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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IV edition / 19th - 23th May 2014 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Manila. The case of the Pasig River Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones

Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano

Mary Ann Espina

Dean, UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

participation in:

Jose Danilo Silvestre

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Michael Tomeldan

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Grace Ramos

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Gerard Rey Lico

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Cristopher Stonewall Espina

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Dolores Cecilia Madrid

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Emmanuel David Litonjua

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Maureen Anne Araneta

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Rene Luis Mata

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Kelvin de Chavez

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Gerard Thomas Joson

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Enrico Tabafunda

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Raymond Andrew Sih

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Glenn Orbon

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Olivia Sicam

Arch., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines tutors arch. Junior Davide Crippa, arch. Luca Scalingi organization: arch. Marco Grassi, arch. Luca Scalingi sites: University of Philippines, College of Architecture, Diliman, Quezon City

Scuola di Architettura Civile - Politecnico di Milano College of Architecture - University of Philippines


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN IV edition / 19th - 23th May 2014 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Manila. The case of the Pasig River Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones

Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano

Mary Ann Espina

Dean, UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

participation in:

Jose Danilo Silvestre

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Michael Tomeldan

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Grace Ramos

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Gerard Rey Lico

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Cristopher Stonewall Espina

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Dolores Cecilia Madrid

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Emmanuel David Litonjua

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Maureen Anne Araneta

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Rene Luis Mata

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Kelvin de Chavez

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Gerard Thomas Joson

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Enrico Tabafunda

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Raymond Andrew Sih

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Glenn Orbon

Prof., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines

Olivia Sicam

Arch., UP College of Architecture - University of Philippines tutors arch. Junior Davide Crippa, arch. Luca Scalingi organization: arch. Marco Grassi, arch. Luca Scalingi sites: University of Philippines, College of Architecture, Diliman, Quezon City

Scuola di Architettura Civile - Politecnico di Milano College of Architecture - University of Philippines

organization POLITECNICO DI MILANO SCUOLA DI ARCHITETTURA CIVILE

UNVERSITY OF PHILIPPINES COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

THE PLACE

IL LUOGO

The select area for the activities of planning of the “International Workshop of Urban and Architectural Design” it is placed in the territory of Manila City, capital of Philippines and city stung of reference for Metro Manila. The area, is defined as perimeter of the historical Pasig River, center of development, military and strategic before, sussitenza and commercial then, to reach the transport and neuralgic point of the local industrialization degi last thirty years. Place that offers the opportunity to compare him with the matters of strong housing density, different urban reality as the lack of infrastructures, of structure of the territory and accorpamento of the city functions.

L’area scelta per le attività di progettazione del “International Workshop of Urban and Architectural Design” si situa nel territorio di Manila City, capitale delle Filippine e città punto di riferimento per Metro Manila. L’area, è definita come perimetro dello storico fiume Pasig, centro di sviluppo, militare e strategico prima, di sussitenza e commerciale poi, per arrivare al trasporto e punto nevralgico dell’industrializzazione locale degi ultimi trent’anni. Luogo che offre l’opportunità di confrontarsi con le questioni di forte densità abitativa, diversa realtà urbana come la mancanza di infrastrutture, di struttura del territorio e di accorpamento delle funzioni cittadine.

PROJECT AREA

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

MANILA Analysis of the level overflow

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Tullahan River Marikina River San Juan River Pasig River Mangganan Stream

Overflow level > 3m Overflow level > 1/3m Overflow level > 1m Metro Manila Manila City Waterways - Major Waterways - Minor

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River LEGENDA LEGENDA LEGENDA SVILUPPO STORICO SVILUPPO STORICO

rete sistema idrografico - costa HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT SVILUPPO STORICO rete sistema idrografico - costa SVILUPPO STORICO rete sistema idrografico 2013 suolo rete sistema costa 2013 ground- costa 2013idrografico --suolo

MANILA Hydric Supply System Map

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2013 2013 -- acque acque 1955 suolo 1955 ground 1955 --suolo 1955 suolo 1955--acque suolo 1955 1955 sea 1955 --acque 1955 acque 1955 - acque 1945 - suolo 1945 ground 1945 --suolo 1945 suolo 1945 suolo 1945 --acque 1945 sea 1945 - acque 1945 acque 1945 - acque 1915 - suolo 1915 ground 1915 --suolo 1915 suolo 1915 suolo 1915 --acque 1915 sea 1915 - acque 1915 1915 -- acque acque 1884 - suolo 1884 ground 1884 --suolo 1884 suolo 1884--acque suolo 1884 1884 sea 1884 --acque 1884 1884 -- acque acque 1762 - suolo 1762 ground 1762 --suolo 1762 suolo 1762--acque suolo 1762 1762 sea 1762 --acque 1762 acque 1762 - acque OROGRAFIA OROGRAFIA OROGRAFIA OROGRAPHY 0m 250 m 0m 250 m +0 +250 00 m 250 mm 250 m mm 275 m 25 m 25 m 275 m +25 +275 25 275 mm 25 m mm 300 m 50 m 300 m 50 m +50 +300 300 mm 50 50 m mm 325 m 75 m 325 m 75 m +75 +325 325 mm 75 75 m mm 100 m 350 m 100 m 350 m +100 +350 100 350 mm 100 m mm 125 m 375 m 125 m 375 m +125 +375 125 375 mm 125 m mm 400 m 150 m 150 m 400 m 150 400 mm +150 +400 150 m mm 425 m 175 m 175 m 425 m +175 +425 175 425 mm 175 m mm 450 m 200 m 450 m 200 m 450 mm +200 +450 200 200 m mm 225 m 225 m +225 225 225 m mm SISTEMA DELLA RACCOLTA DELLE ACQUE SISTEMA DELLA RACCOLTA DELLE ACQUE aree di esondazione: SISTEMA DELLA SISTEMA DELLA RACCOLTA RACCOLTA DELLE ACQUE ACQUE OVERFLOW AREASDELLE aree di esondazione:

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MANILA - Hydric Supply System Map ANALYSIS - Zoom Maps

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8 - 9 m 10 - 1110 m> 3 m >viario -Inondazioni 12- 11 - 12 e ancoraggio e ancoraggio > Sistema 1m >1m > 2 m > 2Sistema stradale m5 - 6 m 7 - 8 - 97m stradale stradale stradale fognaria ferroviaria ferroviaria Ferry Line200 Ferry Line fognario Sistema di navigazione del fiumeprivati Pasig:privati fermate Prohibition 1. b 1. binodo fondità Divieto di pesca LRT Rete Rete Rete attracchi of anchoring >3m - 11 - 12 >1m >2m e ancoraggio stradale stradale fognaria ferroviaria privati Ferry Line 2007 2008 1. binodo 1. plaza mexico 3. lawton Sistema Sistema Sistema fognario fognario fognarioSistema Inondazioni Inondazioni Inondazioni FLOODING LEVELS Sistema Sistema viario viario viario Sistema Sistema Sistema di didi navigazione navigazione navigazione del del del fiume fiume fiume Pasig: Pasig: Pasig: fermate fermate fermate 4. quiapo 2. binodo >1m >2m >3m di pesca pesca pesca LRT LRT LRT Rete Rete Rete Rete Rete Rete Rete Rete Rete attracchi attracchi attracchi progetto progetto progetto 2009 2009 2009 >>3 >viario 3m 3mm >>1 >1m 1mm >>2 >2m 2m m ggio gio ggio stradale stradale stradale stradale fognaria fognaria fognaria ferroviaria ferroviaria ferroviaria privati privati privati 2007 2007 2007 2008 2008 2008 Ferry Ferry Ferry Line Line Line (non (non (non realizzato): realizzato): realizzato): Sistema fognario Sistema Sistemastradale distradale navigazione del fiume Pasig: fermate Sewerage lawton lawton lawton1.1.1. 1.1.1. binodo binodo binodo 1.1.1. plaza plaza plaza mexico mexico mexico3.3.3. parola parola parola3.3.3. del del del pan pan pan bridge bridg brid LRT Rete Rete Rete attracchi progetto 2009 system 4.4.4. quiapo quiapo quiapo2.2.2. 2.2.2. binodo binodo binodo baselo baselo baselo 4.4.4. jones jones jones bridge bridge bridge >3m stradale stradale fognaria ferroviaria privati Ferry Line 2007 2008 oggi (non realizzato): 1. binodo 1. plaza mexico 3. lawton 1. parola 3. del pan bridge 5. mar arthur bridge 1. plaza me INFRASTRUCTURE NETWORK ognario nario o Sistema Sistema viario Sistema viario viario Sistema di navigazione del fiume Pasig: fermate Sistema Sistema di navigazione di navigazione deldel fiume fiume Pasig: Pasig: fermate fermate 2. binodo 4. quiapo 2. baselo 4. jones bridge 6. arroceros 2. binodo Train line Rete LRTLRT LRTLRT ReteReteRoad Rete ReteRete attracchi attracchi attracchi progetto 2009 progetto progetto 2009 2009 3. lawton stradaleferroviaria stradalestradale stradale aria stradale stradale ferroviariaprivati ferroviaria privati 20072008 2008 Ferry privati (non realizzato): 2007 2008 oggi oggioggi Ferry Ferry Line LineLine2007 (non (non realizzato): realizzato): 1.mexico plaza mexico 3. lawton 1. plaza mexico 1. plaza 3. lawton 3. lawton 1. binodo 1.mexico plaza mexico 1. parola 3. del pan bridge 1. binodo 1. binodo 1. plaza 1. plaza mexico 1. parola 1. parola 3. del pan bridge 3. del pan bridge 5. mar arthur bridge 5. mar arthur bridge 5. mar arthur bridge WATERWAY PASIG SYSTEM ema di navigazione fiume Pasig: Sistema didel navigazione delfermate fiume Pasig: fermate 2. binodo 4. quiapo 2. binodo 2. binodo 4. quiapo 2. binodo4. quiapo 2. baselo 4.bridge jones bridge 2. binodo 2. binodo 2. baselo 2. baselo 4. jones bridge 4. jones 6. arroceros 6. arroceros 6. arroceros Private Network attracchi progetto 2009 progetto 2009 ete attracchi Network 0 3. lawton 3. lawton 3. lawton moor made in made in 2007 2008 2007 privati Ferry Line 2007Line 2008 oggi (non realizzato):(non realizzato): erroviaria privati Ferry 2008 oggi Network System 1. plaza plazabridge mexico1. plaza mexico lawton 1. binodo mexico1.3.plaza 1. parola 3. del 1. pan bridge 3. lawton 1. binodo mexico parola 3. del panarthur bridgebridge progetto 2009 5. mar 5. mar 1. arthur designed at today 2. binodo quiapo 2. baselo 4. jones bridge 4. jones in(non 2009 realizzato): 2. binodo 4. oggi quiapo 2.4.binodo 2. baselo bridge 6. arroceros oggi 2. binodo 6. arroceros 3. lawton 0 0 0 100100100 200200200 3. lawton plaza 3.. mar lawton 1. bridge parola 3.1.del panmexico bridge 5. mar arthur bridge 1. plaza mexico arthur binodo 2. binodo 4.. arroceros quiapo 2. baselo 4.2.jones bridge 6. arroceros 3. lawton 3. lawton DEEP SEABED

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Student research Workshop URBAN REGENERATION - Port Cities

COPENHAGEN A landmark path along the river

GENOVA The new harbour for a new urban centre

ROTTERDAM A linked resumption

SINGAPORE A new urban identity

SYDNEY An icona of requalification

For a small city, Copenhagen is home of world-class architecture. This is thanks to the national desire to make buildings that are both interesting and sustainable to design the riverside. The Copenhagen Opera House is the most famous building, donated by the Møller and McKinney Foundation and designed by the architect Henning Larsen. Other important architecture on the river are the Black Diamond, the Royal Danish Playhouse, Copenhagen Harbour Baths, the Gemini Residence and the UN City.

In 1992, the Municipality of Genoa organizes works with the primary objective of restoring the link between the port and the historic city, which had loose ties with the construction of the speedway. The connection between the old town and the area of the old port is Piazza Caricamento and the project includes the renovation and restoration of historic buildings and the construction of new facilities such as the Aquarium, the Bigo and the Biosphere.

The Kop van Zuid project reprogrammed Rotterdam and connected the north to the south. It was built on old, abandoned port areas on the south bank of the Nieuwe Maas that was always known as the weaker side of Rotterdam. Kop van Zuid is an attractive and vibrant urban area that stimulate the economy and satisfy the demand of a service oriented location. Erasmus Bridge is a cablestayed bridge across the Nieuwe Maas and represent the symbol of the project.

Marina Bay is a bay near Central Area of Singapore with commercial, residential, hotel and entertainment areas, that represents a new urban centre for the city. The Singapore government spent $35 million to complete the 3.5 km Waterfront Promenade around Marina Bay with the Youth Olympic Park, Marina Bay City Gallery and Gardens by the Bay located. Private buildings like Marina Bay Sands Resort, projected by architect Moshe Safdie, are located in the bay too.

Darling Harbour is a harbour adjacent to the city centre of Sydney. Most of its fame is thanks to the construction of the Sydney Opera House projected by danish architect Jørn Utzon that represents the fulcrum of the area. It is also a large recreational and pedestrian precinct that is situated on western outskirts of the Sydney central business district and it is home of a number of major public facilities and attractions. it was originally part of the commercial port of the city.

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London is situated on the River Thames. Was founded as a Roman colony, Londinium, located on the north shore; in later times, with extensions of the city, this has expanded to the other side of the Thames, but the area south of London has been considered a suburb, which is why over the course of the river were placed industrial areas. Only in the second half of the twentieth century the south bank has been redeveloped; many current projects for the conversion of areas of the city are industrial developments.

The original center foundation of the Roman city of Florence dates back to 59 BC The town developed in the tenth century and became an independent municipality in 1115 and in the Middle Ages became an important cultural, commercial and financial center: it was during its historic expansion that the city recognized to the Arno an increasingly important role. On November 4, 1966, the face of the city changed completely when the river overflew hitting not only the historical center but the entire basin.

The historical thresholds expansion of Seoul show the theme of the centrality of the Cheonggyecheon river, and were developed following the principles of Feng Schui, so the city has undergone a decentralization expanding only on the north bank of the Han River. With the successive historical thresholds has returned to the centralization of the river through a natural development of settlement areas, which, with the exponential increase of the population, have crossed the river Han, breaking the natural boundary.

The city of Lugdunum was founded in 43 BC on the Fourvière hill, the site used as a basis to Caesar’s Gallic expedition. But the Saone and the Rhone soon became central to Renaissance Lyon who made the presqu’île the starting point of its expansion. The Industrial Revolution weakened this centrality: the containment of the Rhône allowed a greater mastery of the stream, which pushed the economic center to the east. This led the town to elaborate numerous development plans in order to “rebalance” the city, bringing back the two rivers in the center.

The city of Lugdunum was founded in 43 BC on the Fourvière hill, the site used as a basis to Caesar’s Gallic expedition. But the Saone and the Rhone soon became central to Renaissance Lyon who made the presqu’île the starting point of its expansion. The Industrial Revolution weakened this centrality: the containment of the Rhône allowed a greater mastery of the stream, which pushed the economic center to the east. This led the town to elaborate numerous development plans in order to “rebalance” the city, bringing back the two rivers in the center.

River Old river position Area of flooding Historical thresholds

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PUBLIC SPACES Retrieve the banks of the river as an urban place CITY FOUNDATION Enter into new urban relationships the presence of Intramuros monument

LINAER CITY Functional organization along the urban river THE RIVER The Pasig River as architectural place, urban episode

MANILA - Pasig Area DESIGN THEMES

MOUTH Mouth of the Pasig and the nearly coast could become a potential urban regeneration WATER FRONT The boundary between land and sea: commercial, tourism, swimming activity

ACCESSIBILITY Puntual element which determines relationship between different spaces BRIDGES Infrastructure as chance for urban planning

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

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HALO - HALO, MELTING POT

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Luca Buttino, Valentina Colonnesi, Timothy Ong, Ma. A. K. Ramos, Hyun Sungwon

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SOCIAL RIVER SPACES

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Martina Cermenati, Thysia Kleijwegt, Clizia Patruno

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FLOATING ONNECTION

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Luca Bertassi, Chiara Cappi, Arielle Castillejos, Mariagiulia Di Lizia, Josef Ponce

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PASIG RIVER: PUBLIC SPACE GENERATOR

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Giulia Cerutti, Teodora Fornasari, Carlo Llanto, Lea Manuel, Nicole Ruspa

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A LINEAR PARK FOR MANILA

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A WAY TO GREEN

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Chistofer J. Bangayan, Louie Posadas, Serena Salvi, Stefano Spotti, Mariachiaria Vinati

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Elijah M.M. Catbacan, Jose R.V. Fabia, Axel Magnenot, Erica Mangiacotti, Claudia I.V. Montero

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Carlos C. Borromeo, Voana L.R. Dungca, Nicolò Paolino, Alessandra Sergi, Greta Vitali

Charles Boris M. Manez, Giulia Martini, Andrea Piatti, Nino Angelico M. Ricardo

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River HALO - HALO MELTING POT Based on the analysis of the project map we have chosen to tackle the issue of the edges of the main Manila’s river, the Pasig, and to propose an urban regeneration based on specific interventions. In the specific case we want to create a connection between different districts to the north and south of the river, through an infrastructure, a system of pedestrian bridges and paths. Integrating these elements in temperamentally different areas of the city, the intent is to create and define areas and public spaces on the riverfront that could be the beginning of a more large-scale urban regeneration. In particular,

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Project Map in part adjacent to Pasig where it engage the heads of the bridges, the project seeks to create belvedere places or squares that create spaces for the community, missing the entire city of Manila. We then studied the area adjacent to ‘Intramuros’, where, through the redevelopment of the docks and the design of a pedestrian bridge has gone into creating the link between the two districts of China Town and the “old town”, which had not previously direct report. We chose to take the “Vernacular” typology by using it for the cover of crossing, thereby creating a reference with the local culture in order to fit into the urban context.

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Martina Cermenati, Thysia Kleijwegt, Clizia Patruno

SOCIAL RIVER SPACES really enter the area. With respect to the edges of the river, the intension is again to make place for the river by making a social area. Therefor we made three types of river sides: streets, walking pads and green areas. These are along the river to gain the water in flooding periods over the full length to protect the land. With these modifications the general look of the riverside remains the same, and since a big part has their historical and cultural values, this seemed to be very important. Summarized, the aim of the project is to create a varicosity of spaces and places by considering the needs of the different situations. By doing this, we found a solution to a technical and social problem in one.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River FLOATING CONNECTION From viewing Manila, the feeling was about a very chaotic and teeming city, but contrarily the course of the Pasig is an area a lot less populated, showing an image very far from the crowded city that it seems to be. For this reason, our project focuses on the Pasig river. By the positioning floating and equipped platforms along the shores, the main goal is to offer to the inhabitants, new ways and new motivation to live the river. The idea puts its bases on the Philippines vernacular tradition that, thanks to the prosperity of the city river commercial activity, have developed a strong tradition if housing and living on the river, in a real and very direct relation to it. In the actual project, following the geometry of the course of the river, the platforms are designed to create different shapes and different ways to interact to each other. More on, observing the course of the river, it has been noticed how it is physically and

GROUP 3 Luca Bertassi, Chiara Cappi, Arielle Castillejos, Mariagiulia Di Lizia, Josef Ponce

Project Map indeed separate from the city life through a cement wall along the bank; for this reason, the first intervention to be done is changing the bank configuration, eliminating the separation while giving it a disposition that leads the people to approach the river, by soft inclination and vast stair. The new configuration of the shore allows the access to the platforms that are nearly a natural prolongation of the city. The floating system has been dealt with so that it is possible to follow the level of the water during wet or dry season; in this way, they are enjoyable during the whole year, even if they assume different configurations during different periods. We believe that the characteristic of temporariness it is fundamental for the project, not only for a year time, but even in long terms speaking: some the platforms can be removed, substituted or increased over and over in time.

Plan

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

GROUP 3

Luca Bertassi, Chiara Cappi, Arielle Castillejos, Mariagiulia Di Lizia, Josef Ponce

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

GROUP 4

Giulia Cerutti, Teodora Fornasari, Carlo Llanto, Lea Manuel, Nicole Ruspa

PASIG RIVER: PUBLIC SPACE GENERATOR Metro Manila is a city made of several parts which are very different one from the other because of the difficult relationships between them. The Pasig River is an element of caesura in the city and due to the pollution is not possible to consider it like an element of merit. This in the situation in which the project was made. It is based on two focuses: bring the Pasig River at its natural centrality and reconnect the different part of the city. For the first point we focused our intervention directly on the water. With floating platforms located in front of the Post Office we want to create a public space that, whit the connection made up by pedestrian bridges, will help to rejoin the different part of the city. The Post Office will become the new center of the city thank to the new public spaces and its new function as a museum. From

Project Map this new center we will create other three focuses: one in the Intramuros and the other two in Chinatown district. We have done them in order to create a necessary tension that give us the opportunities to create a system of axes and connections with an art-historical valence in the city. The connections will be characterized by new fronts, new paving and new trees that will bring shadow along the new pedestrian way. The new space is designed like a succession of compressions and dilatations that will let us to create new costructed public spaces with commercial and office nearby. The floating platforms are located along the river and in the secondary channels and they are designed to be public spaces with a phytodepuration system that is studied to get rid of the pollution’s problem.

Plan

Soglie storiche acqua Presenti

Storici

Affluenti Aree in prossimità di affleunti

Griglie

Argine del fiume

Fasce di influenza per l’area di progetto

Ricostruzione geometrica del tracciato del fiume

Ponti

Attracchi

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WORKSHOP OF GENERATOR URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PASIG INTERNATIONAL RIVER: PUBLIC SPACE CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River PASIG CONTEMPORARY RIVER: PUBLIC SPACE GENERATOR PASIG RIVER: PUBLIC SPACE GENERATOR PASIGRIVER: RIVER:PUBLIC PUBLIC SPACE ASIG SPACEGENERATOR GENERATOR PASIG RIVER: PUBLIC SPACE GENERATOR Important Buildings We focused on the most importantbuildingthatthe areashowsasFortSantiago and Central Post Office and we have added some more pubblic spaceslikethetwomarketsin China Town.

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GROUP 4

Giulia Cerutti, Teodora Fornasari, Carlo Llanto, Lea Manuel, Nicole Ruspa Important Buildings We focused on the most Important Buildings

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River A LINEAR PARK FOR MANILA The idea of â&#x20AC;&#x2039;â&#x20AC;&#x2039;the project is to rehabilitate the Pasig River purifying it from its tributaries. Starting as a design theme from the intersections between the river and its tributaries, the idea is to propose a regeneration of the city from the construction of a linear park on the banks of the Pasig which could become a system for the future development of the city. Creating a system of water purification of the tributaries can gradually

GROUP 5

Charles Boris M. Manez, Giulia Martini, Andrea Piatti, Nino Angelico M. Ricardo

Project Map clean up the main river: the proposal is to bury them, and create parks on older sediments so that they represent the green branches that are directly linked to the main park. Further intervention is to place in each intersection of the landmarks as symbols that highlight the point at which were present the old locks. The goal on a large scale to create a line offset from the park rapresents the possible development of a new linear city.

Plan

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

GROUP 5

Charles Boris M. Manez, Giulia Martini, Andrea Piatti, Nino Angelico M. Ricardo

URBAN REGENERATION - PROGRESSIVE REDEVELOPMENT URBAN REGENERATION - PROGRESSIVE REDEVELOPMENT OF A LINEAR CITYOF A LINEAR CITY

URBAN REGENERATION - PROGRESSIVE REDEVELOPMENT OF A LINEAR CITY

URBAN REGENERATION - PROGRESSIVE REDEVELOPMENT OF A LINEAR CITY URBAN REGENERATION - PROGRESSIVE REDEVELOPMENT OF A LINEAR CITY

URBAN REGENERATION - PROGRESSIVE REDEVELOPMENT OF A LINEAR CITY

UNDERGROUND FILTRATION SYSTEM

COPENHAGEN - LANDMARKS CONCEPT

UNDERGROUND FILTRATION SYSTEM

COPENHAGEN - LANDMARKS CONCEPT

UNDERGROUND FILTRATION SYSTEM

COPENHAGEN - LANDMARKS CONCEPT

UNDERGROUND FILTRATION SYSTEM UNDERGROUND FILTRATION SYSTEM

COPENHAGEN - LANDMARKS CONCEPT COPENHAGEN - LANDMARKS CONCEPT

UNDERGROUND FILTRATION SYSTEM

COPENHAGEN - LANDMARKS CONCEPT

VALENCIA - RIVER’S DISPLACEMENT CONCEPT

LONGITUDINAL SECTION - LANDMARK AND URBAN DESIGN OF THE PARK

VALENCIA - RIVER’S DISPLACEMENT CONCEPT

VALENCIA - RIVER’S DISPLACEMENT CONCEPT - RIVER’S DISPLACEMENT CONCEPT VALENCIA - RIVER’S DISPLACEMENT CONCEPT VALENCIA - RIVER’S VALENCIA DISPLACEMENT CONCEPT

LONGITUDINAL SECTION - LANDMARK AND URBAN DESIGN OF THE PARK

LONGITUDINAL SECTION - LANDMARK AND URBAN DESIGN OF THE PARK LONGITUDINAL SECTION - LANDMARK AND URBAN DESIGN OF THE PARK PARK LONGITUDINAL SECTION - LANDMARK AND URBAN DESIGN OF THE LONGITUDINAL SECTION - LANDMARK AND URBAN DESIGN OF THE PARK

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River A WAY TO GREEN The Project bases itself on the requalification of the Pasig river situated in Manila. The main idea of the intervention is the riverâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s linearity and the creation of a pedestrian riverfront on the north margin, defined by the presence of landmarks, having different typology and shape, placed in the correspondence of water pumps, projected to containing the overflowing water. Those

GROUP 6 Chistofer J. Bangayan, Louie Posadas, Serena Salvi, Stefano Spotti, Mariachiaria Vinati

Project Map represent by their shape and colors the various areas of the city, located behind them. A green area comes up beside the two margins of the river, that is arranged with open pavilions and water stream. Both sides of the river are linked by a pedestrian bridge, that puts in relationship the north area having a minor pedestrian path with the south area with an arena in front of the Intramuros.

Plan

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

GROUP 6

Bangayan, Chistofer Jhon, Serena Salvi, Stefano Spotti, Mariachiaria Vinati

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

GROUP 7

Elijah M.M. Catbacan, Jose R.V. Fabia, Axel Magnenot, Erica Mangiacotti, Claudia I.V. Montero

PONTE PLAZA: Social barrier breaker We started to work on the master plan, in which we introduced a project idea that wants to become a model of intervention able to broke the social barriers between south an north. The principal theme is the one of the axis: an actual connection, the bridge, and a visual one, the continuous axis, emphasized by two landscapes. The first axis is the most realistic one whereas the two dashed ones are more idealistic: however the intent is to connect them to existent and new secondary axis and points of interest. The master plan comes from the Burnham plan reinterpretation: the grey grids are the existing part whereas the green ones are the reinterpreted ones. The core intervention is the Ponte-Plaza: starting from campus example we understood that an indispensable and neutral space is able to bring together different social classes. Therefore the intention isn’t to solve a very complex reality but to became an input for different

Project Map and larger interventions. The bridge itself is at the same time a pedestrian connection and a strategic public plaza. The uniformity of the axis is made possible by the systematic use of a unique rhythm for the green and the buildings. The project also expands on the Pasig banks, where new green areas are made possible by the vertical concentration of the previous residences. The plaza core has to merge the main different functions and uses of the newly linked areas, in this case, commercial and residence. Architecturally, not to simply merge two such contrasting realities, we preferred to elaborate a third project model: the bridge and the ground floor of the shophouses would be made of stone whereas the residential floors of wood, as in the traditional division between ground floor and upper floors. Finally, the two roofs evocate the vernacular philippino architecture.

Plan

Soglie storiche acqua Presenti

Storici

Affluenti Aree in prossimità di affleunti

Griglie

Argine del fiume

Fasce di influenza per l’area di progetto

Ricostruzione geometrica del tracciato del fiume

Ponti

Attracchi

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

GROUP 7

Elijah M.M. Catbacan, Jose R.V. Fabia, Axel Magnenot, Erica Mangiacotti, Claudia I.V. Montero

To link two different realities through neutral space To link two different realities through neutral space To link two different realities through neutral space

Current situation

Reinterpretation of the Burnham plan

Axis

Current situation

Reinterpretation of the Burnham plan

Axis

Current situation

Reinterpretation of the Burnham plan

Axis

Typical section of the Ponte-Plaza Typical section of the Ponte-Plaza Typical section of the Ponte-Plaza

Influence areas

Functional continuity

Formal continuity

Influence areas

Functional continuity

Formal continuity

Influence areas

Functional continuity

Formal continuity

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

GROUP 8

Carlos C. Borromeo, Voana L.R. Dungca, Nicolò Paolino, Alessandra Sergi, Greta Vitali

TANAW Our preliminary study on the area of Manila was founded on the close examination of the two main themes that seemed the most interesting ones about the area around the Pasig river. The two themes concern on one side the environmental aspect and on the other the social aspects which divide this part of the city. Here the river, in fact, both seems an abandoned and not valorized urban fact, as its banks, and it acts as a cultural “division” among two near but very different parts of the city. On one side in fact there is the historical part of the city with its symbols, the Intramuros and Fort Santiago, while on the other side, to north, there are the

Project Map district Binondo are China Town, poor and abandoned parts of the city. Our intention is to implement a project to enhance the river banks, building artificial docks, in order to partially reduce the problem of flooding, and make them accessible, mixing the green with the “umbrella shed” inspired from those of Felix Candela as protection from the sun, using local materials. In addition, using the principal axes of Intramuros, we would like to create visual links, since there are already several bridges, which, as in Canberra, could help to unify the city, putting even some recognizable landmarks that can give a new identity to the Pasig River and to the city.

Plan

Soglie storiche acqua Presenti

Edi ci storici nell’intremuros in prossimità del ume

Collegamenti preesistenti sul Pasig

Affluenti

Storici

Asssi di collegamento visivi

Aree in prossimità di affleunti

Griglie

Argine del fiume

Fasce di influenza per l’area di progetto

Ricostruzione geometrica del tracciato del fiume

Ponti

Attracchi

Evoluzione del verde sulle sponde del Pasig

Philadenpia Civic Center, Louis Khan

Edi Schizzo di studio: assi e collegamenti visivi

Canberra, Australia

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

Edi ci storici nell’intremuros in prossimità del ume

Collegamenti preesistenti sul Pasig

GROUP 8 Carlos C. Borromeo, Voana L.R. Dungca, Nicolò Paolino, Alessandra Sergi, Greta Vitali

Asssi di collegamento visivi

Evoluzione del verde sulle sponde del Pasig

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River

WORKSHOP’S MOMENT Manila’s Style

Welcome to University of Philippines, Manila

Students at work

Final day of Workshop

Delivery of certificate of attendance

Free day at the sea

Goodbye Manila bay

Project area visit

Final party

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WORKSHOP PROGRAM

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Manila. The case of the Pasig River SUBMISSION GUIDELINE

CALENDAR

n°4 A2 horizontal tables (PDF,DWG files) organized as following: - n°1 table dedicated to the cartographic design in scale 1:2000, according to the conventional graphic method. - n°1 table dedicated to the genaral plan design in scale 1:1000/1:500, which represent the relation ship between Project Site and its surrounding areas. - n°1 table including designs, schemes, diagrams which represent the Project’s themes. - n°1 table including one or more view.

Monday 19 May 2014 Manila, La corona Hotel

n°2 video (AVI,MOV, 4MPEG files) organized as following: - n°1 video dedicated to the analytical description of the project area. - n°2 video dedicated to the description of the themes of the project.

Campus Tour of UP Diliman

Guided Welcome Tour

08.00-09.00

Welcoming and Opening Remarks

09.00-09.30

Prof. Mary Ann Espina, Dean UP Prof. Maurizio Carones, POLIMI

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

Lecture:

09.30-10.30

“Historical Archetypes in the City of Manila”

Prof. Gerard Rey Lico, UP

Prof. Danilo Jose Silvestre

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

09.30-10.00

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

10.30-12.00

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

13.00-17.00

09.00-09.30 09.30-10.30

Project Discussion Workshop Session

Expectation Setting and Background Lecture Prof. Kelvin De Chavez, UP

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

10.00-10.30

Thursday 22 May 2014 Quezon City, University of the Philippines

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

11.00-12.00

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

13.00-14.00

“Waterfront Development within an East Asian Economic Development Model - BASECO and Parola Cases”

Organization of Groups

Lecture:

“Influences and Challenges to the Urban Development of Metro Manila”

Prof. Michael Tomeldan, UP

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

Workshop Session Workshop’s Themes Presentation:

14.00-17.00

Workshop Session

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

Lecture:

11.00-12.00

“Seoul, Urban Planning and Cartografic Issues”

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

10.30-12.00

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

13.00-17.00

Friday 23 May 2014 Quezon City, University of the Philippines

13.00-15.00

Quezon City, University of the Philippines

15.00-15.30

Workshop Session Project discussion 08.00-15.00

Workshop’s Projects Presentation

- Plaza Mexico, Plaza Maestranza, Intendencia - Bahay Nakpli - Estero de Binondo - Reina regente - Sta. Ana Racetrack

Wednesday 21 May 2014 Quezon City, University of the Philippines

Prof. Grace Ramos, UP

Project Discussion

Students, POLIMI

Visiting project site

Lecture:

Prof. Maurizio Carones, POLIMI

“Urban settlements and the River” “Hydraulic Architecture” “Water and Urban Regeneration” “Manila Maps: Hydric Supply System”

Tuesday 20 May 2014 Manila City, Metro Manila

Workshop Session

Closing Meeting

Prof. Mary Ann Espina, Dean UP Prof. Maurizio Carones, POLIMI

09.00-09.30

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