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C RUP I portfolio 2016


LIA CRUPI urban planner lia.crupi@gmail.com +358465904055 päivärinnankatu 5b A 20 00250, helsinki


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

COMPE TITIONS International competition “Rigenerare Corviale” 3rd PRIZE

City Planning Department Helsinki 05/2016 - today

Helsinki/Rome 12/2015 JKMM Architects, LOCI Architects

LOCI

Maisema-arkkitehdit Oy Helsinki 03/2015 - 11/2015, 04/2016

Invitational competition “Tikkurilan Jokiranta“ 1st PRIZE

Urban simulation laboratory Milano 11/2012 - 02/2013

Tikkurila, Finland 02/2016 LOCI Architects

Esterni

Milano 09/2011 - 11/2011

Multiplicity Lab

Milano 10/2009 - 03/2010

STUDIES

SEMINARIES

Urban plannng and policy design

Homes and owners Politecnico di Milano 07/02/2012 intervention

Politecnico di Milano Milano 2011 - 2013 master degree

Temporary housing for student comunities

Town and regional planning

Politecnico di Milano 14/12/2010 organization

University of Sheffield Sheffield, UK 01/2011 - 07/2011 Erasmus programm

Urbanism

Politecnico di Milano Milano 2007 - 2011 bachelor degree

PIZZA


my believe as a urban planner is the HUMAN DIMENSION and the effect that the built environment has on social interaction between people i believe lively and widely used public space areas to be important keys to quality in cities and to overall wellbeing regardless of the complexity or the scale of a project, the process has always PEOPLE

AS STARTING POINT

designing public spaces is the final phase of a process where human centered choices allow people to integrate positive experiences into their everyday routines by walking, biking or taking transit


PEOPLE

SPACE

BUILDINGS

“IN THAT ORDER“ J. Gehl


THE EARTH HAS WARMED 1.5 Co since the late 19th century. climate change has coincided with a surge in carbon emissions from rapidly industrializing world and it’s conditioning our lives and cities. we are already redrawing the map of the planet as THE SEA

LEVEL HAS STARTED RISING with a trend of 1,3 m

every year. (data from national geographic 11/2015)


yet i believe there’s a trace of hope as the change depend on individuals, businesses and cities around the world as a urban planner i always make an effort to bring the

SUSTAINABILITY ISSUE to my projects.


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car travel decreases in

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green buildings

cities where development

(solar panels, gar

centers around transit

roofs, energy effic

stations.

systems, etc.)

encourage people to use public trasportations and bikes rather than cars

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roads paved with photocatalytic concrete can neutralize harmful pollutants before they contaminate the environment


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sustainable water management: rain gardens replace lawns and soak up storm water by the time storm water filters down to the aquifer below or to the river or sea, it has been cleansed of pollutants and the nutrients hold in the ground

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byoenergy production from build-up areas can help mitigate co2 emissions and can decrease dependency on fossil fuel.


TABLE OF CONTENTS laajasalo

preliminary design report, 2015 @Helsinki city planning department

KEIDAS, 1st PRIZE landscape architecture competition, 02/2016 @LOCI Architects

SAVILAHTI

STRATEGIC PLAN, 2015 @LOCI Architects

FINNOON KESKUS

STRATEGIC PLAN, 2015 @LOCI Architects

MASTER THESIS

2013 @Politecnico di Milano

CLOROFILLA CITY

TEMPORARY PLANNING PROJECT, 2009 @Multiplicity Lab

TEMPORIUSO RESIDENCES

TEMPORARY PLANNING PROJECT, 2009 @Multiplicity Lab


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L AAJSALO PRELIMINARY DESIGN REPORT, 2016 the aim of the project is to understand the built environment of Laajasalo and its relation with people´s quality of life, in order to develope strategies and make more qualified decision about how to make Laajasalo a more attractive and lively place to live in.

BUILT ENVIRONMENT SHAPES OUR BEHAVIOURS: more roads invite more traffic; on the other hand better conditions for walking and cycling invite more people to walk and ride bikes. for this reason the focus point of the approach is people: their senses, movements, activities, behavior in their surrandings.

Helsinki city plan department

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Laajasalo has a strong natural setting and a privileged position: in very close proximity of the see and in the middle of a vast rich green network that starches from south to north. There are important presences like Tullisaari´s Tuurholmanpuisto and Henrik Borgströminpuisto as well as Aittasaari and Tahvonlahden-niemi. Laajasalon Uimaranta and Elsankallio are valuable elements in the area´s identity and people´s memory. due to the forest-like vegetation along the coast and a poor and disconnected pedestrians and bicycle network, the opportunities to access the watercoast are very poor:

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social and cultural facilities

commercial facilities

schools

sport facilities parks

Laajasalo is highly monofuntional, mostly residential with few opportunities for people to get involved into activities. Few services are concentrated in Yliskylä´s centre: a small shopping cluster; a church which is the only meeting point for elderly; schools; sport center and a wide range of different sport fields.

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attractivness of a space is strictly connected to its quality: empty public spaces and an absence of people involved in optional actvities reflect the poor quality in Laajasalo

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one of the solution to improve the attractivness of Laajasalo is to develope a BLUE CHARACTER and to improve

the access to the coast in order to bring people and activities to the water.

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cultural nodes

the lack of east-west connections has been improved and have been developed new

harbour baths/ uimarannat

the west coast has been mantained as rich

harbour parks

URBAN NODES along the east coast while green area

promenades

urban nodes represent the oportunity to improve the access to the coast, of becoming a points of connection, to be active and attractive for all the user groups

residences by the water mixed use

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the overall network has been developed and completed and a hierarchy of streets has been established: main routes running from north to south and from east to east of Laajasalo; primary streets that maximize the transversal connections and a system of secondary local routes; rantareitti route around the coast. In the network have been established new local hubs and destination points where to develope services and attractions

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in the report is included a range of designing tools, a set of tested solution that have been experimented already elsewhere and to apply to Laajasalo case. in the set are included: NEIGHBOURHOOD

GREENWAYS (1), ADAPTATIVE STREETS TOOLS (2), “ALL AGES AND ABILITIES” BICYCLE ROUTES SYSTEM

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KEIDAS landscape architecture competition, 1st prize, 2016 The project KEIDAS (oasis) has been rewarded with the 1st prize at the Landscape architecture competition “Tikkurilan Jokiranta� in Tikkurila, Vantaa.

KEIDAS recalls the intention of converting the green area along the Keravanjoki river into a green oasis in the hearth of the future dense Tikkurila center. the old factories and buildings have been maintained and converted into lively urban spaces allowing the place to preserve its identity and connection with its past while bringing the opportunity for people to join a wide range of new activities. the river has been brought back to the ground level in order to maximize the access to the water and to the activities along the bank and new routes and views are opened.

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UIST OON LE AL M SE IA TT AI LY R VE

RAKENNETTU RANTA PUISTOTOIMINNOT VAPAA PUISTOTILA

TAPAHTUMAPUISTO

YHTEINEN OLOHUONE ULKOILUYHTEYDET JOKIVARRESSA

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“JOKIRANTA AUKIO”

“VERNISSAAUKIO” PYÖRÄTIE

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T DE Y E SA HT ES Y R LU R OI IVA K K UL JO

RAVINTOLA TERASSI

PIIPPU KALA SAVUSTUS

KALASTUSO VEININMYLLY TANSSILAVA KESÄTERASSI

LAITURIT

KAHLUURANTA SAUNA

RANTAPUISTOT OLESKEN VEDEN ÄÄRELLÄ

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connections from Tikkurila center to the river have been reinforced and developed by different means: the establishment of theme-axes (1); crossing points have been redesigned to be safe and to be attractive gates to the project areas. (2) YH TE

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tation (3), but at the same time parks and watercoast have been redesigned to be attractive and host new activites (4)

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ECOSYSTEM SERVICE refers to the benefits human populations derive from urban ecosystems. the project develops an urban/natural ecosystem that will bring not only environmental benefits such as air filtering and noise reduction, but also a range of RECREATIONAL AND CULTURAL values

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different environments support different activities: (1) a build waterfront brings activities by and on the water (2) the industrial buildings are redisigned to host cultural activities and recall to a place memory (3) a natural waterfront support local vegetation and activgfities such as fishing

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SOCIAL/ CULTURAL/ ARTISTIC PRODUCTION PHASE

INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION PHASE

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VERNISSATEHDAS + PALOASEMA JA POLTTOUUNIN PIIPPU

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TIKKURILAN SILKKITEHDAS + VEDENPUHDISTAMO JA PUNPPUASEMA

SÖDERLINGIN MYLLY

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1981 1989 [ teatteri/ musiikki/ lounaskahvila]

1935 ÖLJYPURISTAMO

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MAALITEHDAS

SILKKITEHDAS

[ kultturitointoja/ pienyrityksia/ teatteri/ ompelimo/ puutyöverstas/ verhoomo/ kirpputori/ kampaamo/ kirkon kokoontumistila ]

[kahvila]

MYLLY

HEUREKA

[ tiedekeskus ]

connection with Keravanjoki past is an important part of the project. from the historical analysis has emerged that the river has always supported production, industrial in the early years and creative in the few past years. industrial buildings (vernissatehdas, paloasema , polttouunin piippu, söderlingin mylly, silkkitehdas) has been reuse for recreational and cultural activities and the project support this line redesigning the spaces for such activities.

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ENERGY PRODUCTION PHASE


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the project supports environmental and ecological choises such as

plant cropping

bioenergy production and storm

algae

water managment.

perennial grasses

Bioenergy sources include: CROP

animal waste

RESIDUES, ALGAE, ANIMAL WASTE, HUMAN ACTIVITIES´ ORGANIC WASTE (food, fruits

human activities waste

and vegetables), etc. in the project the production of biomass starts immediatly: while developing areas perennial grasses can be planted in the construction

% OF UNDER-CONSTRUCTION AREA % OF CONSTRUDTED AREA 20%+80%=100%

site and then cropped and animal waste and algaes can be converted

% OF UNDER-CONSTRUCTION AREA

into biomass. the production of biomass continues in the realised project

% OF CONSTRUDTED AREA 50%+50%=100%

areas: in this way the project is

SELF SUSTAINABLE

% OF UNDER-CONSTRUCTION AREA % OF CONSTRUDTED AREA 80%+20%=100%

CONSTRUCTION SITE TEMPORARY BIOENERGY PRODUCTION

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TIKKURILA JOKIRANTA PROJECT BIOENERGY PRODUCTION


a system of rain gardens is developed along the routes that lead to the project areas and in the project green areas itself. rain gardens filter contaminants and conserves clean water, which would have been otherwise wasted in the sewer system or flooded in the river. rain gardens REDUCE POLLUTANTS and

endure MOISTURE AND CONCENTRATION

OF NUTRIENTS present in stormwater runoff

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SAVIL AHTI STRATEGIC PLAN, 2015 the project develops on the base of an empirical analysis. thus the starting point of the design is a 2-days survey conducted in order to understand the layout and the identity of the project area. i believe it´s crucial to isolate distinct features of a place and see what specifically is making its identity, which areas are vibrant and which on the contrary are less attractive. this preliminary analysis has supported me to find those areas in the projects to assign or reinforce a strong image and to give guide lines to the architects in charge of the design of the urbanization of the project area.

client: Kuopion Kaupunki

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from the survey has emerged that the Suvilahti Bay is encircled by hills and that the streets and the railway are organized on different levels, producing a terraced effect that goes from the hill tops to the shore (1) the streets and the railways also represent strong concrete boundaries that cause a broken network of green areas (2) it´ll be crucial to reconnect them in a continuous green flow from Kuopio´s city center to the project´s shoreline

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another aspect, less measurable, that emerge from the survey is that Savilahti has a strong

NATURAL SHORELINE which is strongly present in the PEOPLE IMAGINATION. but the opportunities to interact with the water’s edge as part as one’s daily routines are not as plentiful as one might expect. the presence of many university buildings should bring people by the water; officers from the big buildings around the shore should be thrilled to spend the lunch along the shore, but the reality is different: nothing is happening by the water

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four strategies have be suggested as a result of the analysis: (1) a NATURAL

WATER LANDSCAPE largely inaccessible by car; (2) WATER-BASED

ACTIVITIES; (3) a higly popular WATERFRONT PROMENADE; (4) a STRONGER SKYLINE that gives identity to the area

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1 it’s important to preserve the natural shore as a PRODUCTIVE

paths together with constructed elements

water even if built or dominated

ACTIVITIES IN PROXIMITY OF THE WATER and on the water

by human activities. In this way

itself.

LANDSCAPE and its range of vegetation in proximity of the

the vegetation will clean the water, support animal life and create the nutrients for support itself. the presence of a rich vegetation along the shore, suggestes a moderate collocation of buildings and cars: the shore should stay natural and at a human scale

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the design elements could be steps, piers, plank-ways, view towers, beaches. elements at the water’s edge should remain visible from afar so that people have always a sense of proximity to the water and are invited to bring their activities there


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WATERFRONT

in the project area is a natural potential, that should be selected and designed to have a central role in the project. The presence of the University is crucial together with the Masterplan’s aim to bring more work places and

distance. smaller buildings and structures would less of a barrier along the water’s edge and would also produce a greater variety of activities and a multifaceted landscape

residential buildings

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FINNOON KESKUS STRATEGIC PLAN, 2015 the project of Finnoon Keskus is located by an archipelago seashore and includes a Länsimetro’s new metro station with a commercial identity as well as offices, kindergartens, retirement homes and residences which are gonna bring 20.000 residence to the new urban area. the strategic plan for Finnoon Keskus aims to develope

LIVELY, ATTRACTIVE, SAFE, HEALTHY and SUSTAINABLE public spaces with a significant public life.

client: Espoon Kaupunki

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the successfull public space puts the PEOPLE and the

PUBLIC LIFE at the center of its

planning. it’s addressing the people who walk and bike and stay in the space every day that makes it a good space. in the development of a startegic plan for the public spaces of Finnoon Keskus the starting point was the people: who’s gonna use those spaces? a successfull public space is DEMOCRATIC, it doesn’t exclude any user group, but offers the chance to everybody to get involved in some kind of activities

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public life is a matter of

NUMBER OF PERSONS and TIME SPENT in a public space - when the quality of a urban space is poor, only

NECESSARY ACTIVITIES accour (going to work, going to grocery store, go to school, etc.).

the better a place, the more

OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

occurs and the longer necessary activities last

SOCIAL ACTIVITY is the fruit of the quality and length of the other types of activities, because

NECESSARY ACTIVITIES

it occurs spontaneously when people meet in a particular place. social activities include children’s play, greetings and conversations, communal activities of various kinds, and simply seeing and hearing other people.

THE GOAL IS A PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN THAT IS MEANINGFUL AND ATTRACTIVE AND SUPPORT SOCIAL AND OPTIONAL ACTIVITIES

PUBLIC LIFE

PUBLIC SPACE

OPTIONAL - SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

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the space seems to have 3 DIFFERENT

NATURES: a public one (1), where the major route runs; a semi-private one (2), serving the reseidents and the offices; and a green one (3). the buildings are pretty high (between 10 and 24 stores) and represents a HIGH

POINT OF

VIEW: people are gonna have a view of the space from the top many people are gonna walk the space to get to work, to home, to the metro, etc. : the aim is to MAKE

PEOPLE STAY and not only pass

through the space. what is gonna make people stay and get involved into activities is the PRESENCE of other

PEOPLE and of ACTIVITIES. The idea is then to turn the space into a big public arena, where to meet people and get involved into activities of different nature

PUBLIC ARENA

STAGES: RAISED POINTS SEE/SHOW OFF

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picture LOCI Maisema-arkkitehdit Oy

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One of the PROPOSAL

SKETCH

interpreting the strategic planning for Majakkakortteli

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MASTER THESIS 2013 over the years Milano’s historical center has developed a massive presence of cars forgetting about the people that inhabit, move and spend time in its spaces as a result the city has exploded with traffic in a way that puts pedestrians at risk and people out of the historical center in my master thesis I´ve conducted a public life survey, which documents and analyzes the challenge of bringing back people to the historical center through a

NETWORK OF LIVELY PUBLIC SPACES.

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1K m

when the public spaces respects criterias

LIVEBILITY AND HUMAN SCALE DESIGN, 1 Km route will be perceved as much of

shorter because the pedestrian enrich his walk and bycicling with good experiences. in my thesis I compare Milano’s city center with others that have applied a policy in favor of urban spaces for people instead of cars: much smaller centers then Milano’s and with a percentage of population much bigger have succeded in making a network of liveble spaces restituendo the city center to its inhabitants

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Birmingham 1.525.000 m2 pop. 2,3 m

Copenhagen 1.150.000 m2 pop. 1,35 m

Wien 3.010.000 m2 pop. 2,2 m

Lubeck 1.490.000 m2 pop. 220.000

Zurich 1.800.000 m2 pop. 365.000

Stockholm 1.250.000 m2 pop. 1,2 m

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the thesis gives a range of DESIGNING

TOOLS as a base for the requalification of spaces towards a better QUALITY and LIVEBILITY. belowe some examples

STREET FORNITURE: a unified street forniture’s style and illumination helps giving space its own identity. the chance to have secondary sits, for example at the base of a streetlamp, or moveble chairs gives the people the maximum interaction with the space

ACCESS: to have an easy access to a space open a wide range of activities opportunity

TRASPARENT FACEDES: give the chance to bring activities from the inside to the outside and viceversa.

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ACTIVITIES MIX: equiped spaces for different nature activities assure the presence of different kind of people

ACTIVE FACADES: active and trasparent facades attract people to the street and make the activities last longer. they also provide illumination in the night and a sense of security

INTERACTIVE ELEMENTS: the presence of interactive elements, like kiosks or water, invite people to the space and start activities

RESIDENCES: semi-private spaces in front of residential buildings help to bring people out and assure an “eyes on the street� effect important for the safety of a public space

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CLOROFILL A CITY TEMPORARY PLANNING PROJECT, 2009 the general idea of Clorofilla City project is to

TEMPORARILY

USE unused buildings through activities that captivate different population groups and to

PRODUCE CLEAN AND RENEWABLE ENERGY at the same time. Disused buildings in the project are: an office building, ex Breda’s Tower of Models, Vetrobalsamo’s warehouses. Clorofilla City project lasts 10 years and activates 3 productive cycles. each cycle ends with a threeyear exhibition: “Green as garden”, “Green as energy”, “Green as food”.

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1. PRODUCTIVE CYCLE consists in activate each spaces: office building as hostel for tourists, students and and storage space; Vetrobalsamo’s warehouses as multifunctional space that will host many activities such as community gardens, an urban farm, and workshops for artisans and artists.

2. PRODUCTIVE CYCLE consists in an economic investment by installing solar panels. the costs should be covered by the hostel’s revenues, by selling tickets for exhibitions and by renting spaces to artisans, artists and farmers. poplers planted in the Falck area will clear the CO² produced by temporary activities.

3. PRODUCTIVE CYCLE consists in the complete removal of the poplars and obtain tons of biomass. the project ends with the event called “Demolition Party” where people can buy material from dismantled spaces.

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TEMPORIUSO RESIDENCES TEMPORARY PLANNING PROJECT, 2009

ACTIONPROJECT addressed to the temporiuso is an

Municipality and Province of Milan and it proposes to use the existing public and private buildings and open spaces, voids, ABANDONED OR

UNDERUSED, to reactivate them with projects related to the world of culture and associations, of handicrafts and small businesses, temporary hospitality for students and youth tourism, with temp rary use contracts in rent control.

Client: Milan Municipality

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The high demand, mainly by commuting students, forced the public administration to have policies for expanding the number of accommodations in Milan. public administration started to consider the possibility of installing containers in some unused areas and obtain student accommodations. temporiuso’s project suggests a new kind of

STUDENT RESIDENCE that not only

provides facilities for the basic needs (sleep, eat, study), but also for all those activities that

CONTRIBUTE TO CREATE A COMMUNITY.

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1 milion square meters of abandoned railway yards 50 disused farms and farm sheds 70 empty buildins in the city

q 885.000 square meters of offices are vacant 460 artistic, cultural and enverionmentalt assosiations 43.000 commuting students 160.000 expected visitors per day for EXPO 2015 93.000 small businesses

is Milan ready for temporary use policies?

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project’s basic unit is a 30 m² large container multiplied by three. the enlarged unit obtained provides 4 single rooms, 1 kitchen, 1 living room and 2 bathrooms. this solution is the best in order to provide

ACCOMMODATIONS but also COMMON SPACES.

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each floor hosts

ACCOMODATIONS (1x4 students) and

COMMON SPACES (1x40 students)

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courtyard buildin 60x70m apartments 20 common spaces 2 students 80 x6 floors = 480

line building 12x90m apartments 11 common space 1 students 44 x6 floors = 264

open courtyard 48x55m apartments 15 common spaces 2 students 60

terrace house 28x80m apartments 10 common space 1 students 40 x6floors = 360

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the ground floor provides spaces for students but also for the inhabitants of the neighborhood: marketplace, sport facilities, study rooms, cafes, workshops, laundries. this is a strategy that avoids having a total alien structure in the neighborhood because the project integrates the existing population with the new population. the roof hosts sport fields, greenhouses, kitchen gardens to mitigate the impact of the building.

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thank you

Portfolio 2016  

Urban planning and landscape architecture portfolio

Portfolio 2016  

Urban planning and landscape architecture portfolio

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