0

2

4

8 m

6

60

PROJECTION

COURSES

GREENHOUSE

COMMON ROOM

12

12

11.7

SCAFFOLDING STRUCTURE +1.05

TOILET

C

MECHANICAL WORKSHOP

WORKSHOP / CLASSES

SALA LETTURA

WORKSHOPS / CLASSES PROJECTION AREA

MEETING

CAFE’ 35

OFFICE PRESS ROOM

GREENHOUSE

OFFICE

we suggest to move the first Bologna FabLab from its actual inappropriate location KAR cultural center, in order to increase the number of possible users and enhance interactions between different working fields

COMMON SPACE

B

ENERGETIC MEASURES

TOILET

+1.05

C 0

10

20

m

SCAFFOLDING STRUCTURE

+0.00

C

P LAN B LOCK B 0

A XONO METRY

CAFE’

+1.07

1.8

COSTRUZIONI

weekend use

MEETING AREA DEMOLITION

B

12.1

+0.00

EXHIBITION COWORKING

INFO POINT

12

WORKSHOP

week use

The name Casa L.O.C.A. is the italian acronym for Laboratori Officine (workshops) Creative (creative) and Associazionismo (cooperation), and it is thought to be a central part of the cultural centre. The CasaL.O.C.A wiil be placed in blocks of sheds B and C, which present a big open space in the inside, that could be adapted to various activities. The activities chosen are highly representative of KAR purposes: cooperation, art and recreative activities wiil be organized by no-profit associations, and free spaces for exhibition or meeting will be provided. There will be also various spaces destined to creative work: free coworking spaces, mechanical workshops, and a Fab Lab. The purpose of CasaL.O.C.A is starting a positive process capable to enhance cultural life, social integration and enviromental improvements for both the neighbourood and the city of Bologna. All activities are spatially organized in order to obtain a continue use, during both all week and the weekend. All finish works will be realized by users, external walls will be painted by graffiti artists, the necessary furniture and new internal partitions will be assembled by the community of users. Spaces will be highly flexibile, and will be personalized and changed by associations and users during the time. In order to maximize mutual interactions, the spaces would be assigned to associations and informal groups operating in fields of arts, design, music as well as cooperation,politics and activism.

2

4

6

8 m


E N E RG E T I C ME ASUR ES

B

FE CA CO LO

C

BOT TLES SOL AR PANE L

C OATING INSULATIO N

low cost water heating system

thermal-reflective insulation ACTIS

A XONOM E TRY 0

10

20

m

OF

The sheds will be renovated in order to permit the public use: all frames will be enalarged to obtain more natural light in the inside, some internal partitions will be demolished and damaged wall and structures will be fixed. There will be used some solar passive techniques and insulation layers will be added, in order to increase the quality of interior spaces with the minimum investment of money. The main action consists in demolishing an entire shed within each block, in place of which two greenhouses will be placed to create a big source of natural light for the inside, as well as a big and considerable common space for the community of users. Furthermore, on the external front side of the sheds, a permanent scaffolding structure will be realized. This structure is necessary to access to the sheds, as there is a 1,50 gap from the external ground to inside floor, moreover the scaffolding structure it is though to be the material support for the creativity of the community of users. The structure is easily transformable and expandable, and it can support various typologies of decorations (panels, flags, plants, lights etc) as well as solar panels and water and rainwater collection systems.

0

0

2

4

6

8

m

IN

E

CANS SOLAR PANEL

low cost air heating system

AXON OME TRY - SCAFFOLD ING STR U CTUR E D ETAIL

AXONOM E T RY - G RE EN HO U S E

FIC

1

2

m

“TROM B E-MICHE L” WALL

south facing thermal storage wall

PHOTOVOLTAIC PANE LS

GRE E N FACADE

electricity production

natural wall insulation

WATER RECYCLING

INTERNAL PARTITIO N

rainwater collection system

recycled & flexible partitions


BLOCK E

R E S TA U R A N T / G A R D E N +1.00

PUBBLICO

RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES

3

40.8

5.3

5

2

2

1.5

2.4

1

2.3

1.6

3

1.2

3.7

3.2

1 0.9

6.2

4.2

3.1

3.7

SOLIDARITY/ COOPERATION EDUCATION/ RESEARCH

TOILETS

HANDCRAFTED PRODUCTION

STORAGE

8.4

ACTIVATING 2nd PHASE

ST

UP TAR

ASSOCIAZI ON I

TIERE AR QU

TI

19.2 3.9

CULTURAL PROMOTION

The empty area in front of the restaurant, before used as a parking lot, will be transformed in a garden, thanks to the partial removal of the asphalt ground and big recycled pots. The area is thought to offer a free space for educational activities related to nature and urban agriculture, community gardening, and recreative activities for the neighbourhood (picnics, parties, etc.). There will be also a greenhouse for plants and seedlings, equipment for collecting rainwater, phytopurification, solar energy and biogas, aquaponics crops, agricultural short circuits, in order to encourage the experimentations in agricultural production.

60

COMMERCIAL

KITCHEN

TOILETS

FRIDGE CELL

SHOP

AR TIS

0

5

10

18.8

3

BANCONE

RESTAURANT

AXON OM ETRY

BAR/BISTROT

15 m

R E S TA U R A N T

7.4

+1.05

+1.03

1.8

TERRACE +0.00

2

COOKING SCHOOL

5.6

1.8

SHOP / GAS SEAT

B

BIOMARKET

RECYCLED POTS

E

URBAN AGRICULTURE

C

GREENHOUSE

F

SHARED GREENHOUSE

H

A D

VEGETABLE GARDEN

DEMOLITION

B

V E G E TA B L E GARDEN

E

P L AYG R O U N D

COSTRUZIONI ENERGETIC MEASURES

The block of sheds which was a mechanic workshop will be first remediatied and then trasformed to adapt it to its new function: a cultural centre for the promotion of a conscious food culture. There will be a restaurant, which would use biological and local product, the kitchen would be available for a cooking school. There will be also a shop, where local food and gastronomy products made in the restaurants are sold. These functions help the cultural centre to raise funds to be reinvested on it. The shop also manage one seat of the local network of G.A.S., the italian solidarity based purchasing groups.

GARDENING SCHOOL

GREENHOUSE H

D

A

0

0

5

10 m

C

ART INSTALLATION

F

RECYCLED FURNITURE

SPECIAL EVENTS

PI ANTA

IN DOOR AXON OMETRY

COMPOSTING

OPEN AIR SPORT

2

s c al a 1: 2 0 0 4

6

8 m

RECYCLED FURNITURE


+ 29.5

+ 9.93

PUBBLICO

ACTIVATING 2nd PHASE

ST

TI

ASSOCIAZI ON I

TIERE AR QU

+ 3.93

P ROJECTION ROOM

LOCKER ROOM + TOILETS

DANCING / SPORT ROOM

+ 0.00

0

5

10

15m

FRONT VIEW WEST SIDE

MESSA IN SICUREZZA

UP TAR

AR TIS

RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES CULTURAL PROMOTION SOLIDARITY AND COOPERATION

C E N T R A L O F T R E AT M E N T MASS OF CONTAMINATE MATERIALS plaster removal demolitions ( bricks, walls, sand, dust ecc ) illegal dump rubbles toxic plants from the phytoremediation cut down

7

1

<

4

3

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GR O U ND F LO O R A C TI VIT IES

ACCUMULO 5 MISCELATORE TEMPORANEO 6 CISTERNA MULINO A MARTELLI 7 SILOS DI STOCCAGGIO TRAMOGGIA

In the second phase of project development, the big block which was before a fodder factory would be restored, as we assume that in this moment there would be enough resources, both economic and social, to make this big investment possible. The factory consists in two blocks of sheds, one of them is actually renovated, some walls will be demolished, damaged parts and unsafe structures will be fixed, although finish works will not be realized. Both exterior and interior surfaces will be left as they are, as the use of this building will be the ‘Urban Sport Center’, that is a space dedicated to sports like skateboard, parkour, acrobatic, martial arts ecc. The interior space will not be heated, although it will be equipped with some prefab wooden blocks where will be placed locker rooms, toilets and heated room for courses like yoga, dance ecc. The second block will not be restored as its condition are too bad that it would require a too big economic investment. So this block is not open to the public, but only to qualified workers, as a central of treatment will be located here, that is a big remediation system of all contaminate materials which come out from demolitions and remediations of other sheds in the area. 0

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Outside the Urban Sport Center will be realized a megastructure which we decided to call Fun Palace, an explicit quote of Cedric Price’s never built concept, as our project is directly inspired from Price’s ideas for an innovative type of multi-purpose cultural building whose key feature was its lack of formal design. It is to be a place without any defined purpose, where users would decide to do any activity they want. As in Price’s concept, the extreme simplicity of the structure would permit the continue changing of the megastructure, which would be adapted to the different necessity of the community of users. The megastructure consist in a 25 meters high scaffolding structure, which is composed of two parts. The firs part is permanent and complies to the necessity of accessing all levels, as it is supporting the connection system of stairs, elevators, ramps which permits the free movements of people through all levels. This is the ordinary configuration which is the starting point for every later expansion. The scaffolding structure is the though to be the support for the creativity of the community of users, as it cans support all type of decoration, panels, lights installation and big banners. The second part is one of the possible expansion, an extraordinary configuration as we imagine it, presented as an example. For one of the supposed big events, as an art exhibition (we imagined the itinerant contemporary art exhibition MANIFESTA),more scaffolding structures will be assembled. On the structure would be put some floors, where the exhibition will be placed. as well as pre-fab wooden boxes already used in the Urban Sport Center, where will be placed art and sound installations,a little auditorium or a cafè.

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2

location program

WATER AS HERITAGE

CITY PLANNING, URBANISM

year

RAIL TRANSPORT AND URBAN SETTLEMENTS

SENEGAL SEMI-PRESIDENTIAL REPUBLIC INDIPENDENCE APRIL 4th, 1960 CFA FRANC

SAINT-LOUIS, SENEGAL, AFRICA

Senegal was one of the first colonies of West Africa which gains its independence and has the most stable democracy in most of the African states. The Senegalese economy has grown rapidly and relies on a few sectors, making it a little resilient. The territory is characterized by lack of infrastructures and by the presence of informal commerce along the national road near the small inhabitated centers as well in the main cities.

MARITIME TRANSPORT

LAND AND VEGETATION

EU

SAINT-LOUIS

2012

SAVANNAH STEPPE

DAKAR

CROP FOREST

ASIA

MANGROVES AFRICA

DELTA REGION INH : 13,771,597 % POPULATION GROWTH : 2.53 AREA KM2 : 196,722

LAKE RIK

FLOOD AREA

FLEUVE SENEGAL

DENSITY INH/KM2 : 69.7 % UNEMPLOYMENT : 48

PODOR

LAKE BKIZ

% LITERACY : 39.3 SEMI-DESERT CLIMATE

LIFE EXPECTANCY : 60 YEARS

FOREST OF GOLETE

BIRTH RATE : 36.19/1000 INH

SHORT RAINY SEASON FOOD PRODUCTION: RICE, MILE, ONIONS

INF MORTALITY RATE : 55.16 / 1000 INH

DAGANA

BIL$ EXPORT : 2.41 BIL$ IMPORT : 5.39

DUDJOUDJ NATIONAL PARK

GDP PER CAPITA : 1.81 $ TRIL$ GDP : 22,695 % GDP GROWTH : 4

N2

FOREST OF N’DIOUMOUALO

FOREST OF AMBOURA

7% OF THE POPULATION OF SENEGAL 10% OF THE TERRITORY OF SENEGAL

FOREST OF N’DIOUMDIERI

DENSITY 44 INH /KMQ

FOREST OF M’BAYE

DIAWLING NATIONAL PARK

UNITED KINGDOM

WILDLIFE RESERVE OF NDIAEL

UNITARY PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUTIONAL MONARCHY POUND STERLING

FOREST OF MAKA DIAMA

LAKE OF GUIERS

FOREST OF N’DIAYE

SILVOPASTORAL RESERVE OF SOGOBE

SAINT LOUIS NATIONAL PARK OF THE LANGUE OF BARBARIE

SILVOPASTORAL RESERVE OF SIX FORAGES

WILDLIFE RESERVE OF NDIAEL

INH : 637,429,977 % POPULATION GROWTH : 0.54

N2

AREA KM2 : 243,610

SILVOPASTORAL RESERVE OF RHADAR

DENSITY INH/KM2 : 255.6 % UNEMPLOYMENT : 7.7 % LITERACY : 99

LOUGA

LIFE EXPECTANCY : 80 YEARS BIRTH RATE : 12.22/1000 INH SILVOPASTORAL RESERVE OF BARKEDJIDODJI

INF MORTALITY RATE : 4.44 / 1000 INH BIL$ EXPORT : 4,757 BIL$ IMPORT : 646

FOREST OF BOULIEROBE

SILVOPASTORAL RESERVE OF DIBOULEL

GDP PER CAPITA : 1.81 $ TRIL$GDP : 2,378 % GDP GROWTH : 1.4 source: C.I.A. World Factbook

DAHRA

SILVOPASTORAL RESERVE OF BARKEDJIDODJI


SHIFTING LANDSCAPES ALTIMETRY OF THE LAND

1820 Ile Ndar

Langue de Barbarie

1,00 m 0,00 m

Grand Bras

Langue de Barbarie

Ile Ndar

Atlantic Ocean

Petit Bras

Sor 2012 Ile Ndar

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1,0 km

1,5 km

2,0 km

2,5 km

3,0 km

MAIN DISTRICTS AND INHABITANTS

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AREA: 0.18 KMQ INHABITANTS: 16,652

AREA: 0.15 KMQ INHABITANTS: 6,893

DENSITY: 952 INH/HA

DENSITY: 459INH/HA

- AGRICULTURE // Hinterland

FISHING

INFORMAL TRADES

58% SOR

AREA: 0.71 KMQ INHABITANTS: 10,674

AREA: 2.21 KMQ INHABITANTS: 29,464

DENSITY: 152 INH/HA

DENSITY: 120 INH/HA

6% HINTERLAND

after the construction of the university campus at 10 km from the city the street has become a new axis of urban sprawl

AREA: 0.21 KMQ INHABITANTS: 4,800 DENSITY: 162 INH/HA

AREA: 19.8 KMQ INHABITANTS: 11,400 DENSITY: 6 INH/HA

source : Agence du Developpement Communal de Saint-Louis

ECONOMY

11% TOURISM

F BANGO-NGALELLE

ile Ndar, historic centre of the colonial settlement, is divided in three districts: north, south and centre. It has lost his role of urban centre

18% SERVICES

ILE SUD

TOURISM CRAFTS

9% TEXTILE

C

settelments

PIKINE 1-2-3

born from an informal settlement in the flood area that then has been reclaimed

7% ILE NDAR

E

E

the peninsula, former suburb, is now an independent urban system with its 15 districts in which lives the 60% of the population

43% FORMAL

D FAUBOURG NORD

C

AGRICULTURE OF SUBSISTENCE

57% INFORMAL

B

CRAFTS

source : Agence du Developpement du Saint-Louis

28% FHISHING

SOR

NDAR TOUTE

In March 2004 a new river mouth has been open in the coastal dune in order to evacuate the water of an exceptional flood, doing that the ecosystem has been altered and also the role of the lagoon has changed, now the fishermen can enter in the estuary and discharge the fish in calm water

- FISHING // Langue de Barbarie - TOURISM // Ile Ndar - TRADES // Sor

46% TRADE & SERVICES

F

ILE NDAR

B

this area was built for the richest commerciant in 1850 and now is the main fisherman’s district

THE NEW RIVER MOUTH

each part of the city have its specific sector :

11% TOURISM

BANGO

GUET NDAR

most ancient and inhabited district, characterizeb by lack of services and infrastructures and by informal use of public spaces

MAIN ACTIVITIES

15% TRANSPORTS

A LANGUE DE BARBARIE

main connections

Langue de Barbarie

PRODUCTIVE ACTIVITIES 29% LANGUE DE BARBARIE

A

3,5 km

62% AGRICULTURE AND FISHING

the water is the main element that characterize the landscape, the coastline is constantly redrawn by the tides and floods and the coastal dune is now under erosion because exploiting the existing resources the natural equilibrium of the river mouth has been broken

CHANGE OF COASTAL PROFILE

2,00 m

SECTORS fishermen’s routes


MAIN EMERGENCES

FIELDS OF REDEVELOPMENT

FISHING lack of organization of the riverside lack of facilities for storage and sale overcrowded neighborhood seasonality high unemployment

OLD PORT

TOURISM lack of extended tourist system locals excluded from the revenue

area chosen for the restoration of port functions as the nodal point of public transport, integrating services and public activities: medical clinics, schools, cultural centers, fire station, administrative functions

AGRICULTURE food insufficiency import products

MILITARY AREA DENSITY OF USE

KEY ACTIONS

TOURISM GARBAGE/DEPOSIT FISHING TRAFIC SERVICES

by relocating the military area there is an opportunity to create a new polarity, integrated with other redevelopment projects and a new set of mobility and a rationalized densification

The analysis is focused on enhancing and protecting the city's relationship with water and resolving the main objectives of the plan for the upgrading of the city. Three key elements have emerged in the research phase to protect the urban fabric of the most valuable colonial island (UNESCO heritage) and at the same time improving links with the productive area of the island of fishermen.

BORDERS the intervention focuses on the old side of the island, with the intention of redevelopment as the role of urban axis, public areas, greens, and acting on the street front, limiting the use to dump and delimiting the parking lot of the pirogues

URBAN AXIS ENHANCE THE URBAN EMPTY SPACES

Sor

the intervention focus is to strengthen the role of the longitudinal axis at the level of livability, greens and craftsmanship activities, and in the enhancement and upgrade the transverse axes

CONNECTIONS to ease and to decongest the transit between the island and the Langue de Barbarie, a physical connection will be implemented in several places, also to facilitate the connection between polarity and community services

ENHANCE THE EDGES

Park of Djoudj

SURFACE OF WATER FOR MOBILITY stations (moles-docks) used for transport service influence of the stations for services and activities urban routes linking the islands

MOBILITY 'AND TOURISM ON THE WATER ITSELF

Saint Louis, former capital of Senegal and of the ancient Afrique Occidental Frances is now fighting a relentless downfall since the economic and political activities have moved towards the new capital, Dakar. The unregulated appropriation of pubblic spaces and the city sprawl have led all economic investments towards urban growth rather than to the preservation of the rural and natural landscapes. The typical French colonial settlements is inscribed in the Unesco Heritage list but is more and more abandoned to itself, loosing its original functions as seat of political power now lacks of a defined identity and the colonial urban grid is in contrast with the productive activities of agriculture and fishing that are essential to get by for most of local poorest inhabitants. The slum sprawl has perturbed natureâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s stable balance altering the ecosystem of the river waterscape, Saint Louis and its surrounding waterscape are constantly redrawn by the flooding and shifting of the river and ocean waters and to protect the city from the floods the river banks have been turned into city limits, separating one side from the other. The result has been the segregation between the inhabitants of the colonial island and those of the Langue de Barbarie, the fishermenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s island. The unregulated use of the space and the lack of infrastrucure makes more difficult the lifes of those living in the slums and the preservation of the natural and historical heritage.

Langue de

Barbarie

suburban routes and itineraries along the Senegal

Sor

the plan is designed from the need to decongest the links between the islands and to exploit the many unused boats present. Nodal points have been selected , both in the two islands and in the Langue de Barbarie, in relation to the presence of basic services and activities for the community and focusing on some key points, including the redevelopment of the old port project. the plan differs in: URBAN CIRCUIT service provided in particular by taxi-pirogues CONNECTIONS AND TOURIST ROUTES

Park of the Langue de Barbarie

connect the city (ile) with the places along the river Senegal and the natural attractions, the National Park of Djoudj and the National Park of the Langue de Barbarie, through the use of canoes and larger boats

MAIN POLATIRY (markets) STATIONS FOR PUBLIC TRANSPORT SERVICES AND ACTIVITIES (hospitals, cultural centers, schools, hotels, production areas, sports equipment)


3

location program

MEDIO AMNUM

MILANO, ITALY URBAN PROJECT, MUSEUM

year

PROJECT SITE AND MAIN POLARITIES

2011

RESIDENTIAL AREA

ABANDONED RAILWAY PROJECT SITE

500 M TO THE CITY CENTRE

EXISTING CANAL STRATEGIC INTERVENTION AREA

100 M TO THE CITY AGRICULTURAL PARK AND THE HINTERLAND

COMMERCIAL AREA AND MIXED USES

RENEWAL OF THE FORMER INDUSTRIAL AREA INTO A NEW FASHION AND DESIGN DISTRICT

This area is one of the most interesting in the city of Milan, characterized for change of use in this last years, is now a place full of potentialities because of its proximity to the city center and to one of the commercial area which is now involved in important project or renewal and for the connection with the biggest agricultural park of the city and the hinterland. The site project has been enclosed for years in between the railway and the canal leaving this area unexploited and separing the residential area in the north from the services and utilities in the south.

KEY ACTIONS CONNECTING THE GREEN HINTERLAND WITH THE CITY CENTER

NEW RELATIONSHIP WITH THE CANAL EXISTING CANAL

NEW CANAL

NEW CONNECTIONS ROAD

CYCLE PATH

TRAM

TRAM STOP

CONNECTING THE TWO SIDES AND DENSIFY

MASTER PLAN The urban layout chosen, a derivation of the typical Milanese court, reconnects the tissue in the north and south of the canal to the existing roads. The north side is characterized by a new channel and a large park which, deriving its nature depending on the context, suggests the inland canals of Milan offering different landscapes within the city.

A NATURE PARK

B URBAN PARK

C EQUIPPED PARK

D SQUARE OF WATER

A

B

C

D


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+50.20

2

+43.80

3 4

A

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6

B C 5

GROUND FLOOR 0

1 2 3 4 5 6

TRAM STOP SHOPS SQUARE PARKING WATER MUSEUM WATER SQUARE

+31.00

+24.60

40 m

+18.20

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+13.80

+9.40

+6 +5.00

SECTION A 0

+5

20 m

+4 +3

SECTION C 0

+2

5m

+1 PT

The project has the aim of recreating inside the building the sensation of being inside a cave made by a r i v e r, w h e r e o n e c a n h e a r p e o p l e m o v i n g a n d i m a g i n e w a t e r f a l l i n g d r o p b y d r o p . T h e r a m p s a r e c o n t i n o u s w i t h n o i n t e r r u p t i o n a n d o n e h a s t h e s e n s a t i o n o f b e i n g t r a n s p o r t e d b y w a t e r.

SECTION B 0

20 m

-1

AXONOMETRY MASTERPLAN CHURCH OF ST. CRISTOFORO

WATER MUSEUM

TRAM STATION

TEMPORARY EXHIBITION

PERMANENT EXHIBITION

EXECUTIVE AREA

AXONOMETRY STRUCTURE MIXED USE AREA

NEW CANAL RESIDENTIAL AREA

STATION

SKATE PARK

MUSEUM OFFICE-COMMERCIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL SPORTS EQUIPMENT PARKING

ROWING CLUB


4

PLAINE ARISES

location

ROVIGO, ITALY

program year

OFFICES, SERVICES, PARK 2010

The given area was a suburban area of the city of Rovigo, for which we had to project a new directive center, where the new offices of public administration would be based. As the area was quite large, and the presence of nature was considerable although neglected, the project envisaged a new park filling all the area, improving the system of water canals and vegetations distinctive of this area of Italy. Also a lake is provided. The park is characterized by an artificial relief of the ground, by which a network of paths is created, which leads to the center of the park where the directive center is located, like a large ‘fissure’ of the ground.

MAIN ACCES POINT TO THE SITE

CREATE A LANDSCAPING PATTERN CONNECTING THE RESIDENTIAL AREA

IDENTIFY MAIN NODES AND CREATE WATER LANDSCAPE AND GREEN BUFFER

LANDSCAPING PATTERN DEFINE PATHS AND ROUTE

A RIVER ADIGE

CYCLE CONNECTION TO ALL ITALY C

B

NEW CYCLE TOWERS LAND MARK CONNECTION LAKE

DIRECTIONAL CENTER

SERVICES

VALORISATION OF TYPICAL LANDSCAPE

NEW PARK AND LAND MARK A B

C

ADIGE NATIONAL RIVER The river Adige is one of the largest in Italy. It passes through many cities in the northeast of the country and along its sides is one of the longest cycle paths of Italy. MAIN INFRASTRUCTURE

UNIVERSITY

many investements have been made in this area to transform the ex-industrial area into a new neighborhood, from the reactivation of the former sugar factory and strengthening the university.

FAIR CENTER

ROVIGO Rovigo is a small town of Veneto (region) and is famous for its typical plain landscape with many canals and waterways. In recent years there have been a lot of investements to reconnect the city to its environmental heritage

TRAIN STATION CITY CENTER

MASTERPLAN m

0

20

50

100


1

1

PUBBLIC OFFICES

2

CAFETERIA

3

PRIVATE OFFICES

4

SHOPS

5

STORAGE

6

OFFICES FOR RENT

7

PARKING

1 2 3 3 7

4

5

6

6

A precise requirement of the project was the presence of a distinctive element with a considerable height, by which the city of Rovigo wanted to give visibility to its new public offices. Our project complies with this request with two high buildings, two simple prismatic volumes characterized by a crystal surface covering, facing the lake.

5

5

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0

4

10

20

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0

2

5

10

SECTION


6

VENARIA REALE, TORINO, ITALY location program UNIVESRSITY CAMPUS, SOCIAL HOUSING, SPORTS CENTER

T(H)REES CONNECTIONS

year

LA MANDRIA REGIONAL PARK the biggest encolosed park in europe (more than 3000ha), was the royal hunting reserve

PROJECT AREA in the chosen area there is the MAGNETI abandoned factory, to be demolished

REGGIA OF VENARIA REALE the Reggia di Venaria is the royal huntig residence of Savoy, restored and opened to the public in 2007, it is now one of italy’s five most visited cultural sites, declared also part of UNESCO’s World Heritage

2009

ROYAL GARDENS after a complex restoration the gardens have been also reconstructed and are now location for summer exhibitions and music festivals

TOWN OF VENARIA REALE the historical city center was built as part of the complex of the royal palace, in the 20th century the city grew as an industrial satellite town of Torino, nowadays is interested by phenomena of vacancy and decay

ABANDONED FACTORY TO BE DEMOLISHED

C U LT URAL

2

NEW PARK CONNECTING THE TOWN TO LA MANDRIA

3

1

The project proposes the requalification of a vast area occupied by Magneti Marelli factory, no longer in use, thanks to the realization of a big cultural centre, where important cultural institutions will be located: a museum, a library, an auditorium, and a university campus . The cultural centre aims to interact with the big flux of tourist generated by Venaria Reale Royal Palace, enhancing cultural events reach and helping the development of Venaria Reale town. The remarkable dimension of the area, as well as remarkable natural elements such as La Mandria Regional Park, the river and the Royal Gardens, had led us to imagine a new vast park for the area. The park is composed by different typologies of vegetations in order to connect the area to its pherypheral borders, also bringing the natural presence close to the city center. New buildings would be immersed in the green and are morphologically designed to create filter space between interior and exterior spaces, as well as private and public spaces, enhacing the feeling of walking through a forest.

2

LIBR

3

CULTURAL CENTER

SOCIAL HOUSING

A

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L A M A ND RI A R EGI ONA L PAR K

SPORT CENTER

B

B A

C C

RIVER ROOF DESIGN

R OYA L GA RDENS

R EGGI A OF VEN A R IA REA LE

RESIDENTIAL AREA VIEW

ROOF DETAIL

TOWN

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6

CLIFF HOSTEL

location program

HOSTEL

year

1 RECEPTION

LOCATION

COAST OF PUGLIA, ITALY

BUILDING LOT 28,5 X 21 m

the project took inspiration from the reef on the coast and wanted to optimize the building lot, achieving a construction that could protect itself from the sun in the summer and take advantage of the breeze from the sea

2 LIVING AREA 1 4 3

2009

HOSTEL

kitchen living room internet point

2 5

3 SLEEPING AREA toilets 12 beds 4 BICYCLES DEPOSIT

6

5 KAYAKS DEPOSIT 6 JETTY ROOF PLAN SUD OVEST FRONT VIEW

DAKU STABIFILTER SFE DAKU FSD 30 WATERPROOFING LAYER ANTI-ROOT RAW BOARDING

KERB OF TUFF PERIMETER DRAINAGE IN GRAVEL

GLASS WOOL INSULATION STRIPS CENTRE-TO-CENTRE 60 CM KLH PANEL 5S - 14,6 CM GLASS WOOL INSULATION STRIPS CENTRE-TO-CENTRE 60 CM VIDIWALL PANEL

VIDIWALL PANEL

SHAPED MULTILAYER PANEL ACQUAPANEL SLAB

STRIPS CENTRE-TO-CENTRE 60 CM GLASS WOOL INSULATION

PAVING IN THERMWOOD OVER ALUMINIUM PROFILES AND BEDDING WITH SLOPE

PARQUETED ON RED OAK BEDDING CAST WITH ELECTROWELDED WIRE SUBSTRATE FOR SYSTEM INTEGRATION POLYSTYRENE INSULATION RAFT FOUNDATION

LAP SIDING WITH TULIPWOOD

BEDDING

ACQUAPANEL SLAB GLASS WOOL INSULATION STRIPS CENTRE-TO-CENTRE 60 CM MULTILAYER KLH 5S - 12,8 CM AXONOMETRY STRUCTURE DETAIL

AXONOMETRY

VIDIWALL PANEL

SUD OVEST FRONT VIEW

AXONOMETRY STRUCTURE

SUD EST FRONT VIEW

CONNECTION OF SHAPED PANEL OF THE FACADE


T HE UN CO NVE N TIO NA L CI TY

PLAN ARISES

location

BOLOGNA, ITALY

location

ROVIGO, ITALY

program

RENEWAL, INDIPENDENT CULTURAL CENTER

program

OFFICES, SERVICES, PARK

year

2010

tutor

SERGIO ZANICHELLI

year

2013

tutor

NICOLA MARZOT, GIUSEPPE SAPONARO

WATER AS HERITAGE

T(H)REES CONNECTIONS

location

SAINT LOUIS, SNEGAL, AFRICA

location

VENARIA REALE, TORINO, ITALY

program

CITY PLANNING, URBANISM

program

year

2012

UNIVERSITY CAMPUS, SOCIAL HOUSING, SPORTS CENTER

tutor

ROMEO FARINELLA

year

2009

tutor

ALFONSO FEMIA

MEDIO AMNUM

CLIFF HOSTEL

location

MILANO, ITALY

location

COAST OF PUGLIA, ITALY

program

URBAN PROJECT , MUSEUM

program

HOSTEL

year

2011

year

2009

tutor

GABRIELE LELLI

tutor

PIETROMARIA DAVOLI


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