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Case Study:

ReSHAPE GRP_06 Fjoralba Murati Anne-Marie Bluethgen Gilles Muller von Goetz

Adriano Proges, 2018

ReSTa Temporary Social Residence [in Milan] School Of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Engineering Msc Architecture - Built Environment - Interiors A.A. 2017/2018 / I Semester proff. Gennaro Postiglione (Interiors) Peter Beard (Photography) Stefania Sabatinelli (Sociology) with

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Adriano TSR Via Adriano

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Index 01. PEOPLE

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Current Groups of inhabtitants Possible Groups of Inhabitants Design Strategy

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02. GENERAL

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Life of Adriano Foot Print & Key Elements Photomontage 03. AGGREGATIONS

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ADR.a 3rd floor ADR.a-A1 ADR.a-A2 ADR.a-A3 Plan Section Axonometric Projection Fixed Furniture

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04. UNITS

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ADR.a-BR ADR.a-LR ADR.a-SI Common Space

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05. MATERIALITY

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1. PEOPLE

Considering the fact that the building of Via Adriano has been abandoned for a long time and never been completed, there are no residents in it to consider for the survey. Therefore the group visited the other case studies in order to come in touch with the current users of the RST programme and understand their reality and expectations. By this exercise we obtained material helpful to understand the potential users of the building in the future and inform our design approach and strategies. Important to note that in the RST of Via Adriano the programme will be mainly hosting children and their mother, therefore those are the most relevant users we studied from the other cases. We consider the different scales of that family and so we provide with the design accomodation solutions for every possible case. Another step we took is to ideally allocate some of the mothers with children we met already and see the possibility of the space being appropriate and accomodating for their specific needs. In the following diagrams we unfold the possibilities our design allows and the flexibility in numbers and combinations of users for every unit or aggregation.

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Current Groups of Inhabitants

[SP] Type Single Person 1 nucleus 1 person

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[COU]

Type Couple 1 nucleus 2 people

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[FAM]

Type Family 1 nucleus 1 or 2 adults + child/children

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Possible Groups of Inhabitants

[MOKI.1] Type mother with child 1 nucleus 1 mother & 1 child

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[MOKI.2]

Type mother with children 1 nucleus 1 mother & 1-2 children

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[MOKI.3]

Type mother with children 1 nucleus 1 mother & 1-3 children

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Design Strategy

Considering human dimensions

Stability & flexibility

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south Orientation

Furniture defining the space

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2. GENERAL

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1850 sqm total

332 sqm public

359 sqm shared

749 sqm private

1 types of families

40/50+ beds min/max

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Life of Adriano

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Foot Print & Key Elements

private

shared

outdoor

build-in furniture

existing structure

new structure

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Photomontage

pHOTOMONTAGE

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3. AGGREGATIONS

The different units compose several types of agreegations and they are also varying from one floor to another. In total there are four different agreegation types defined by dimensions, number of people they can host and the spaces they contain. In the design we also consider the common area as a courtyard of the units, making the whole floor a bigger scale agregation. In a larger scale the floor is part of the RST aggregation which is part of the aggregation of the whole building which also belongs to a bigger one, the community of via Adriano. The variations of the aggregations gives the possibility of the residents to have a more sharing and being part of a group experience or maintaining a private and indipendant everyday life. Another goal we aimed for with the design is that with the possibility that the RST conditions to change in the future, as for which people, how many and for how long it can host would not decrease the effictive use of the building. The variations of units and agregations and the flexibility of the furniture can allow to host also residents other that just mothers and kids and not only people who are in need and maybe for longer time than the current. A very significant space is the groundfloor W.E.M.I. space together with coworking activities. The space is open to everyone and that could be a platform for the RST residents and people from other contexts to interact, help and inspire each other and mostly to be able to gain professional rehabilitation.

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30sqm

ADR.a 3rd floor

50sqm

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ADR.a-A2

60sqm

ADR.a-A3

ADR.a 2nd floor

50sqm

60sqm

ADR.a-A2

ADR.a-A3

30sqm

ADR.a 1st floor

ADR.a-A1

50sqm

ADR.a-A2 60sqm

ADR.a-A3

246sqm coworking space

ADR.a Ground-floor

51sqm service space

35sqm foyer space

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ADR.a 3rd floor

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ADR.a-A1 [MOKI.1] 30sqm

ADR.a-A2 [MOKI.2] 50sqm

ADR.a-A3 [MOKI.3] 60sqm

Common Space 122sqm

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ADR.a-A1

Area Tot Shared Space Private Space

68 sqm 10 sqm 58 sqm

2 mothers & 2 children Single apartment Double apartment

29 sqm 29 sqm

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SOFA

BED B E D

B E D

Nadeen,36 Max,1

Maria,50

BED

BED

Nadeen is living in one of the small apartments of togethSthe RST-Program B Oer with her sonEMax. F D AThe little family moved here shortly after Max was born. Since he is still so small, they don’t need a lot of space. Max still likes to sleep in bed with his mother, which is why Mia,14 bed theyGraciela,40 use the second as a sofa.

SOFA BED

Laura,5

B E D

BED

Maria moved to Adriano when her daughter Laura still slept in a smaller B bed. By nowE she wants to have her D own proper bed, which is why Maria makes use of the possibilty to turn the sofa into a bed for the night. Like this Laura gets to have a little area to herAndrea,46 Julia,3 Nico,5 self, at the same time she still enjoys being close to her mother.

BED BED

S O F A

SOFA

BED

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BED B E D


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Nadeen:”Since my son Max is still small, it’s very comfortable here. Marie’s daughter likes to come over to play with him, while Marie and I chat over the latest news.”

Nadeen & Max

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Marie: “It is always fun to share not only a meal, but also a nice talk with my neighbour Nadeen. We meet a lot in the kitchen and started to become real friends.�

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ADR.a-A2

Area Tot Shared Space Private Space

47 sqm 32 sqm 15 sqm

1 mother & 1-2 children Double room Living room

15 sqm 21 sqm

The plus “+” in the upper right hand corner refers to the sofa in the living room being able to be arranged as a double bed. As this situation is most probably only comfortable for a short period of time, we didn´t consider it in the numbers.

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SOFA

BED B E D

B E D

Nadeen,36 Max,1

Maria,50

Laura,5

BED

BED

S O F A

Andrea,46 Julia,3 Nico,5

Graciela,40 Mia,14

SOFA

B E D

B E D

B E D

BED

BED

BED

BEDAndrea

is living together B with her two little children E D While the Julia and Nico. children share the bedroom, Andrea has created BED her own individual space around the fixed furniture in the living room.

Graciela BED

has theS chance of O living in a two room apartF A ment in Adriano. Since her daughter, Mia, is 14 years old, her mother decidSOFA ed to give her a room for herself. She sleeps in the living room and uses the third sofa-bed as place to sleep. As Graciela is working as a caregiver in the morning, she has to get up early, so her daughter and she leave the apartment in the morning toMarika,63 Theo,16 gether.

Yasmin,41

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Nadia,9 Kai,6 Sara,4 Ana,2


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Mia:�This room is missing some small things, but I have everything that I need. I appreciate to be able to be alone in my room, my Mum is always inviting friends over...�

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Graciela:�I am really glad that Mia can have a room for herself here. Teenage years can be so difficult! I arranged myself well in the living room, it offers various niches where I can be for myself too.�

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Julia:�I just turned 3! We celebrated in the big space outside and all my friends came!�

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Andrea:”For now it is very nice to stay here. The apartment is big enough for the three of us and we feel at home; I just hope to find another apartment before the kids get older, don’t want to share their place and start fighting!”

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ADR.a-A3

Area Tot Shared Space Private Space

57 sqm 29 sqm 28 sqm

1 mother & 1-3 children Double room Double room Living room

13 sqm 15 sqm 20 sqm

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S O F A

Graciela,40 Mia,14

SOFA BED

Andrea,46 Julia,3 Nico,5

BED S O F A

SOFA

B E D

B E D

B E D

BED BED

BED B E D

BED

Yasmin,41

Marika,63 Theo,16

Nadia,9 Kai,6 Sara,4 Ana,2

Yasmin and her four children share a threeroom apartment in Adriano. Nadia and Sara are sleeping in one room, while the littlest girl, Ana, is staying with her brother Kai. Yasmin loves to invite her friends and neighbours over while the kids are in school and kindergarden. This is when her bed in the living room turns into a sofa and creates a comfortable space for several people.

Marika and her son Theo are living in the biggest type of apartments in Adriano. Theo and Marika both have their own room which offers a lot of place for storage as well as a big sofa. Like this they can use the sofa-bed in the living room only as a sofa and still have enough space to invite friends and neighbours.

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Yasmin:�Since we moved here, I met so many new people. Especially in my case, as I have 4 kids, it helps to exchange with others, who are in the same situation. Before we lived here, one room was used as a kind of guest-room. I am glad it belongs to this apartment now and we can all fit!�

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Nadia:�It is not easy to be the oldest of four children...I have to help out a lot. But luckily Mum likes to be in the common space, where she and the little ones can meet other neighbours and of course also their kids to play with them.�

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ADR.a - Axonometric Projection 1

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Playground

Outdoor Space

Elevator

7 Common Kitchen

Common Restroom

ADR.a-A1 [MOKI.1] 30sqm

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ADR.a-A2 [MOKI.2] 50sqm

ADR.a-A3 [MOKI.3] 60sqm

4 Common Space 122sqm

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4. UNITS

The units are designed by the composition and strategical position of the built-in furniture that create the spaces. The built in furniture is the most important element that defines the boundaries of the unit and that has been the initial step of our design strategy, define the unit and with it the space. The units are composed by these objects that have a flexible function so they can host different activities such as unit ADR.a-LR that is the living room, kitchen and eating space, but the sofa bed can add also the possibility to sleep in that space. An elemnt that ads to the flexibility of the project is the addition of a Back-up room, it is a unit part of the bigger aggregation which has also an independant entrance and can be used as part of any aggregation if needed. The oversimplified forms, dimensions and layouts of the units make them suitable to be used by any of the temporary residents, to be costumized accordingly and give a feeling of a hominess. The materials that compose the space are only exposed concrere that relates to the re use of the structure, wood for a warm enviroment and only the bult in furniture is pigmented concrete that makes it stand out, define the space’s function and give a more friendly and playful tone to the interiors.

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ADR.a-BR 15sqm

ADR.a-LR 21sqm

ADR.a-SI 25sqm

Common Space 122sqm

[BR] - Bedroom [LR] - Living Room [SI] - Single Room Apartment

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ADR.a-BR 15sqm

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ADR.a-LR 21sqm

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ADR.a-SI 25sqm

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ADR.a-SI 25sqm

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existing concrete floor cove polished finish

Floorboards Pinewood oil/wax based finish

60x30 cm ceramic tile grey finish

Pigmented leightweight con red pigment

leightweigt concrete for wa finish?

Terrace floor

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existing concrete floor covered with expoxy resin Common Space polished finish Existing concrete floor Covered with epoxy resin Polished

Floorboards Pinewood oil/wax based finish Apartments Floorboards in Pinewood Oil/waxed based Finish

60x30 cm ceramic tile Bathroom grey finish Floor - ceramic tiles 60x30cm, grey Walls - ceramic tiles 60x30cm, white

Pigmented leightweight concrete redDefinined pigment furniture Structure - Pigmented leightweight concrete, red pigment Drawers - Pine plywood Rail - steel pipe 30mm leightweigt concrete for walls Walls finish? Grey leightweight concrete Not pigmented Plasic modular panels for casting

Terrace floor Terrace Cast mastic asphalt floor For outdoor use

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