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TITLE / MOTTO growing agriCULTURE

Landscape Analysis Functions

Torino, Italy’s Opportunity

mixture of incompatible functions creating separations

CONTENT OF THIS A1 BOARD WİLL BE ;

The city of Torino has experienced physical growth expanding from the dense urban core onto the rural landscape creating peri-urban environments. This encroachment has left the agricultural landscape at risk of disappearing under the built and industrial environments. A new outlook on the role of agriculture and its connection to the city of Torino and the green network will allow for a new cultural landscape to develop ensuring protection of agricultral lands and natural resources. Implementation of a program rich with agricultural participation activities will be the catalyst for involving the city and community within this new cultural landscape.

****ANALYSIS **** ISSUES

river services residential area industry

Economic Factors

areas of producing and consuming

river high-density consumers high-income producers low-density consumers low-income producers mixed urban structure

(ABOUT A3) MAIN ANALYSIS ON THE TECHNICAL MAP SCALE :1:25.000 /1:10.000

residential area

tall buildings

Conceptual Framework

brownfield reserves forest/tree groups tree lines as parcel limits/cultural old farms highway as boundary and fragmentation

fragmentation is also natural diversity and richness of uses

cycle path road highway railway public transport

diverse landscapes with important determining factors

periferic residence landscape extreme living landscape industrial landscape waterfront/water landscape hybrid green landscape agricultural landscape forest/tree groups object size landscape vague landscape tree lines as parcel limits old farm cultural landscape highway landscape agressive landscape

residential area designated agricultural park suggested agricultural park extension

Land Ownership

separation of public and private land with a restricting municipality border

Extend the Green Network in the Whole Periphery

Locally ‘connecting the dots’ to the city’s network

unknown land property river private land public land

large amounts of space designated for park and agricultural uses

ecological corridor

Turning Limits Into Driving Forces

Territorial

river

existing agriculture

Land Use

varying building heights

river low buildings medium buildings

conflict edge between incompatible functions valuable water

Landscape Type

Building Structure

Future Land Acquisition desired land acquisition for future uses

protected area to be acquired for agricultural park services old farms municipality border ecological corridor

ERASMUS INTENSIVE PROGRAMME 2013 Team : 81

Franta, F.Cinà, Suchon Tutors : J.Giuseppe Agata Spaziante

Students : M. Sezer, S. Cawrse, U. Kuczma , L. Iodice, M. Micu

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TITLEagriCULTURE / MOTTO growing Expanding Park Boundaries

[1] University of Torino Ag. Faculty [2] laboratories [3] Waterland Museum’s entrance and sports facilities [4] Waterland Museum [5] local shop [6] restaurant and cafe [7] industrial residues integrated into public space

CONTENT OF THIS A1 BOARD WİLL BE ; Pedestrian Path

****ANALYSIS **** ISSUES

Bridge

River

Pedestrian Wetland Path

Cycle Path

Schematic Section Schematic Section

Multi-Functional Farming

Agriculture Park

museum green roof water fields swim beach multi-coloured concrete wooden path road/parking trees buildings

Acoustical barrier Green Bridge

Highway

Lakefront and Activities Detail

converted industrial space into parks with connections trees

Program Schedule

buildings

farming

yearly activities and vegetation occurrence Janua ry

r embe Dec

leisure

education

agricultural education

public space

fishing

Fe br

r be m

ry ua

residential

No ve

services

avg. temperature

wetland

Octob er

competitions

energy

h Marc

30 20 10 0

sporting

allotments

water industry

annual veg. vegetable

April

protected area

er temb Sep

perennial veg.

fruit

Au

planting season harvest season

June

July

(ABOUT A3) MAIN ANALYSIS ON THE TECHNICAL MAP

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orchard

M a

st gu

flower

EDUCATE SOCIALIZE

PRODUCE FEEDBACK

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INFRASTRUCTURE SOCIAL & SCIENTIFIC ENTERPRISE INHABITANTS CONSULTATION CAPACITY CALCULATION UNIVERSITY SUPPORT

SCALE :1:25.000 /1:10.000

2

URBAN PARK & SERVICES

URBAN RELATED FUNCTIONS AROUND VILLARETTO DESIGNING COMPETITIONS AGRICULTURAL DEVELOPMENTS ASSOCIATION WITH COOPERATIVES

3 4

diverse experience

Farm Detail

CONNECTION WITH CITY INDUSTRIAL PARK CONVERSION ECOLOGICAL PROTECTION REMOVAL OF AMIAT

CONNECTING DOTS & EXTENSION HYBRID FARM MODEL EXTENSION THROUGH NORTH RESEARCH & FEEDBACKS

Future Expansion

growing involvement ERASMUS INTENSIVE PROGRAMME 2013 Team : 81

Franta, F.Cinà, Suchon Tutors : J.Giuseppe Agata Spaziante

Students : M. Sezer, S. Cawrse, U. Kuczma , L. Iodice, M. Micu

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Apresentação Final desenvolvida no workshop "Erasmus Intensive Programme “UPWARD"