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_O MA NI P A V I L I O N

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_O MA NI P A V I L I O N C o l l a b o r a t i o nwi t hF . L i b r i z z i _Mu s q a t , Oma n

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_RE/INTERPRET

Metabolism of a City_Brooklin

_The project is a reinterpretation of spaces and functions in the ex industrial district of red hook, Brooklyn. The site has many issues including strong division from the rest of Brooklyn caused by the presence of a important infrastructure, lack of facilities, water pollution, and flooding during the rains. In addition, there are problems also on a social level because the population is not involved in the economic life of the district. The fundamental aim was to redesign the waterfront and create a green belt will absorb the water like a sponge that continues to rise


The reconnection of Red Hook to Brooklyn and Manhattan is promoted by a series of infrastructure linked to mobility, such as pedestrian paths , stations. and car sharing Also has been modified path of the bus line to connect all parts of the site. The elevated road, which is now the main cause of separation, is used as a large covered area, and creates special “entrance gates� in Red Hook. From the gates, depart 4 axes leading to the new waterfront. The 3 axes are strongly characterized by new public duties such as outdoor markets, new services and new cultural centers as a library and an exhibition space. The new proposals are located within the vacant lots and abandoned buildings that are redesigned and re-used. The fourth strand is the Gowanus canal itself, and along it are distributed activities and buildings dedicated to the reclamation of polluted water, environmental monitoring and study of new techniques for remediation.


The new waterfront has been reshaped in order to create a more gentle gradient towards the water. The structures obsolete and no longer usable as some docks have been dismantled. The perimeter of the area that overlooks the water, after the intervention presents a fluid and uniform features a new porosity The green belt is no longer waterproof and allows the absorption and drainage of rain water and reduces the risk of rain joining the sewer. Structure mounted on the arm of the existing ‘�hook� act as magnets, attractive points of the quarter. They are big box-like structures that are built through materials from old industrial structures of iron in order to recycle and preserve the industrial identity of the place . Each one is oriented to frame as a telescope, landmarks of Manhattan and create an immediate visual connection with the opposite shore. The structures on the water that are proposed are floating structures on which is placed a cultivation of algae, capable of restoring the ecosystem of the water and promote the regeneration of microorganisms and fauna. The cultivation of algae is structured through a grid, but the algae will be left free to grow and merge with each other forming a sort of archipelago


_RE/MEDIATION

”LaboratorioBrindisi”_Post Industrial Landscape

_”LaboratorioBrindisi” is a book published as the result of the Town Planning Design Workshop 2012/13, held by professors Isabella Inti, Pier Paolo Tamburelli and Vittorio Pizzigoni for the Master Degree in Architecture of the Faculty of Architettura e Società of Politecnico di Milano. This course has been part of a broader investigation project on Italian industrial realities characterized by a highly compromised environment, declared by the government as S.I.N. - Sites of National Interest. LaboratorioBrindisi constitutes the second step of a deeper investigation on the SIN reality in Italy and afterwards concretize this research in the proposal of a future scenario for the Brindisi SIN area. The aim of this book is to constitute an useful tool for the actors who might be involved in the future of the area


_Project strategy


_Phase #1 The transformation and upgrading of the area begins with a plan for communication and experimentation between landart, wetlands and new production of biomass for bio-plastic supply chain. Public soil is analysed and partially remediated by planting special types of trees and plants. Along the rivers new vegetation is planted. The green park is then set up and services are provided inside it. Also the first corn fields are planted, in order to produce energy for the new biomass plant. _PHASE #2 New pedestrian paths are built on the coastline. The open air museum begins to offer workshops, and learning activities. Corn and sunflowers’ fields are set, which will produce energy for the new biomass plant, situated in the Eni-Versalis area. _PHASE #3 The park is treated with bioremediation and phytoremediation. At the end of the process a fish farming site is opened. New fields of corn and sunflowers are created to generate even more energy for the bioplastic production. The park is fully accessible and equipped, and a new type of production is settled in the industrial area. People can now benefit from a series of services, from the park to the educational activities in the open air museum


_Phytoremediation The technique proposed is anchored in the abundant cultivation of carefully selected plants, which thanks to their natural growth process, absorb and process the contaminants or affect them by the substances introduced into the soil around the roots. First of them is Enhanced Rhizosphere Biodegradation that appears near to the roots, which release nutrients for the microorganisms in the earth around and provide a natural illage. The most popular plant used for this technique is Populus. Additionally, phytoremediation is associated with the biomass energy production. The process is applicable for the remediation of metals, pesticides, solvents, crude oil, PAHs, and landfill leachates and organic pollutants already present in the site’s soil. Since phytoremediation is anchored in the rooting potential of the plant, in the terrains, like Brindisi, where we face pollution of the aquifer, an important role can by played by trees. They can remove and store a large amount of metals from the water and metabolize organic compounds


_RE/THINK In “Between” Campus New spaces for Politecnico di Milano


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_RE/SHAPE

New public spaces for the historic city

The project is settled in the fascinating mountain of the Republic of San Marino. During a competition, I proposed three new types of public spaces that can attract tourism and the local population. The new spaces were designed according to various activities that are held every year by the Republic of San Marino. The landscape consists of a hierarchy of different elements: topography, the historic city walls and the influx of tourists. The public spaces interact with nature trails and with historic walls


_Project Strategy


The new spaces are arranged in modular units that are repeated at various scales, such as flooring, green and buildings. All the structures are composed by the repetition of prefabricated modules easy to assemble and disassemble. Their layout follow a preordained grid and run along the routes


Blocks are arranged in a manner to allow the permeability of space and make  accessible the passage between the three public spaces. Similarly, the themed gardens and green spaces for sport, follow the same strategy creating an alternation of geometric landscapes that change according to the seasons and depending on the activities that are scheduled by the municipality


Giulia

Galluzzo

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