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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition 27th - 31st May 2019 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Lecco. Waterfront Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano Scientific Advisor:

Ferruccio Favaron Arch. - Advisor of Urban Planning of Lecco Professors:

Sarayut Supsook Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Sirintra Vanno Department of Landscape Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Monica Moscatelli Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano Participants:

Luca Scalingi Arch. - Politecnico di Milano

Kawin Dhanakoses Prof. - Chulalongkorn University

tutors: Oksana Bannik

Politecnico di Milano Chulalongkorn University


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition 27th - 31st May 2019 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Lecco. Waterfront

Organization by:

Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano Scientific Advisor:

Ferruccio Favaron Arch. - Advisor of Urban Planning of Lecco Professors:

Sarayut Supsook Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Sirintra Vanno Department of Landscape Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Partecipation of:

Monica Moscatelli Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano Participants:

Luca Scalingi

Chulalongkorn University

Arch. - Politecnico di Milano

Kawin Dhanakoses Prof. - Chulalongkorn University

Pillar of the Kingdom

With the Patronage of:

tutors: Oksana Bannik

Politecnico di Milano Chulalongkorn University


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

PGT - Piano del Governo del Territorio Tav: DP1 Inquadramento territoriale M.Cassin, P.Molinelli, F.Rusconi, M.Castagna, S.Lafranconi

Isola Viscontea

Project Area

The project area is defined by the short stretch of Adda river, around 1,5 km, which flows out of Como Lake and flows in Garlate Lake. On the eastern shore the city of Lecco is situaded while on the western shore are located two smaller towns of Malgrate and Pescate. This area, being the southern gate in Milan direction, has been always of high military importance concerning territory control. The city of Lecco itself was founded and developed according to the geographical caracteristics of the site which was caracterised by the perfect conditions for territory control. Nowadays it`s still possibile to read the shape of the fortifications system structure: the city walls and ramparts located on the shores of Azzone Visconti Bridge. On the south of the bridge is situated an artificial island Isola Viscontea, probably made of excavation material during various works of bridge construction and further modifications. The island has great landscape value and provides a perfect pretext to reflect on the issue of public space in the modern cities. The project theme of the workshop will be therefore the definition of the public space along the Adda shores; realisation of the shores spacial continuity through pedestrian and cycle routes, connection of the area landscape with the lake shores of the center of Lecco. The inland of the shores contains few areas, as for example ex-Mossini-quarry, which can be incerted in the urban project to connect transversally the two shores of the river.

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HISTORICAL THRESHOLDS Buildings

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HISTORICAL THRESHOLDS Infrastructures

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MAPS OF LECCO Detail on Project area

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MAPS OF LECCO Detail on Project area

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ARCHITECTURAL ITINERARY arch. Mario Cereghini

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco Seminary House with Banfi

Corti Pasta Plant, Pescarenico

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with Todeschini While still a student Cereghini worked with the engineer Banfi at the construction of the family home. It is currently occupied by the PIME missionaries, who have carried out various extensions, over time. The composition and materials exhibit diverse influences linked to the Neoromanesque and Medievalism.

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This was the first work of the young architect, albeit with the engineer Todeschini as a collaborator; it already manifests some themes of the Rationalist Movement. The plain massing, the staggered center and the terrace garden define the layout comprising a ground floor workshop and two upper-story apartments.

Apartment house and offices on via Cairoli Filling station

In this construction containing apartments and the architect's office Cereghini addressed the problem of the narrow street, inverting the usual scheme. The garden faces via Cairoli, a central thoroughfare, and the building is set back. The elegant, controlled volume reveals the felicitous experimentation with the typical themes of the Modern Movement: the characteristic attention paid to the middle doors and windows, framed by two bay-windows carried by high pilotis; the control of the daylight and the construction of a terrace garden on the canopy of one of the children's playgrounds. The interior layout features two staircases leading to the ground level offices and the two upperfloor apartments.

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One of this design's engrossing traits undoubtedly is the volumetric relationship between the masonry and the projecting canopy, despite the smallish service station unit. The other obvious attraction is how it relates to the lakeshore and the lake itself; the chosen architectural elements are inspired by this nautical source: tubular parapets, the tower and the flagstaff. Concerning the materials, the use of colored stucco and the ample glazing are particularly successful.

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Another variation on the bourgeois house theme is this home built in 1937 for Ulisse Guzzi, the owner of the eponymous motorcycle firm. Extended in 1961, it now accommodates the Lecco Innovation Center. The dwelling's plan is founded on the central circulation element. Particularly interesting is the frontal relationship between the natural and built elements: the protruding glazed sections, the composed volumes and the south facade tower hark back to the Medieval castles on the lake.

DOMUS n°167 Itinerary on arch. Cereghini and Lecco

Church of the Airoldi and Muzzi Institute

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The sacred construction stands in the private park of the Airoldi and Muzzi Institute for the Elderly; it is built on a rise. Once again, the relationship between daylight and the structure governed the scheme; note: the rows of triple windows; the ample section in glass blocks marking the apse; and the play of shadows in the side loggia with the women's galleries above. The unusual rounded plan solves the entrance problem and leaves a marked imprint on the massing of the entire composition. To confirm Cereghini's interest in painting is the large fresco executed by the young painter, Borlotti, inside the church. It exalts the semi-rounded women's galleries.

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The Courthouse was the only completed structure of the great block with an internal piazza in the new Lecco Center development; it was supposed to be one end of the novel scheme. Broad steps point to the entrance and curvingly link the two perpendicular facades. Especially interesting is the control of daylight which crosses the entire construction with carefully design exterior windows; also nicely handled are the large glass block side openings and the small internal cloister in the north part of the building. Perhaps the stone rustication marking the regular window openings is overly severe; a refined Carrara marble dado separates the building from the ground.

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Projects

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

Team 1

ISLAND LOOPING Ugochukwu Elvis Anaka | Camilla Bartoli Thantawiroon Peerawich | Myrto Chrysanthi Pitara Supreedakul Siraphob | Watanapran Spanya

Team 2

LA CONNESIONE Sara Bascì | Giulia Bina | Sonilk Fulya Esmer Tandikul Nattanan | Siriphonlai Thanatip

Team 3

VER-CORSO VISCONTI Celia Gorostizu | Ravindra Rajendra Hegde Swangsringarm Sirikarn | Vanessa Tam Sathirapinitkul Thanapa

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Caterina Fagiolari | Patittabutr Jirachon Nadine Kharouf | Choeithum Napatsorn Iliana Pastelli | Sihang Wang

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Maria Teresa Cirillo | Isabella Donato Rodanant Nasha | Ioanna Tzorva Limbuddha-augsorn Yanisa

STRAIGHT TO THE ISLAND Andrea Gariboldi | Eleni Eirini Pegiadou Auejitracharoen Sarita | Matteo Sturiale Noparat Thirata | Kang Yuan

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

TEAM - 1 U.E. Anaka, C. Bartoli, T. Peerawich, M.C. Pitara, S. Siraphob, W. Spanya

ISLAND LOOPING The idea of our project is to express a rhythm of fluid flow between spaces on the urban scale with a focus on the linear path of the water body on both sides and ends at the cave using a flow system of transportation loop which starts from the train station which connects 5 zones (Train station, Market, Politecnico university, the island/ water body and the cave) we considered in the design process. The loop consist of a ramp and two different bike tracks firstly for leisure within the city and second for fast rides which follows the existing train tracks by the city over the water body. The bike tracks have access to the amphitheater which is gonna be built in the cave. The idea for the ramp is to connect the pathway from the two revitalised buildings (old abandoned factories) to the island. The main concept is to create the more accessible way from the waterfront to the island. The design creates the visual paths that focuses on the island and integrates with the aesthetics of the waterfront area that can be experienced better by the people. The ramp is only for pedestrian use and continued along the edge of the waterfront. The ramp is to be universal and will be used by children, adults and the physically challenged. The design aim to regenerate some focal points of the city of Lecco using architectural and innovative approach which on the long run as a rippling effect influence other parts of the city on the urban scale. Our proposal also seek to improve the livability experience through positive socio psychological behaviour and this can be achieved through total but proper architectural, landscape, urban and innovative design integration and sustainable solutions.

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TEAM - 1 U.E. Anaka, C. Bartoli, T. Peerawich, M.C. Pitara, S. Siraphob, W. Spanya

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

TEAM - 2 S. Bascì, G. Bina, S.F. Esmer, T. Nattanan, S. Thanatip

LA CONNESIONE The site surrounded by mountains, industrial areas, historical district and fisherman district. As a concept we started with the idea of “connection”, not only in a physical manner but also in terms of the past and the identity of the site by proposing different scaled routes around the site and giving a function of a cultural district to the site. So, we first started the interventions in a larger scale considering the most important problem of pedestrian connection throughout all the coastline in each side. For that, first we proposed a larger route alongside the river with requalified and undisturbed cycling and pedestrian path together with the green areas, squares and platforms where people can enjoy the beautiful atmosphere of the Lecco and discover the identities of the different districts. Secondly, we proposed another path which is smaller and focusing on the island part where we have the abandoned factory building is located also. Since we wanted to create a cultural center in the middle together with the island and the re-used factory building as a museum, we consider the second path as a cultural route. Another intervention done in the smaller scale is to connect the island with the land with two bridges which sets the water and allow us to control the water in the middle. This allows us to use this lower level water with some circular platforms that will host a playground for children. allow us to control the water in the middle. This allows us to use this lower level water with some circular platforms that will host a playground for children.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

TEAM - 2 S. Bascì, G. Bina, S.F. Esmer, T. Nattanan, S. Thanatip

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

TEAM - 3 C. Gorostizu, R.R. Hegde, S. Sirikarn, V. Tam, S. Thanapa

VER-CORSO VISCONTI Scattered within the fortress walls, Lecco’s historical timestamps present themselves the old ways of life evolved through the ages. As an important military base, an artificial island – Isola Viscontea, and a stone bridge – Ponte Visconti, had been built as major defensive control points on the River Adda. Nowadays, the two monuments are disregarded, the former a private island inaccessible for the public, and the latter a purely functional passage across the river. Their historical significance seems to have been forgotten over contemporary urban developments. Our proposal is to engage the public such that these places of special value are recognized and connected as a historical trail, and that users are able to enjoy these spaces with seating abutting the river, lush greenery of a multitude of flora and fauna, a public plaza with commercial services, steps down to the pristine water, a bridge to the island’s museum, a carfree Ponte Visconti, and a completed bike lane connecting Maggianico, Malgrate, and Pescate, with new levels of viewpoints towards the city and nature. The factory building near the island is replaced by a new tower with panoramic views towards Monte San Michele, San Martino, and Resegone. The tower’s height references the Campanile of the Santuario and that of San Nicolo at 96m. The interventions provide new perspectives for the rich history of the city and the existing landscape for the people of Lecco.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

TEAM - 3 C. Gorostizu, R.R. Hegde, S. Sirikarn, V. Tam, S. Thanapa

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

TEAM - 4 M.T. Cirillo, I. Donato, R. Nasha, I. Tzorva, L. Yanisa

WATER LINKS With all the problems above, “Water Links” come out with three main goals that will mainly focus on two nodes; the existing node and the new node. The existing node is the intersection area around the old bridge and the new node is the intersection area around the train bridge. The first goal is to make the pedestrian path, cycling path, and roads being cleared from each other by using the green area and the different level of each path on both nodes. The second goal solving the second problem is to break the wall barrier. On the existing node, we use the old wall under the bridge to be the new green area enclosure while the new node is changing old concrete wall to be the new green wall with floating walkway along the wall. The last goal is to link people to the river by add some platform for people to have a chance to engage the river surface. Other problems that “Water Links” also want to solve after we reach three main goal would be the Viscontea Island being left alone in the middle of the Adda river since people cannot cross the river to use the island. Furthermore, the Malgrate waterfront is not linked with the Lecco waterfront. So, the project will create a linking bridge from the Lecco waterfront for people to use the island again and will create a visual linking by making the multi-purposed platform on the Malgrate waterfront for appreciating the island by visual. In conclusion, “Water Links” wants both local people and tourists to get the best experience for appreciating the Adda riverside. We surely believe that if everyone see how beauty the Adda riverside is, they will realize how important to preserve the natural environment of Lecco and the world.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

TEAM - 4 M.T. Cirillo, I. Donato, R. Nasha, I. Tzorva, L. Yanisa

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TEAM - 5

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

C. Fagiolari, P. Jirachon, N. Kharouf, C. Napatsorn, I. Pastelli, S. Wang

RECONNECTING We imagined a linear park that can host different activities in different part of the city, so we “divided�, only in a conceptual way, the city in seven areas along the river and the lake. We connected this different areas with a pedestrian path and with a bicycle lane equipped with bike sharing stations, in order to avoid traffic. The linear park that we imagined continues inside the city in some spots, to underline the pedestrian path and to take visitors and citizen in some particular places, like for example the way that goes up Monte Barro or the one that lead inside Pescarenico village. The island will be preserved and will be used as a multifunctional space, a place where to host expositions and projections. We in particular concentrated on the relationship between the Isola Viscontea and the coast near to it, creating also a more specific continuity with the university campus that is very near to the coast, but is not reachable easily because of some architectural barriers. So we decided to shoot down two old abandoned buildings, creating in that two small parks with pedestrian paths that can link together both the river coast, the residential area and the university campus. One of that little green areas is designed for students, a place where they can both study and relax, the other one is thinked for families. These spaced are linked with the island thanks to a bridge that starts from the open space that they create. The island will be preserved and will be used as a multifunctional space, a place where to host expositions and projections. The green of the island will be organized in order to have space for kids to play and for adults to take coffee and enjoy the park and the view.

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TEAM - 5

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

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TEAM - 6

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

C. Anawach, E. Marrone, M. Koutra, L. Neri, E. Supakarn, Z. Wenwen

VISTONTI WATER GARDEN Our first goal was that of ideating a path, both for pedestrians and cyclists, which would create a new connection and provide new panoramic viewpoints and green areas for relaxation and recreational purposes. The project would not interfere with the normal flow of the river, which would be regulated in the inlet between the banks of the river and the island. This led us to ideate a large floating botanical garden system extending from our project area on the banks of the river, including terracing and aquatic plants. In particular, oxygen-producing plants are included to contribute to the amelioration of the quality of the water and its low vegetation. The wet meadow selection includes different forms of vegetation, underwater plants and submerged aquatic ones: hydrocharis morsus-ranae, stratiotes aloides, hottonia palustris and nymphaea alba. Plants with floating leaves also contribute to the regulation of the biological equilibrium; in fact, by creating a shadow, their leaves do not heat up unduly, which would otherwise restrict algae growth. The botanical garden surrounds the Visconti island, which will also see a restructuring phase with a new restaurant and an annexed park connected to the bicycle and pedestrian system through two access points. The abandoned industrial area overlooking the Visconti island would also be redeveloped; only the supporting structure of such buildings would be maintained as to create a greenhouse for an in-door botanical garden, and urban gardens would overtake the surroundings.

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TEAM - 6

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

C. Anawach, E. Marrone, M. Koutra, L. Neri, E. Supakarn, Z. Wenwen

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

TEAM - 7 A. Gariboldi, E.E. Pegiadou, A. Sarita, M. Sturiale, N. Thirata, K. Yuan

STRAIGHT TO THE ISLAND We found out that there is not an area, where people can gather, interact with each other and enjoy different of activities. There are only two linear paths along the shore which are not continuous in some part. So our project is focused on the island and the abandoned factory near it. We would like to create a system by reusing them, create a connection between the island and the factory, to integrate the shore into it and allow people or animals to have activities here and make the island-factory a unique system, that has as a center a system of shore paths, to reorganize the landscape and the urban space of the shore of the Como Lake and even the whole Lecco. The island and the factory are connected by a bridge, that allow people from Lecco to easily go to the island. Also we design a new plan and create some platforms around the island for it that can create more space for different public functions, like a stage for concerts and a square on the south of the island. Besides those, we also create a pier for people who come here by boat. We don’t build something new but we reuse the existing island and factory to keep the wonderful natural environment as it used to be and take advantage of it to create a system for people to use it in an easier and more sustainable way.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco

TEAM - 7 A. Gariboldi, E.E. Pegiadou, A. Sarita, M. Sturiale, N. Thirata, K. Yuan

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WORKSHOP’S MOMENTS

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Lecco Lectures

Delivery of certificate of attendance

Project’s presentation

Closing of Workshop

Final party

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XII edition 27th - 31st May 2019 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Lecco. Waterfront

Politecnico di Milano Chulalongkorn University Schedule

Submission guideline

Monday 27th May Polo Territoriale Lecco 10:30 - 13:00

Each design team must produce: - n°2 panels (A2, horizontal, PDF/JPEG) - n°2 video (90s, MPEG4/AVI) - n°1 paper (max 2000 characters including spaces)

14:00 - 18:00

Content of the panels:

Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano Scientific Advisor:

Ferruccio Favaron Arch. - Advisor of Urban Planning of Lecco Professors:

Sarayut Supsook Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Sirintra Vanno Department of Landscape Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Monica Moscatelli Prof. Architecture and Urban Design - Politecnico di Milano Participants:

Opening Ceremony Workshop Presentation Visit to the Project Site

09:00 - 10:30

- First panel - Urban Plan and Architectonic Sections: planimetric drawing 1:25.000 / 1:5000 / 1:1000 urban sections 1:1000 / 1:500

Tuesday 28th May Polo Territoriale Lecco

Design Lab Design Lab

09:00 - 12:30 13:30 - 18:00

Luca Scalingi Arch. - Politecnico di Milano

Kawin Dhanakoses Prof. - Chulalongkorn University

- (Third panel - Storyboard) n°4 frames of analitical video n°4 frames of project video

Wednesday 29th May Polo Territoriale Lecco

Design Lab Lectures Middle Presentation

09:00 - 12:30 13:30 - 15:30 15:30 - 18:00

tutors: Oksana Bannik

- First video: current situation

09:00 - 12:30

Content of the paper:

13:30 - 18:00

- Project descrition: description of the project as a comment of the panels and the drawings included

Friday 31st May Polo Territoriale Lecco

Design Lab Final Presentation Closing Ceremony

Content of the videos:

- Second video: project proposal

Thursday 30th May Polo Territoriale Lecco

Design Lab Design Lab

- Second panel - Concept design: planimetric drawing 1:1000 / 1:500 prospectives

09:00 - 12:30 13:30 - 16:30 16:30 - 17:30

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