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LISA DELLA DORA lisa.delladora@gmail.com


ABOUT ME

LISA DELLA DORA 12.08.1988 Italian Via Perlasca 10, Noventa (PD) , 35027 0039 3387301174 lisa.delladora@gmail.com


E D U C AT I O N

SKILLS

LANGUAGES

2011 – 2014 Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture and Sustainability IUAV – University of Venice, Faculty of Architecture

Photoshop

Italian : C2

Illustrator

English : B2

Indesign

German : A1

March – September 2013 Participation at the international competition “Atelier International de l’Architecture Construite “ Final exhibition at UNESCO Headquarters, Paris

Autocad :

11 - 15 April 2013 Participation at “International Workshop for Built Architecture @ Tokyo” Keio University - Tokyo 2008 - 2011 Bachelors degree in Science of Architecture IUAV – University of Venice, Faculty of Architecture 2002 - 2007 High school diploma Enrico Fermi High School, Padova (Italy)

June - August 2014 Internship at Venice Architecture Biennale 2014 Croatian Exhibition at Venice Architecture Biennale 2014 August 2012 - March 2014 Graphic designer Bar&Restaurant in Padova

Archicad Sketch Up Rhinoceros

WORK EXPERIENCE

INTERESTS

December 2011 - March 2012 Collaborator energy certifyer Private customers November 2010 - March 2011 Trainee in bioclimatic architecture Arch. F. Gramegna, Studio Archibiodesign , Padova

3Ds Max MS Office

Graphic Design Rendering Photograpy

www.flickr.com/photos/mimla_lou/

Music Video making Travelling


P R O J E C T S


TOKYO ARCHI.PELAGO MArch THESIS I U AV _ U n i v e r s i t y o f V e n i c e

Tokyo tutor : Benno Albrecht, Sara Marini | with : Marco Spinelli

« The J apan e se t e rm s c h i su i ( fl ood c on t r o l ) a n d r i s u i ( u s e o f wa t er ) a r e o f r el ev a n c e h er e. C h i s u i means pre - v e n t i on of fl oodi n g w i t h t h e h el p o f c i v i l en g i n eer i n g t ec h n i q u es , wh i c h h a v e b een t o pa rticu l arl y i m port an t for u rban de v e l o p m en t i n l o wl a n d a r ea s . W i t h m o d er n i s a t i o n , h o wev er , T o k y o has begu n t o c h an ge from a ‘w at e r c i t y ’ i n t o a ‘ l a n d c i t y ’ . E s p ec i a l l y i n t h e p er i o d o f r es t o r a - t i o n a fter t h e G re at Eart h qu ak e of 1 9 2 3 , be a u t i f u l m o d er n b u i l d i n g s , b r i d g es a n d p a r k s s p r a n g u p o n e a f ter anot h e r al on g gu l l i e s an d ri v e rs, ref o c u s i n g a t t en t i o n o n wa t er s p a - c es . H o wev er , a f t er W o r l d Wa r II, re - c on st ru c t i on of T ok y o i n pre p a r a t i o n f o r t h e 1 9 6 4 O l y m p i c G a m es a l t er ed t h e c i t y b ey o n d re c ogn i t i on , an d i t s ‘ wa t er c i t y ’ i m a g e wa s c o m p l et el y l o s t . » ( Hi de n obu J i n n a i - H o s ei Un i v er s i t y , T o k y o ) In this t h e si s t h e foc u s w i l l be t h e re l at i o n s h i p o f t h e c i t y o f T o k y o wi t h t h e wa t er el em en t . I n f a c t , the aim i s n ot on l y t o pre pare t h e c i t y t o d ea l wi t h t h e p r o b l em s r el a t ed t o r i s i n g s ea l ev el s , b u t a l s o t o re st ore t h e st ron g bon d t h at t h e c i t y h a s h a d wi t h t h e wa t er u p f r o m i t s o r i g i n s .

http://issuu.com/lisadelladora/docs/tokyo_archi.pelago_2014


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TO K Y O LOWLAND S, M AP P ING TOKYO AREAS THA T A R E V U LN EA B LE TO LA N D

F LOOD PH A S ES IN TOK YO B AY A R EA

S U B S IDENCE.

( +1/ +3M) .


TOKYO.ARCHIPEL AGO | 2014 | MArch | THESIS

+3m

OVE R L AP P ING OF DATA P RED ICTIONS OF FLOODIN G A N D S U B S IDEN CE. MA P S H OWS TH E A R EA TH AT WILL B E F LOODED IF TH OS E EV EN T WOU LD H A PPEN AT T H E S A ME TIME.


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HIG HWAY SECTION | HIGHWAY TOP VIEW


TOKYO.ARCHIPEL AGO | 2014 | MArch | THESIS

2020

2050

2080

2100

The project is divided into several stages, each of these

the main accesses are moved to the third floor, at the new

phases provides devices and interventions designed to meet

street level. When the flood comes the emergency housing

different needs. In the first phase begin immediate action.

are transported within districts, while the towers begin to

These interventions take place as early as 2020 and are used

be erected on the water, as they will be ready to accommo-

to activate the system for prevention and adaptation to the

date all the people displaced. With the passage of time are

expected flooding. This is the only phase in which the water

gradually decommissioned the emer- gency prefabricated

has not yet come. The main roads are raised and the hou-

and are transported to the edges of the flooded area, ready

ses within the district are demolished. The debris are accu-

to be reused in the event of a tsunami. During the develop-

multe in strategic points that will host the garden islands.

ment of the project the islands, which were initially formed

Meanwhile, the prefabricated floating are prepared. These

from land carryover and from the rubble of demolition, de-

houses will intervene at the time of the flood to accommo-

velop their own ecosystem. The islands are the only green

date those who resided within the district. The lower floors

areas within the flooded areas, and for this reason they are

of skyscrapers that overlook the overhead are emptied and

carefully preserved. PROJ ECT PH A S ES S EQ U EN CE


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2 0 8 0 AERIAL VIEW


TOKYO.ARCHIPEL AGO | 2014 | MArch | THESIS

2100 TOP V IEW


14 The first decisive action to prepare for flooding is

roads will be the only direct connection with the re-

to raise the road level. In fact, in 2020 the main ro-

maining districts of Tokyo, which will not be subject

ads will be sormonate by a elevated highway, which

to flooding. Through the use of GIS were identified

gradually replaces the layer below. On the elevated

open spaces such as green spaces and sports areas,

roads will overlook skyscrapers, which then move

we planned to use these areas as temporary spaces of

their main entrances on this new street level. These

accumulation of debris caused by demolition, to form

FIR S T PROJECT P HASE _ 2020

2050


TOKYO.ARCHIPEL AGO | 2014 | MArch | THESIS

the base of islands that can emegere once came the

foot on dry land. Floating buildings that are planned

flood. The aim is to preserve uncontaminated green

to intervent in emergency phases are prefabricated

spaces, in contrast to the elevated roads and sky-

modules that can be connected to each other. The

scrapers, characterized by predominance of concrete.

floating structure is formed by modules of polystyre-

These islands will remain the only points within the

ne foam covered with concrete.

flooded area where inhabitants will be able to set

2080

2100


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WATE R V IEW OF NEW ISLAND S _ 2100


TOKYO.ARCHIPEL AGO | 2014 | MArch | THESIS


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TOKYO.ARCHIPEL AGO | 2014 | MArch | THESIS

F IN A L PROJ ECT V IEW _ 2100


BRODRACRE TO BIKEACRE MArch TEAM PROJECT I U AV _ U n i v e r s i t y o f V e n i c e

Illinois

To s olv e t h e ru ral spraw l probl e m at i c t h a t a f f l i c t U S A M i d wes t l a n d s , t h e p r o j ec t i d ea exp ec t t o es tabli sh a n e t of

v i l l age s w h i c h are s el f -s u f f i c i en t i n t er m o f f o o d a n d en er g y , a n d wh i c h a r e

ca r-ind i pe n de n t t h an k s t o a su st ai n able m o b i l i t y s y s t em . New g r o wt h c o n t r o l l ed c o m m u n i t i es wi l l a ris e st art i n g from t h e t y pi c al i sol at e d s i n g l e f a m i l y h o u s es . Th o s e v i l l a g es wi l l c o n t a i n a l i m i t ed numbe r of pe opl e , i n orde r t o gu aran t e e a r es t r i c t ed n eed o f s er v i c es a n d l a n d c r o p s , g o i n g c o u n t er tr end o f t h e e x t e n si v e c u l t u re s t h at c h a r a c t er i zes t h e a g r i c u l t u r e i n t h i s No r t h A m er i c a . W h en t h ey r each t h e l i m i t of i n h abi t an t s, n e w v i l l a g es wi l l g r o w t i l l t h ey wi l l h o u s e a l l t h e r u r a l p o p u l a t i o n o f the Illinois Prime Farmlands.

http://issuu.com/lisadelladora/docs/book_finale


22 The main problem of those ru-

realistic to suppose that the

ral lands is the dispersion and

minimum of arable land to sup-

the unsustainable density de-

port one person is a 0.07 of a

rived from the housing and ter-

hectare ( 0,17 acre) – and this

ritory plan of Jefferson’s “Land

assumes a largely vegetarian

Ordinance” , so the aim of the

diet and farmers who know pre-

project is to solve this problem

cisely when and how to plant,

changing and increasing the

fertilize, irrigate, etc.” [FAO,

densification giving rise to a

1993].The villages are consti-

new concentrated model. Now-

tuted of phalanstery and each

adays the average density in ru-

phalanstery house about forty

ral area is 26 people per square

people, so in accordance with

mile, this number will progres-

the FAO data they need seven

sively increase till achieve a

acre of cultivated land each one.

density of eight hundred - one

For the biomass calculation the

thousand people per square mile

data was taken from USDA (U.S.

introducing the self-sufficient

Department of Agriculture). The

village model. Many self-suffi-

assumption is that we need 500

ciency data have been analyzed

kg per capita/ per year of bio-

to decide the villages measures.

mass to produce enough energy,

In the next page there is a sum-

that a wood area produce 10 t/

mary of those data, represented

ha/year of biomass and that the

with infographic images.

Re-

crop residues of the wheat can

garding the feeding measures

produce 1 dry ton/ acre of bio-

“the minimum amount of ag-

mass. So if fourty people need

ricultural land necessary for a

20 t of biomass per year, they

diet similar to those of North

will need 18,25 acre of wood

America and Western Europe

area and 1,75 acre of wheat

(hence including meat), is 0.5

crops for its residues.

of a hectare per person. It is

A IM O F THE P ROJECT, FROM 2013 TO 2100


BROD R ACR E TO BIKEACR E | 2013 | MArch | COR E3

DATA F OR F OOD A N D EN ERGY S ELF - S U F F ICIEN CY | V IEW OF T H E V ILLAGE _ 2100


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VILLAG E PARAMETERS | VIEW OF THE VILLAGE _ 2100


BROD R ACR E TO BIKEACR E | 2013 | MArch | COR E3

1. Cultivated land

168 acres ( 26,3 % )

2. Biomass

144 acres ( 22,5 % )

3. Parks & green areas

132 acres ( 20,6 % )

4. Untamed areas

125 acres ( 19,5 % )

5. Services

22 acres ( 3,4 % )

6. Inhabited land

24 acres ( 3,8 % )

7. Mobility

25 acres ( 3,9 % )

Mobility & services layer

V ILLAGE DATA | PLA N IMET RY


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VILLAG E TOP VIEW OF TWO CASE STUDY


BROD R ACR E TO BIKEACR E | 2013 | MArch | COR E3

Tot. mi² Population % Urban/Rural Peop. / mi² Rural population

Total area of Central Illinois measures

distance of 6 miles from each other

9.353 square miles with a population

and are linked by an intermodal mo-

of 842.064 people, 45 per cent of them

bility system. Mobility system has dif-

are concentrated on urban areas and

ferent type of speed, in the villages the

the resulting 54 per cent, that means

speed is very slow and based on bike,

246.400 people, are dispersed in the

between near villages there’s a me-

rural area. The average population

dium speed mobility that use electric

density is 79 people per square mile,

shuttle bus. At last for long distances,

much lower than the project aim.

on main roads, there is a faster mobili-

Considering that each self-sufficient

ty that use trains. Each village contains

village contains eight hundred - one

the main services for the community,

thousand people, the final number of

but services as big hospitals and col-

villages in this area will be in average

leges have been located in order to be

280. Those villages have a minimum

reachable without the use of the car.

9.353 842.064 45% urban, 54% rural 79 246.400

People per village

800/1000

Number of villages

307/246

DATA & STR ATEGIES F OR T H E CEN TR AL ILLIN OIS N ET OF S ELF - S U F F ICIEN T V ILLAGES


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BROD R ACR E TO BIKEACR E | 2013 | MArch | COR E3

N ET OF V ILLAGES A ER IA L V IEW


LIBRARY IN AN ABANDONED POWER PLANT MArch TEAM PROJECT I U AV _ U n i v e r s i t y o f V e n i c e

Ca r p a n è , Va l s t a g n a , I t a l y

The th e m e of t h e proj e c t w as t h e re de v el o p m en t o f a b a n d o n ed c en t r a l G u a r n i er i . F r o m t h e o u t s i d e you can ac c e ss from t h e ol d port al e m pt i ed f r o m wi n d o ws i n a n o p en g a r d en wi t h s ea t i n g t h a t i s t h e ba ckgrou n d of t h e n e w gl ass fac ade , pa r t o f t h e n ew g l a s s en v el o p e, b o r n f r o m t h e n eed t o r em o v e the exi st i n g asbe st os roof. A sy st e m o f r a m p s o u t s i d e h a s b een d es i g n ed t o a c c es s n ew en t r a n c e exca vat e d. O n t h e grou n d fl oor t h e re i s a l o b b y wi t h a s i t t i n g a r ea o v er l o o k i n g t h e g a r d en i n s i d e t h e wa lls . A n e w m e z z an i n e w h i c h i s base d o n t h e exi s t i n g s t r u c t u r e o f t h e b r i d g e c r a n e a n d h o m e t h e r eal lib rary , ov e rl ook i n g t h e gl az e d fac a d e, wh i c h o f f er s a b ea u t i f u l v i ew o f t h e g a r d en b el o w, a n d i s topped by a n e w gl ass c ov e r. T h e n e w s t r u c t u r e o f g l a s s a n d s t eel r o o f r es t s p a r t l y o n t h e wa l l l ef t uncovere d by t h e ol d c ov e r an d part l y on t h e n ew f l o o r i n c o r r u g a t ed s h eet . T h e f a c a d e i s a s t r u c t u r a l poi n t fi x i n g t h at re st s d i r ec t l y o n t h e g r o u n d a n d i s s el f -s u p p o r t i n g .


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LO N G ITUD INAL SECTION ( AA)


LIB R ARY IN AN ABAND ONED POWER PL ANT | 2012 | MArch | COR E2

B

A

A

- 2,00

B

B

+1,15

+0,48

A

A

B

B

+7,70

A

+8,70

A

B

B A S EMEN T | GROU N D F LOOR | MEZZA N IN E F LOOR | CROSS S ECT ION ( B B )


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NIG HT FRONT VIEW


LIB R ARY IN AN ABAND ONED POWER PL ANT | 2012 | MArch | COR E2

PLA N IMET RY | N EW S TR U CTU R E DETA IL | IN S IDE GA R DEN DETA IL


A G R I C U LT U R A L S C H O O L MArch TEAM PROJECT I U AV _ U n i v e r s i t y o f V e n i c e

Ca r p a n è , Va l s t a g n a , I t a l y

The proj e c t i n c l u de s t h e re n ov at i on of se v er a l a b a n d o n ed i n d u s t r i a l b u i l d i n g s a n d t h e t r a n s f o r m a t i o n of thes e i n t o an agri c u l t u ral sc h ool w i t h a t t a c h ed l a b o r a t o r i es a n d v eg et a b l e g a r d en s , a n d a s m a l l mar ket for t h e di re c t sal e of produ c e g r o wn b y s t u d en t s . Th e m a i n b u i l d i n g , l o c a t ed i n t h e s o u t h wes t o f t h e si t e of t h e i n t e rv e n t i on , h ous es c l a s s r o o m s , a n a u d i t o r i u m a n d a f ew r ec r ea t i o n a l s p a c es , a nd fac e s w e st ov e r t h e B re n t a R i v e r and n o r t h o n a n ew l a r g e s q u a r e, wh er e t h er e i s a l s o a m a r k et f or the sal e of produ c t s. T h e l aborat ories a r e l o c a t ed i n t h e n o r t h - ea s t o f t h e s i t e, wh er e s t u d en t s h av e ac c e ss t o som e g a r d en s i n o r d er t o p r a c t i c e t h ei r s t u d i es .


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MAS TE RP LAN ( SCHOOL + GUARNIERI P OWER P LA N T )


AGR ICULTUR AL SCHOOL | 2012 | MArch | COR E2

NORTH -WEST FRONT | CROSS SECT ION | S CH OOL PLA N S | N ORT H - EA S T F RON T | LON GIT U DIN A L S ECT ION


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S C HO O L MASTERP LAN


AGR ICULTUR AL SCHOOL | 2012 | MArch | COR E2

Galvanized steel structure Plywood sheathing Seat in plywood with galvanized steel substructure Cylindrical profile support

Concrete base

LABORATORIES P LAN | STREET FURN IT U R E DETA IL | S OU TH F RON T | LON GIT U DIN A L S ECT ION | N ORT H F RON T


FA R M S TAY I N C AVA L L I N O, V E N I C E MArch TEAM PROJECT I U AV _ U n i v e r s i t y o f V e n i c e

Cavallino Treporti, Venice

The proj e c t c on si st s i n t h e e st abl i sh m en t o f a f a r m a n d t h e c o n s t r u c t i o n o f t o u r i s t r es i d en c es . Th e a im is t o gi v e t o an agri c u l t u ral are a, ot h er wi s e c a r el es s , t o u r i s t i c i m p o r t a n c e a n d en g a g e v i s i t o r s i n the produ c t i on proc e ss of e art h produ c t s . A l o n g t h e l o t r u n s a p a t h t h a t s t a r t s wi t h a l a r g e s q u a r e that w e l c om e s t ou ri st s from t h e doc k o f M o s e, a n d t h e l o c a l i n h a b i t a n t s . A f t er t h e s q u a r e v i s i t o r s wa lk am on g t h e c rops so as t o e x pl ore a n d exp er i en c e t h e wo r l d o f a g r i c u l t u r e, t h er e i s t h en a r es t s top w i t h an ope n ai r m ark e t for di re c t s a l es o f p r o d u c t s . Go i n g t h r o u g h t h e f i n a l p a r t o f t h e wa l kwa y a re l oc at e d t ou ri st re si de n c e s, c on v en i en t l y p l a c ed o n p a r t c l o s es t t o t h e a g r i c u l t u r a l l a n d s c a p e. The gu i de l i n e s t h at h av e l e d t o su pport t h e i d ea o f t h e p r o j ec t , c o m e f r o m a n a n a l y s i s o f t h e p l a c e. The vert i c al i t y i s m ark e d by t h e w arpi n g o f t h e f i el d , l ea v i n g a s t r o n g m a r k o n t h e l a n d s c a p e, a l o n g w i t h t h es e i n c l u d e t h e g r een h o u s es .


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MAS TE RP LAN


FAR M STAY | 2012 | MArch | COR E1


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R E S IDE NCES VIEWS | P LANIM ETRY


FAR M STAY | 2012 | MArch | COR E1

S E A S O N A L S H A D O W S D I A G R A M F O R N AT U R A L L I G H T S T U D I E S | S E A S O N S A L W I N D F R E Q U E N C Y A N D O R I E N TAT I O N D I A G R A M F O R N AT U R A L V E N T I L AT I O N S T U D I E S ( C R O S S V E N T I L AT I O N


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WA LL (SIP -STRUCTURAL INSULATED PANEL) AND FACA DE PA N EL A XON OMETRY | WA LL DETA IL


FAR M STAY | 2012 | MArch | COR E1

MA R K ET PLA N IMET RY | V IEW


R E - U S E O F A D E CO N S E C R AT E D CHURCH BArch TEAM PROJECT I U AV _ U n i v e r s i t y o f V e n i c e

Monselice, Italy

The pr oj e c t i s l oc at e d w i t h i n t h e de c o n s ec r a t ed c h u r c h o f S a n t o S t ef a n o i n M o n s el i c e, I t a l y . Th i s chur ch h as se e n m an y c h an ge s du ri n g i t s l i f et i m e, a n d f r o m s t u d i es c o n d u c t ed wer e i d en t i f i ed wh i c h a re the ori gi n al w al l s an d w h at are t h e i n f i l l wa l l s a d d ed o v er t h e y ea r s . a n a l y s i s o f d eg r a d a t i o n h a s been carri e d ou t an d t h e fi rst re st orat i o n wo r k h a v e b een d ef i n ed . I n s i d e t h e c h u r c h wa s es t a b l i s h ed a liter ary c afĂŠ , c on si st i n g of a re adi n g a r ea , a d i n i n g a r ea a n d a p a r t d ed i c a t ed t o m u s i c a l a n d t h ea trica l pe rform an c e s i n t h e apse . F or t he r ea d i n g r o o m h a v e b een r em o v ed i n f i l l wa l l s o f t h e a r c h es a nd ad de d a n e w fre e - st an di n g st ru c t u r e t o a v o i d d a m a g i n g t h e exi s t i n g wa l l s . T h e o r i g i n a l f l o o r s w e re c ov e re d w i t h a fl oat i n g fl oor s y s t em u n d er wh i c h i t a c c o m m o d a t es c a b l es a n d p i p es .


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GRO U N D FLOOR | FIRST FLOOR | P ERSP ECTIVE S ECTION


RE- U SE O F A D ECONSECR ATED CHURCH | 2011 | BArch | 5TH SEMESTER

IN S IDE PROJ ECT V IEWS


C O M P E T I T I O N S


NEURAL TOKYO AIAC (Atelier International de l’Architecture Construite) I U AV _ U n i v e r s i t y o f V e n i c e | K e i o _ U n i v e r i s t y o f T o k y o

Tokyo With : Andrea Cogo, Marco Spinelli, Enricomaria Todaro

The th e m e of AI AC 2 0 1 3 w as a proj e c t f o r T o k y o , i n p a r t i c u l a r o n Ni h o n b a s h i d i s t r i c t wh i c h i s t h e hear t an d bi rt h pl ac e of T ok y o. T h e prog r a m c o n s i s t ed o f a d et a i l ed s t u d y o f t h e t er r i t o r y , i n a c c o r dan c e w i t h t h e c ode s of A I A C a n d t h e d et a i l ed s t u d y o f a s a m p l e c i t y . Our proj e c t i s t h e re su l t of t h e st u dy o f d a t a o n n o c t u r n a l v o i d i n g o f s o m e c o m m er c i a l a r ea s i n Tokyo. W e di sc ov e re d t h at ot h e r di st r i c t s h a v e t h e s a m e c h a r a c t er i s t i c s a n d t h e s a m e i s s u es o f Nihonb ash i . T h e i de a i s t o re ac t i v at e t h es e c en t er s wi t h t h e f o r m a t i o n o f a n ew m i xi t è d ev el o p ed thr oug h i n fi l l . T h e i n t e rv e n t i on of i n fi l l exp a n d s l i k e a v i r u s t h a t a f f ec t s t h e n ei g h b o r h o o d t h a t i s pla gued by probl e m s of e m pt y i n g at n i g h t , c r ea t i n g a n et wo r k o f c o n n ec t i o n s t h r o u g h s t r u c t u r es o n pol e s, t h at c h an ge t h e m or p h o l o g y o f t h e c i t y , p r o d u c i n g a n u r b a n f o r es t .

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Nucleus

Axons

Dendrites

The neuron is the nucleus of the

The dendrites of the neuron are the

polycentric city, with its axons that

project intervention. A new network,

are made up by the main existing

implemented through infill, which di-

connections.

versifies and connects.

Shibuya-ku

Akihabara

Nihonbashi

Ward

Shinjuku-ku

Daytime population (000s)

799

550

318

648

286

196

156

72

Nighttime population (000s)

Taito-ku

Asakusa

Chuo-ku

Ginza

15.000

0

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VIR U S INFILL VIEW | D OUBLE H OUSING MOD ULE

The housing module 4m * 4m is con-

ch shows and hides the spaces

stituted by a central core, which acts

provided to specific functions,

as a container for domestic functions.

depending on the time of day. The

The core sharply delimits the spaces

furnishings necessary (for exam-

that surround the inhabitant with a

ple, the dining table, the bed and

smart, minimalist game of joints, whi-

the study area) were placed along


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the long sides of the core. The mi-

design themes dear to us, such as the

nimum accommodation will then

minimum spaces related to long-term

be functional and dynamic, accor-

housing demand required by the city

ding to the housing needs of the

of Tokyo, and specifically from the di-

tenant. Presenting this housing

strict of Nihonbashi.

solution we have highlighted the S IN GLE H OU S IN G MODU LE | V IR U S IN F ILL V IEW


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