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Living side by size rethinking the threshold between home and the city

Davide Antolini | Matteo Leverone | Simone Marzorati with the supervision of Prof. Lorenzo Consalez and Arch. Marco Jacomella


Housing needs no longer fit in with the built heritage, because of deep and wide changes in today’s society


Why ?

Socio - Economic problems

Socio - Demographic problems

Flexible and precarious jobs

Transformation of the traditional family forms


How does it affect housing ?

Existing situation

Wished situation

Oversized apartments if compared to the average salary lead to unaffordable housing

Variety of housing sizes and users reflects new needs


How to get an innovative affordable house ?


Sharing the in-between

“Architects should (...) incorporate social and urban cohesion in residential buildings (...) and finally be able to create an architectural intimacy that generates a sense of community� Hertzberger H.,Territori Europei dell’abitare: 1990-2010


Where in-between ?

between the city

between the neighboorhood

between housing


Theoretical research: “Affordable Housing: Domesticity Reloaded” final exhibition, january 2020


Theoretical research: analized case studies


How in-between ?

diversity

security

permeability

variety of uses

p a r t i c i p at i o n

community

functional mix

interaction

connection

accessibility

dy n amism

porosity

belonging

hotspot

so cia

l heterogen

eit y


Living side by size rethinking the threshold between home and the city Research by design


Sampierdarena: territorial framework


Average income

> 20k €

20k - 25k €

25k - 30k €

30k - 40k €

< 40k €


Points of interest Parco del Polcevera - Cerchio Rosso

Piazza Principe railway station

Sampierdarena railway station Fiumara shopping center

Lanterna di Genova


Project site bus depot via Rolando, Genova Sampierdarena


Project site bus depot via Rolando, Genova Sampierdarena


Solid and void


Nine buildings


Intertwined functions


Living side by side


Living side by side


Living side by size

size L between the city

size M between clusters

size S between apartments


size

L

between the city


How to relate an innovative housing project with the Genoese built environment? diversity

security

permeability

variety of uses

p a r t i c i p at i o n

community

functional mix

interaction

connection

accessibility

dy n amism

porosity

belonging

hotspot

so cia

l heterogen

eit y


Urban voids

pedestrian plaza

vehicle accessible square


Sampierdarena: pedestrian situation

do olan via R

eti via R Sampierdarena railway station

pedestrian streets

roads


Site plan

new pedestrian path

public square

buildings as theatrical setting


Territorial sections

current situation

project


Ground floor plan

porosity

widening

optical cones


Longitudinal section


size

M

between clusters


How to combine different buildings into clusters?

diversity

security

permeability

variety of uses

p a r t i c i p at i o n

community

functional mix

interaction

connection

accessibility

dy n amism

porosity

belonging

hotspot

so cia

l heterogen

eit y


Functional analysis

hangars

public services

culture

residential

shops


Intertwined community facilities

Public functions

Shared facilities

community hub

collective loggias

gym

urban gardening

music room

collective rooftop

theatre lab

basketball court

robot lab art lab exhibition space shops cafĂŠ

beach volley court football pitch tv room community manager library


Public promenade


Ground floor cluster B cluster A robot lab

community hub art lab

music room

shop exhibition space cafĂŠ cluster C

theatre lab


First floor cluster B cluster A library

special room

community hub cafĂŠ cluster C

gym


Second floor cluster B cluster A community hub

tv room

community manager cluster C


Third floor cluster B cluster A community hub

collective loggia cluster C


Fifth floor cluster B cluster A

collective loggia beach volley court

collective rooftop basketball court football pitch cluster C

coliving


Transversal section

intertwined functions


size

S

between apartments


How can living be considered innovative?

diversity

security

permeability

variety of uses

p a r t i c i p at i o n

community

functional mix

interaction

connection

accessibility

dy n amism

porosity

belonging

hotspot

so cia

l heterogen

eit y


Existing community


Future community


Future community


Innovative housing

model I

model II

model III

flexible apartments

collective loggias

collective terraces


Model I

flexible apartments

vertical distribution

modular homes

fixed components

flexibility

modular facade

rooftop with shared facilities


Typical floor plan

flexibility


Flexibility in time

time 1

time 2


Model II

collective loggias

vertical distribution

porosity

collective loggia

closed and open loggias

in-between void

rooftop shared garden


Typical floor plan

shaping the apartments


Seasonability

winter

summer


Model III

collective terraces

vertical distribution

division in three bands

porosity

special rooms

collective terraces

rooftop shared playground


Typical floor plan

additional special rooms


Special room

home office

guest room


Longitudinal section

main features


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Living side by size  

Rethinking the threshold between home and the city by Davide Antolini, Matteo Leverone, Simone Marzorati (Diploma: Summer 2020) Supervisors:...

Living side by size  

Rethinking the threshold between home and the city by Davide Antolini, Matteo Leverone, Simone Marzorati (Diploma: Summer 2020) Supervisors:...

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