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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition 21st - 25th May 2018

Politecnico di Milano Chulalongkorn University

Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Milan. Reopen the Navigli Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones

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

Andrea Cassone

Milan Milan Milan MilanMilan

Reopening Reopening Reopening Reopening Navigli Reopening Navigli Navigli Navigli Navigli Parco Parco Parco Biblioteca Parco Biblioteca Biblioteca Biblioteca Alberi Parco Alberi Alberi Biblioteca Alberi Alberi

Bangkok Bangkok Bangkok Bangkok Milan Milan Bangkok

Reopening Reopening Reopening Reopening Reopening Reopening Khlong Reopening Khlong Khlong Khlong Rob Navigli Rob Navigli Rob Krung Khlong Rob Krung Krung Krung Rob Krung Parco Parco Biblioteca Biblioteca Alberi Alberi

London London London London Bangkok Bangkok London

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Copenhagen Copenhagen Copenhagen Copenhagen Copenhagen Utrecht Utrecht

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Seoul Seoul Seoul Seoul Rotterdam Rotterdam Seoul

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New New New New York Seoul York Seoul York York New York

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Deputy President - Association “Riaprire i Navigli” Professors:

Bundit Chulasai

Professor of Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Sarayut Supsook

Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Sirintra Vanno

Department of Landscape Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University Participants:

Luca Scalingi

Tutor - Politecnico di Milano

Milan Milan Milan MilanMilan

Reopening Reopening Reopening Reopening Navigli Reopening Navigli Navigli Navigli Navigli Torre Torre Galfa Torre Torre Galfa Galfa Galfa Torre Galfa

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Reopening Reopening Reopening Reopening Navigli Reopening Navigli Navigli Navigli Navigli Via Via Senato Via Senato ViaSenato Senato Via Senato

tutors: Oksana Bannik, Mariagiulia Di Lizia organization: arch. Marco Grassi

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Reopening Reopening Reopening Reopening Navigli Reopening Navigli Navigli Navigli Navigli Parco Parco Parco delle Parco delle Basiliche delle delle Basiliche Parco Basiliche Basiliche delle Basiliche

Utrecht Utrecht Utrecht Utrecht Milan Milan Utrecht

Reopening Reopening Reopening Reopening Reopening Reopening Medieval Reopening Medieval Medieval Medieval Navigli Moat Navigli Moat Medieval Moat Moat Moat Torre Torre Galfa Galfa

Rotterdam Rotterdam Rotterdam Rotterdam Milan Milan Rotterdam

Westersingel Westersingel Westersingel Westersingel Reopening Reopening Westersingel Navigli Navigli ViaVia Senato Senato

Seoul Seoul Seoul Seoul Milan Milan Seoul

Cheonggyecheon Cheonggyecheon Cheonggyecheon Cheonggyecheon Reopening Reopening Cheonggyecheon Navigli Navigli Parco Parco delle delle Basiliche Basiliche

Superkilen Superkilen Superkilen Superkilen Urban Superkilen Urban Urban Urban Park Park Park Park UrbanMoat Park Reopening Reopening Medieval Medieval Moat

Seoullo Seoullo Seoullo Seoullo Skygarden Westersingel Westersingel Skygarden Skygarden Seoullo Skygarden Skygarden

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition 21st - 25th May 2018 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration milan. reopen the navigli

Organization by:

Scientific Coordinator:

Maurizio Carones

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

Andrea Cassone

Deputy President - Association “Riaprire i Navigli� Professors:

Bundit Chulasai

Professor of Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Sarayut Supsook

Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Sirintra Vanno

Department of Landscape Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University Participants:

Luca Scalingi

Partecipation of:

Chulalongkorn University

Tutor - Politecnico di Milano

Pillar of the Kingdom

tutors: Oksana Bannik, Mariagiulia Di Lizia organization: arch. Marco Grassi

Politecnico di Milano Chulalongkorn University


INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan

Project Area

1. TORRE GALFA

2. PARCO BIBLIOTECA DEGLI ALBERI

3. VIA SENATO

4. PARCO DELLE BASILICHE

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FIG. 1.6.2.6.1 PTRA Regional territorial plan in the Lombard Navigli area - Board.8 Navigation PTRA (Piano territoriale regionale d’area Navigli Lombardi) Tav. 8 Navigazione.

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“Feasibility Study of Naviglio Reopening” DASTU Department - Politecnico di Milano

Milan is set in the heart of the Po Basin of northern Italy, halfway across the immense plain spreading between the Ticino and Adda rivers, the Navigli System covers this area between the rivers. The Navigli System, an artificial hydrographic system, is formed by three main canals: Naviglio Grande, Naviglio Martesana, Naviglio Pavese. The Naviglio Grande starts where it draws water from the Ticino river and ends in the dock Darsena of Porta Ticinese in Milan. FIG. 1.2.3 Allegato 5 del PGTThe di Milano Contenuti Naviglio Martesana flows from Paesaggistici del Territorio FIG. 1.2.3 Adda river to Milan at Cascina de’ . Allegato 5 del PGT di Milano Contenuti Pomm and ends up in San Marco. Paesaggistici del Territorio FIG. 1.2.3 . Pavese was designed Allegato 5 del PGTThe di MilanoNaviglio Contenuti Paesaggistici del Territorio as a canal linking Milan with Pavia, . FIG. 1.2.3 it draws water from the Darsena of Allegato 5 del PGT di Milano Contenuti Porta Ticinese dock in Milan and Paesaggistici del Territorio . flows into the Ticino in Pavia.

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Track study of reopening of Navigli - General Map - Board. P3

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Water Map

Stream on the surface Underground waterway Scolmatore� drainage canal Stream that no longer exist Sewerage Water network Pumping station with reservoir Pumping station no reservoir

Flow rate 1.000 - 70.000 l/s Diameter of conduit 200 - 1200 mm Navigation lock Reservoir Resurgence Water meadow Purifier

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan 15° century Map of Milan

Galvano Fiamma

Milan: City Water 1888

Hydrography of the city of Milan

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Map of Milan Leonardo da Vinci

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Map of the surroundings of Milan

Historical Thresholds 1740

City of Milan Marcantonio Dal Re

Giovanni Battista Clarici

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Geometric map of the city of Milan

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Map of the city of Milan Giovanni Brenna

Giovanni Filippini

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Historical Thresholds 1933

Beruto’s Plan

Albertini’s Plan

Cesare Beruto

Cesare Albertini

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Pavia-Masera’s Plan Angelo Pavia, Giovanni Masera

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General Development Plan Municipality of Milan

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan AXES

Maps of Milan Detail on Project area GRIDS

“Rettifili” Plan 1807 Axis built

“Rettifili” Plan Axis unrealized

Established city

Extesion of the city in Roman age

“Rettifili” Plan Squares provided

“Rettifili” Plan Squares realized

Extesion of the city at 16th century

Block made as indicated by Beruto’s Plan

Beruto Plan 1889 Axis built

Beruto Plan Axis unrealized

Grids of Beruto’s Plan 1889

Grids of Pavia-Masera’s Plan 1912

Beruto Plan Squares provided

Beruto Plan Squares realized

Grids of Albertini’s Plan 1934

Pavia-Masera Plan 1912 Axis built

Pavia-Masera Plan Axis unrealized

Pavia-Masera Plan Squares provided

Pavia-Masera Plan Squares realized

Albertini Plan 1933 Axis built

Albertini Plan Axis unrealized

INFRASTRUCTURES

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Highway

“Sempione” road

Administrative city boundary

Administration building

Railroad

High speed rail line

Cultural space

Trade fairs

Urban railroad “Passante”

Metropolitan line “Rossa”

Hospital

Sports complex

Metropolitan line “Gialla”

Metropolitan line “Verde”

University

Green areas on the territory of Milan

Metropolitan line “Azzurra”

Metropolitan line “Lilla”

Green area outside the territory of Milan

Switch of infrastructure

Parking

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Best Practices Restoration of urban canals

LOS ANGELES, United States

Bruxelles, Belgium

SEOUL, South Korea

UTRECHT, Holland

BANGKOK, Thailand

River Revitalization 2007

Plan-canal 2013

Restoration of Cheonggyecheon 2015

Restoration of Medieval Moat 2015

Klong Rob Krung 2018

The Los Angeles River Revitalization Master Plan would replace vast tracts of industrial land along the river with parks, clean up the river and make it appear more natural while retaining its important flood-control role. The plan is intended to guide construction of a series of parks along 32 miles of the river from Canoga Park to downtown Los Angeles over 25 to 50 years. The waterway in recent years has attracted new interest from those who would like to blast away its walls and replace them with a semblance of a natural river. The master plan consists of 239 projects, most of them small. Some, however, would be immense. In two places — Chinatown and Canoga Park — residential and office villages would rise along the river’s newly greened banks, replacing factories and warehouses.

The canal Zone is part of a geographical entity. The regional domain is created by grouping areas of land, most of which are already public, while buying others to begin an operation. Invent the Domain and the footprint it should take six territorial themes defined: canal and port, industrial heritage, public spaces, exceptional locations, derelict plots and natures. The Plan defines the following goals: inventive economy, less spent to achieve more and achieve it better; provide public spaces equivalently to the number of square metres of new space; investigating the situation and making the most of what’s already there; unity of location: defined by the Regional Domain, unity of action: a single developer, unity of time: 12 years divided into 5 periods; put into practice as a series of actions within the outlines of the Regional Domain.

By demolishing an elevated freeway, Cheonggyecheon Canal Restoration Project created both ecological and recreational benefits along a 3.6-mile (5.8 km) corridor in the center of Seoul. The overall restoration design covers water level control in the river, design of 22 bridges, and design of sewer system. Ecological benefits achieved by this project include: flood protection, increased overall biodiversity, reduced urban heat island effect, reduced smallparticle air pollution. The restoration of the area of Cheonggyecheon Canal in Seoul’s city center is the first step in a major redevelopment effort of the whole 7-mile canal (11.3 km) and current ambitious architectural redevelopment projects that frame this natural drainage basin to the city.

The river was initially used for commercial purposes, and for this reason, water had become swampy and highly polluted. The operation began with the water flow invertion, in order to decrease pollution. Afterwards, a path along the river has been introduced, together with linking bridges that integrate central urban points such as Veteranis Memorial Plaza and Bridgehouse Museum Plaza. The intervention consisted also in the construction of the river banks to face the frequent floods. The project has been divided in different parts that address different functions: restaurants facing the river, kayak rental and water taxi station, leisure areas and crossing paths, open thatre, floating gardens with didactical activities, crossing path to reach the lake. The project is a unique work, but different parts are highlighted by the use of pavimentation which underline each function.

In the 20th centuries the highest number of canals system coverage in all parts of the city, the canals started to lose its importance due to an increase numbers of land mobility. This urban trasformation brings an extremely vulnerable flood condition to Bangkok, still today not completely resolved. The Klong Rob Krung is part of a regeneration of water system, the canal is divided into four segments: Banglamphu, Ong-Ang, Saphan Han, Wat Cheong Lane. Until 2015 the original canal was covered due to the establishment to the market for more than 20 years. In that year the Municipality of Bangkok have planned for the restoration around the historical center including the canal. Today the market and platforms were removed, the canal was reopened. In the future the developement of the area will direct to the creation of public space.

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NEW YORK, United States High Line 2000

The High Line is a public park built on a historic freight rail line elevated above the streets on Manhattan’s West Side. The first section of the High Line

COPENHAGEN, Denmark Superkilen Urban Park 2012

Superkilen is a contemporary, urban version of a universal garden that supports diversity. The conceptual starting point is a division of Superkilen

SEOUL, South Korea Seullo Skygarden 2017

In the 1960s Seoul planners ordered the construction of many elevated highways. Years after, these overpasses became not only a

opened to the public and was hailed as an innovative example of industrial reuse. The High Line is maintained, operated, and programmed by the non-profit conservancy Friends of the High Line in partnership with the NYC Department of Parks & Recreation. Founded in 2011, High Line Food creates a sustainable food system on the High Line, inspires care for the environment, and builds community. The High Line’s planting design is

inspired by the self-seeded landscape that grew on the out-of-use elevated rail tracks during the 25 years after trains stopped running. The species of perennials, grasses, shrubs and trees were chosen for their hardiness, sustainability, and textual and color variation, with a focus on native species. High Line Art commissions and produces public art projects on and around the High Line.

into three zones and colors – green, black and red. The different surfaces and colors are integrated to form new, dynamic surroundings for the everyday objects. The colored surface is integrated both in terms of colors and material with the Nørrebrohall and its new main entrance, where the surface merges inside and outside in the new foyer. The bike traffic is moved to the East side of the Square by partly solving the problem of height

differences towards Midgaardsgade and enable a bike ramp between Hotherplads and the intersecting bike path connection. The green park includes the existing hockey field with an integrated basketball court as it will create a natural gathering spot for local young people from Mjolnerpark and the adjacent school. A green landscape and a playground where families with children can meet for picnics and breaks in the grass.

problem for the landscape, but also a safety risk: the overpasses were gradually removed. This disused overpass closed in 2015 that crosses Seoul Station at 17m above street level became the 7017 skygarden. Transform the 1970’s former highway into skygarden: new function as a public walkway. Create a unique public park in the heart of Seoul, make the city greener, friendlier and more attractive expand Skyfgarden’s roots

in the surrounding areas to turn them into a much greener and pedestrian (satellite expansion). The park is populated by 16 small pavilions such as cafes, shops, exhibitions, gardener’s pavilions, trampolines, foot bath, stage and children’s theatre and information centre as well. Multiple stairs, lifts, bridges and escalators connect the city to the new park, rebounding it to the adjacent urban fabric.

Design Suggestions Linear System

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Projects

Open cOurt OF Water Kerim Berk Besener | Chiara Bonfiglio Marta Cognini | Lei Ming | Sirichanok Panuspattana Natcha Sudprasert

Team 2

Green strip Stefano Iacolina | Pavenun Sirirunkhumanont Sirawit Rungratthanatrang | Domenico Tirrito Nicky Vojvodic | Jinxuan Wang

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FluiD GarDen Beliz Alpaydin | Deborah Beretta Sirawat Chanwipat | Boonnudda Chartpanich Simone Delvecchio

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Water lines Nives Donida Maglio | Pavisporn Phenphrueksakun Seyed Saba Tahanasab | Jacopo Zani Yao Zhao | Warisa Wangboonsakul

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illuminate urBan iDentitY Stoyan Gerchev | Francesco Londino Ekaterina Romanenkova | Pasamon Supajareerak Shijie Xiao

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TEAM - 1 K.B. Besener, C. Bonfiglio, M. Cognini, L. Ming, S. Panuspattana, N. Sudprasert

Overlap comunities Our project involves urban regeneration and the design of the area near Torre Galfa. After studying the historical nature of the course of the underground canal near the project area, we decided to reopen this course in order to bring it back to the surface and connect it with our new urban square. The compositional origin of the project starts from the study of the conformation of the buildings near the area (crossing between Via Galvani and Via Melchiorre Gioia), so as to create not only a functional but also a formal link with them.The desire to create an urban square, which could attract the population of Milan at all hours of the day, is due to several factors, mostly related to the buildings that are already present on the site: the presence of offices, the central station and the Palazzo of the Lombardy region. Precisely from the form of the

schools present in the lot, the desire to work on the “court� type is created to generate and subdivide the spaces of our project. An urban court that works on several levels, both functional and dimension. To connect the entrances on both sides at +0.00 we have designed a panoramic terrace, which runs around the site and overlooks both the underlying project areas and the whole city. While in section we worked with three levels (0.00, -1.80 and -2.80 m). These three levels allowed us to assign to each share of the different functions. +0.00 m: raised pedestrian path with refreshment bar -1.80 m: two pedestrian walkways in which to find a playground and relaxation areas and where to read immersed in the new project green. -2.80: share of the new watercourses coming from the course deviations made in the canal.

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TEAM - 1 K.B. Besener, C. Bonfiglio, M. Cognini, L. Ming, S. Panuspattana, N. Sudprasert

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TEAM - 2 S. Iacolina, P. Sirirunkhumanont, S. Rungratthanatrang, D. Tirrito, N. Vojvodic, J. Wang

Green strip

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition The re-opening of the Martesana canal take a AND swim,URBAN watch REGENERATION an act in the - Milan CONTEMPORARY CITIES is giving Milan an opportunity to create a new natural landscape opposing the existing one. While analysing the city planning we noticed two parks on the beginning and at the end of Via Melchiorre Gioia, which is the street built above the canal. The project site is situated in the middle of the street, creating an area for relaxing next to the lake where one can go canoeing,

Student research: Analysis of Project Site N.Surname, N.Surnam

natural theatre, or simply take a walk in the park. The street now provides wide sidewalks with rows of trees and staircase access to the platform situated on the surface of the canal. The road has been designed narrower to give the higher importance to the pedestrians, but also to reduce the velocity of the traffic.

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The re-opening of the Martesana canal is giving Milan an opportunity to create a new natural landscape opposing the existing one. While analysing the city planning we noticed two parks on the beginning and at the end of Via Melchiorre Gioia, which is the street built above the canal. The project site is situated in the middle of the street, creating an area for relaxing next to the lake where one can go canoeing, take a swim, watch an act in the natural theatre, or simply take a walk in the park. The street now provides wide sidewalks with rows of trees and staircase access to the platform situated on the surface of the canal. The road has been designed narrower to give the higher importance to the pedestrians, but also to reduce the velocity of the traffic.

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TEAM - 2 S. Iacolina, P. Sirirunkhumanont, S. Rungratthanatrang, D. Tirrito, N. Vojvodic, J. Wang

Typological section on project area

Second typological section on Via Melchiorre Gioia

First typological section on Via Melchiorre Gioia

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TEAM - 3 P. Mascolo, M. Mostacchi, N. Ninkovic, T. Arunsuwangorn, Y. Piyakamolnirun

RETHINKING URBANITY The complexity of this site reflects in various conflicts that are diminishing its urban value. Being an important commercial and business district, it attracts people from the entire city, but fails to keep them within itself. The existing contradictions are most obviously shown in the infrastructural division of the area into smaller urban “islands” of great quality. Rethinking the way they interact with each other is the starting point of our project. Creating an urban oasis in the middle of concrete dessert is what could essentially bring life and people to this part of town. The need for public space in this area is reflected mostly in the superimposed way the people are forced to walk through it. By letting the canal resurface again and hiding the busy road under the artificial hill, the area is unified into a single space, and it becomes a soft spot in a city beehive. Following the path pattern of

the existing park, and relating to the public space of Piazza Gae Aulenti, the space is composed out of different areas with flexible functions, defined by different materialisation (grass, stone, porfido, and wood). There are no instructions for the specific use of this space, the visitors experience it individually as they move from one point to another, all finally leading to its core - the naviglio. Reaching the organically shaped piazza around the canal, people are shutting down the noise of the city and are able to enjoy the natural landscape but without losing touch with reality. The view from the mineral amphitheater overlooking the area brings together the raw beauty of nature and monumental gracefulness of the city skyline. They don’t conflict each other, on the contrary, they form a utopian ideal of what a city should be - both organic and artificial, both fast and slow, both hard and soft.

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TEAM - 3 P. Mascolo, M. Mostacchi, N. Ninkovic, T. Arunsuwangorn, Y. Piyakamolnirun

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan FLUID GARDEN The project aims to redevelop part of Biblioteca degli Alberi or “Library of trees” in respond with the reopening of the Naviglio Martesana. The main channel of Navigli runs under Via Melchiorre Gioia, the project propose the shifting waterway in order to create a small lake for the waterfront inside the garden while the main flow of water remains the same. With the inclination from Piazza Gae Aulenti to the area, creating a slope of land which would run towards our proposed project. The waterfront hosts a recreation area for the community with shops and relaxing area which enhance people to interact and be part of the new open Navigli. The visitor can take a stepping stones which can connects both sides of the waterfront. The project goal is not only to create a recreation space but also to improve the connection between two sides of the park which divided by Via Melchiorre WORKSHOP Gioia. The project provided INTERNATIONAL OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan the pedestrian and bicycle path on both sides of the street with more safety and convenient than the existing condition, with the bridge connects two of the DESIGN XI edition INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN ANDside ARCHITECTURAL CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan green area together creating a system of circulation through out the area of Porta Nuova to the city of Milan.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan Water lines The design is developed following a strategy defined after an accurate analysis of functions and people and car traffic in the specific area of Via Senato. Due to the central position of the project it is defined in a situation with the peculiarities of Europeans historical centers. The project of the future Naviglio path crosses situations with completely different characteristics. The first part is mainly occupied by car traffic coming from the fashion district of Via della Spiga while the northern area is conceived as to be more silent and peaceful walkway. The project tries to define a central part that can link both sides while acting as a public square and space for fashion and art events. The main idea of art events and expositions is also related to the fact that an important art gallery for Milan (Galleria d’Arte Moderna) is located at the end of a green path that directly links to the project site. Our strategy is to have different links

MASTER PLAN

TEAM - 5 N.D. Maglio, P. Phenphrueksakun, S.S. Tahanasab, J. Zani, Y. Zhao, W. Wangboonsakul

for the Naviglio: bridges, platforms, squares and a stage. In fact, we have different bridges, some are narrow and only for pedestrian, and some bigger for cars, to connect the fashion district with the norther part of the city. There also are some platforms, that goes down to the water with some steps, so that people can rest, take a seat and be closer to the water. We also add a stage, in a part of our site that we found very interesting, just next to the park, and were we create a square; this stage can host different events, maybe musical ones or art as well. In the park we kept how it was, because we found that it was something to keep in a city like Milan, we just add some red boxes that can work as seat, or a table for a pic-nic, and maybe there can be a fashion show inside the park and people can seat there to enjoy the show; and they can also be platforms for art pieces.

E4

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TION A-A

SECTION C-C

Turati

INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan

LOCATION FOCUS

TEAM - 5

TRAFFIC FOCUS Palestro Palestro Palestro

N.D. Maglio, P. Phenphrueksakun, S.S. Tahanasab, J. Zani, Y. Zhao, W. Wangboonsakul Palestro

Montenapoleone Montenapoleone Montenapoleone Montenapoleone

lOcatiOn

MASTER PLAN

traFFic Turati Subway Station Subway Station Subway Station Subway Station

TRAFFIC TRAFFIC TRAFFIC TRAFFIC

B

C

Bus Stop Bus Stop Bus Stop Bus Stop

C

B

A

SITE 3: VIA SENATO

A

Pa

Located in Historic Area of Milan North

Montenapoleone FOCUS

TRAFFIC

REOPENED CANAL

FOcus

traFFic

Pedestrian Pedestrian Pedestrian Pedestrian Vehicle Vehicle Vehicle Vehicle

AVAILABLE CONDITIONS AVAILABLE CONDITIONS

Modern Gallery Modern ArtArt Gallery

AVAILABLE CONDITIONS TRAFFIC FOCUS

Strategy TRAFFIC

Gallery Gallery

Commercial Street Commercial Street

Strategy Strategy Strategy Strategy

Della Spiga Via Via Della Spiga Via Della Spiga

Commercial Street Commercial Street Sant’ Andrea Via Via Sant’ Andrea Via Sant’ Andrea

vailaBle cOnDitiOns

strateGY

Pla

Available Landscape Available Landscape Available Buildings Available Buildings

modern art Gallery Modern Art Gallery

Platform Platform Platform Platform

-1.75m Gallery Gallery

18m 2.5m

3.5m

7.2m

Via Della Spiga

Stage Stage Stage Stage

Commercial Street commercial street

7.2m

CTION B-B

0m -1.75m

Square Square Square Square

Commercial Street

7.5m

Bridge Bridge Bridge Bridge

Via Sant’ Andrea

B

Sq

S

Available Landsca Pedestrian

Available Building Vehicle

SCENE 1

-2.3m

-2m

9m

3.5m

-1m

0m

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan

TEAM - 6 L.L. Llorens De Arquer, M. Modesti, Y. Kongdachalert, A. Sartore, Y. Wu

THE REVIVAL OF THE WATER The area is actually composed by four car ways that are very noisy and that are the cause of a separation from the two side of the street. In addition to these problems, the park that is really close to the area is not really used by people who live there and from passers-by as well. For all these reasons, we decided to reopen the entire section of Naviglio, and we try to create a stop of the several paths that we want to include in this proposal, even though the main aim is to connect the two sides of the Naviglio with the same one that crosses our project. First of all, the Naviglio will be used as an infrastructure, the boat will be a mean of transport and the area will be a stop of the boat path. For this reason we decided to create a platform on the water where people

can come in from the boat, and than reach the upper square by a staircase or an elevator. The square is a very important point because it is the focus of the project. Here it will be possible to meet people or take the walk or the cycle path that cross the project and come inside the park. We decided to give importance to the park as well because it could be the extension of the project. In fact the Naviglio in the ancient Age was connected with a lake in the north of the area by a little river that ran through it, for this reason we want to reopen it and create a water path that falls in the Naviglio. In this way the park will be stronger and more comfortable and the fall will be albe to male the boat stop a unique meeting point.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan

TEAM - 6 L.L. Llorens De Arquer, M. Modesti, Y. Kongdachalert, A. Sartore, Y. Wu

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan

TEAM - 7 S. Aussavavirojekul, M. Filipovic, E. Olcay, E. Serrano Castello, P. Sirirunkhumanont, G.F. Tura

livinG HistOrY Starting from the current Parco delle Basiliche, the project tries to merge both directions, the green one and the future wateway. In this point both direction converge with the addition of the new M4 stations, that creates a kind of a new centrality for the future Milan. In this project, our challange is to connect the two very important historical landmarks, restoring a very famous view that many artists painted in the past. To achieve this mission, first we created a strong and sinuous bridge between two lands. Later on we wanted to create a “darsena” kind

of a place where people can sit, chill, meet and enjoy the beautiful view of the San Lorenzo Church. Most importantly by creating a node that will act as a meeting space, activating a space through a infrastructure. What we propose will help to increase the quality of the area controlling the flows that will be generated from the new metro line, and create a new attraction place in the city. Furthermore a path next to the canal and at the level of the water guides you thought De Amicis to the new reinvented area.

A’

A’

Master Plan 1:1000

Master Plan 1:200

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan

TEAM - 7 S. Aussavavirojekul, M. Filipovic, E. Olcay, E. Serrano Castello, P. Sirirunkhumanont, G.F. Tura

Section A-A’ Section A-A’

Master Plan 1:200

Master Plan 1:200

Master Plan 1:200

Master Plan 1:200 Section D-D’

Section C-C’

Section

Section C-C’

Section C-C’

Section B-B’

Section D-D’ Section B-B’

Section C-C’

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan

TEAM - 8 S. Gerchev, F. Londino, E. Romanenkova, P. Supajareerak, S. Xiao

illuminate urBan iDentitY The project area is located between two churches: the San Lorenzo Maggiore to the north and the Sant’Eustorgio to the south. The chosen shape of the square recalls the Greek amphitheater recalling the curvilinear forms which are characteristic for the zone. The square is divided into three terraces on different levels: the first one is on the ground level and the last almost flush with water creating attractive way to approach the canal. The arena is characterized by a steel arch that acts as a visual frame towards the San Lorenzo Maggiore. This arch has the feature of lighting up at night and spraying vapour, giving a sense of freshness and making the man-water relationship much more intense, not limiting it only from a visual and auditive point of view that you could have with the simple canal. Such arches are situated in each of the entrances of the park, uniforming the area with the square and giving those who pass through it a sense of safety at night and also a sensorial journey, further enhanced by the presence of floral essences on all the main axis. The same material - travertine was used for both the square and the park increasing the connection between them, a material typically used in Milan, able to offer interesting colour, in different weather conditions. Furthermore it is a material that “suffers” the stratification of time: “Deteriorating” and will further harmonize the project area with the historical context.

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan

TEAM - 8 S. Gerchev, F. Londino, E. Romanenkova, P. Supajareerak, S. Xiao

Sketche

Sketches

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition CONTEMPORARY CITIES AND URBAN REGENERATION - Milan Workshop’s Presentation

Visit to the Project’s site

Students at work

Delivery of certificate of attendance

WORKSHOP’S MOMENTS

Final project’s presentation

Lectures

Final party

Final day of Workshop

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INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP OF URBAN AND ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN XI edition 21st - 25th May 2018 Contemporary Cities and Urban Regeneration Milan. Reopen the Navigli

Politecnico di Milano Chulalongkorn University Program

Submission guideline

Monday 21st May Campus Leonardo, Milan

10:00 - 12:00

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:

Andrea Cassone

Deputy President - Association “Riaprire i Navigli” Professors:

Bundit Chulasai

Professor of Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Sarayut Supsook

Opening Ceremony Workshop Presentation Visit to the Project Site

09:00 - 10:00

Lecturer in the Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University

Sirintra Vanno

Department of Landscape Faculty of Architecture - Chulalongkorn University Participants:

Luca Scalingi

Tutor - Politecnico di Milano

- First panel - Urban Plan and Architectonic Sections: planimetric drawing 1:2000 / 1:1000 urban sections 1:100

Tuesday 22nd May Campus Bovisa, Milan

Design Lab Design Lab

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

Wednesday 23rd May Campus Bovisa, Milan

Design Lab Middle Presentation

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

Thursday 24th May Campus Bovisa, Milan

Design Lab Design Lab

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

Friday 25th May Campus Bovisa, Milan

Design Lab Final Presentation Closing Ceremony

tutors: Oksana Bannik, Mariagiulia Di Lizia organization: arch. Marco Grassi

09:00 - 12:30

14:00 - 18:00 18:00 - 18:30

- Second panel - Concept design: planimetric drawing 1:500 / 1:100 prospectives - (Third panel) n°4 frames of analitical video n°4 frames of project video Content of the videos: - First video: current situation - Second video: project proposal Content of the paper: - Project descrition: description of the project as a comment of the panels and the drawings included

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"Reopen the Navigli" organized by Politecnico di Milano and Chulalongkorn University. Period: 21st-25th May 2018. Place: Milan. Professors:...

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"Reopen the Navigli" organized by Politecnico di Milano and Chulalongkorn University. Period: 21st-25th May 2018. Place: Milan. Professors:...

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