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STRATEGIES FOR INDIPENDENT NEIGHBOURHOODS


STRATEGIES FOR INDIPENDENT NEIGHBOURHOODS SIN is a group of architects and urban planners, mainly based in Paris, operating in fields of urban design, architecture, engineering and sociology. We work internationally, considering sustainability and eco-design as common sense and intelligent practices in local development. Our approach focuses on urban social design, by which we understand spaces and dynamics in order to improve the citizen’s self-organization, social interaction within communities and their relationship with the stakeholders.

We operate in the urban context, by a social approach and our design aims to link different scale, level and disciplines. More and more, architecture and urban design are the tools to encourage neighbourhoods to interact which represent for us the idea behind construction. For this reason, passive design and active systems are combined to improve local economy, promoting ecostrategies and practises. Urban agriculture is the main income generator.Revitalizing the project district by solely depending on local population is probably limiting, therefore, tourism, new dwellers and attractions

MICHELA GUGLIELMI IT ■ ■ ■ ■ FR ■ ■ ■ ENG ■ ■ ■ ESP ■ PT ■ Architect, Urban planner and photographer. Graduated in Architecture with honours at “La Sapienza” University of Rome, with an urban design thesis: the renewal of Tiber’s Banks (October 2010). She participated with Tommaso Sacconi at Mathare Workshop in Nairobi in collaboration with Live in Slums NGO. After differents abroad study experiences such as Erasmus programme at ENSA Paris Belleville (20072008) and Master of Sustainable Emergency Architecture at UIC of Barcelona, she spent four months in Brazil at Municipal Housing Department of São Bernardo do Campo (SEHAB), devoloping slum upgrading projects and community participation processes. During this master she had the opportunity to follow workshop and courses with important international organizations such as UNHabitat or MSF, and a field-trip with AFH Architecture for Humanity / Temporary housing proposal and the urban recovery plan of Ofunato, Japan, after the 2011 Tsunami. She currently lives in Paris, where she is working at ACT Paysages & Territoires, in colloboration with Kengo Kuma and associates. Sporadically she works together Pôle d’Exploration des Ressources Urbaines with Sébastien Thiéry. ALICE LIBURDI IT ■ ■ ■ ■ FR ■ ENG ■ ■ ESP ■ ■ ■ PT ■ Architect and Urban planner. Graduated with honours in architecture at “La Sapienza” University of Rome, with an urban design thesis (July 2010): Self-construction in the Saint Lucie recovery plan. Urban services in Kinshasa peri-urban slums (2010 Alibrandi Award_Expoedilizia, Fiera di Roma). The project was published on Progettare review. She is specialized in International Cooperation and Emergency Architecture at ESARQ Architecture, School of Architecture UIC (Barcelona, Spain). She worked in 2012 at SEHAB, housing and environmental Department in the Municipality of São Bernardo do Campo (São Paulo, Brazil), with Michela Guglielmi, where they work on favelas’s recovey plans and social housing complexes. She worked in 2011 at UNHABITAT (Nairobi, Kenya), with Tommaso Sacconi for the LVWATSAN project: governments support for the Lake Victoria’s surrounding cities, achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and water supply. In Europe she worked at CVDB arquitectos (Lisbon, Portugal),COD 09 (Rome, Italy) and Ama Group (Rome, Italy). Co-founder of Local-Mente (Barcelona, Spain). She actually works for “Boundaries”, an international magazine specialized on International Cooperation andUrban development, as architect and marketing responsable. FLAVIA RESTALDI IT ■ ■ ■ ■ FR ■ ■ ■ ENG ■ ■ ESP ■ ■ ■ ■ Architect and urban planner officially recognized by Architect Register in Rome. Degree in Architecture with honours at “La Sapienza” University of Rome, with an urban design thesis about argentinian slum: Barrio 21.24, urban regeneration in Buenos Aires, winner project of 2012 Alibrandi Award and was published in several architectural review: Boundaries, Plataforma Urbana and Progettare Architettura Città e Territorio. After a short work experience in Italy at BAG Officina mobile, where she studies the straw bale system, she participate with Tommaso Sacconi at Inside City of Dead workshop: urban agricolture in Cairo,promoved by Live in Slum NGO. Came back from Egypt she moves in Paris, working at Metra+Associes office for Paris Philarmony and Archipelago Theatre in Perpignan, in collaboration with Ateliers Jeans Nouvel. In 2012 Flavia starts to work at ANMA, where she continues to develop her experience in Urban dealing,working in differents projects, like Objetive Luc, competitive dialogue’s winner project. As Team leader she developed Hortocontext competition with Michela Gugliemi and Tommaso Sacconi. From October 2012 Flavia works at Daquin et Ferriere architecture, Athis Mons is the lastone won social housing competition.


about could be important vectors to promote the identity of an eco-city. Urban agriculture, in this case, promotes eco-tourism were it would become the main traits and sources of income for the project area. We imagine urban agriculture localized in strategically site on the available areas: urban hubs recycling unused spaces. SIN’s purpose is to act in the public space through local community interaction. As Architects we encourage cooperative housing projects in order to respond to the area and local government’s priority.

Activities promoting the collaboration and the respond to the area and local government’s priority. Activities promoting the collaboration and the involvement of residents through the discussion of ideas, needs and problems, can contribute in detecting hidden dynamics and networks. These are vital in the physical regeneration process, because they not only empower socio-spatial cohesion, but also helps to build identity, develop the sense of citizenship and promote education.

TOMMASO SACCONI IT ■ ■ ■ ■ FR ■ ■ ENG ■ ■ ■ ESP ■ ■ Degree in Architectural Science at Sapienza University of Rome with an experimental thesis on “Housing Units” (December 2010). High Formation Course in Sustainable Development and the Millennium Development Goals, Rome (2011) and Observer of LVWATSAN (Lake Victoria Water and Sanitation Programme) in collaboration with Sapienza MUST Project and UN–Habitat, Homa Bay, Kenya (July - September 2011). Master of International Cooperation in Sustainable Emergency Architecture, Barcelona (2011/2012). During his studies he collaborated with Architecture for Humanity (AFH) on the “Rio Floods Project” with Sports for Change in Petropolis, Brazil, and worked on the Post-Tsunami Urban Recovery Plan in Kamaichi City, Iwate Prefecture, Japan (February - May 2012). Since February, 2011 he has been collaborating with Liveinslums NGO, particularly in micro-gardening projects in the Dead City of Cairo, Egypt, cooperating with the inhabitants in designing and building transportable vegetable gardens. In addition to his achievements in architecture and international cooperation, he obtained a diploma from Roberto Rossellini’s Institute in cinematography and television of Rome and has a passion for photography and documentary film. SILVIA SCHOLL IT ■ ■ ■ ■ FR ■ ENG ■ ■ ■ ESP ■ ■ ■ PT ■ ■ ■ Architect officialy recognized from national architect register of Rome. Degree in Architecture at “La Sapienza” University of Rome, with an urban design thesis about the HafenCity of Hamburg. She had the opportunity to try different academic and professional expiriences during her Erasmus exchange programme at the University Lusiada of Lisbon (2007-2008), the DAAD scholarship for masterthesis abroad at HafenCity University of Hamburg (2009) and the Leonardo da Vinci program in Barcelone(2011-2012). She worked in different studios in Rome since 2010. Furthermore, she worked six months at EMBT studio of Barcelona with Benedetta Tagliabue, designing the Fudan School of Management of Shangai. After that she went to Peru and she had the opportunity to work with an italian NGO (Service civil international-Italy) and a peruvian NGO (Brigadas Bolivarianas de Peru) in Caral, collaborating about the study and the use of old technics of construction. Silvia was joined Orizzontale Collective for two years and half and she had a lot of experiences of self-build projects in several installations, competions and workshops.


STRATEGIES FOR INDIPENDENT NEIGHBOURHOODS

international cooperation and development

America (7) Argentina_Buenos Aires_Barrio 21.24 Brazil_Rio de Janeiro_Sport for change        _Sao Paulo_Bamburral         _Sao Paulo_Cantinho do Céu         _Sao Paulo_Silvina Audi Peru_Caral_Workcamp archeology Sci USA_Cleveland_Detroit Superior Bridge


urban social design

urban agricolture

where eco-construction/design

Europe (17) France_Bordeaux_Bassina à flot          _Luc-sur-mer_Objective Luc Germany_Hamburg_Housing in HafenCity Italy_Alcamo_Convinum      _Milan_Live in box

Asia (1)

    _Rome_ ArtTevere

Japan_Kamaishi_Kamaishi Revitalization

_Ciampacavallo Onlus _Common Frame _Fermata Orti

                _Kiui project                  _Il Tevere Urbano       _Lunolamp                  _Luogo Comune                  _Uno+                  _S.O.S. Space Open Source     _Rosarno_A di città Spain_Barcelona_Local_mente

Africa (4) Egipt_Cairo_Inside City of Dead Congo Democratic Republic_Kinshasa_St.Lucie Medical Clinic Kenya_Lake Victoria_LVWATSAN         _Nairobi_Inside Mathare


STRATEGIES FOR INDIPENDENT NEIGHBOURHOODS

America Argentina_Buenos Aires_Barrio 21.24 Brazil_Rio de Janeiro_Sport for change        _Sao Paulo_Cantinho do Céu         _Sao Paulo_Silvina Audi Peru_Caral_Workcamp archeology Sci


international cooperation and development

Africa Congo Democratic Republic_Kinshasa_St. Lucie Medical Clinic Kenya_Lake Victoria_LVWATSAN         _Nairobi_ Inside Mathare


ST. LUCIE MEDICAL CLINIC

international cooperation and development

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

A.LIBURDI AT LA SAPIENZA UNIVERSITY OF ROME

DEGREE THESIS : URBAN FACILITIES - ARCHITETTI SENZA FRONTIERE - JULY 2010 2010 ALIBRANDI AWARD WINNER CATEGORY NEW PUBLIC BUILDINGS WINNING PROJECT SITE AFRICA-CONGO DRC-KINSHASA PROJECT AREA 350 m²

The project is promoted by two NGOs: ArchitettiSenzaFrontiere Abruzzo and ANAC,(Associazione nazionale adozioni Congo), in partnership with the local l’Orphelinat Mama Elena. The project proposes three punctual urban facilities in a peri-urban area in the surrounding of Mfusu river (Kinshasa). The pictures show a medical clinic for pregnant woman. Technical solutions focus on the local climate. The architectural design allows the air circulation inside the building and a precise control of the microclimate through the choise of the local materials.


LVWATSAN

international cooperation and development

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

A.LIBURDI / T.SACCONI AT UN-Habitat

INTERNSHIP:

LAKE

VICTORIA

WATER

AND

SITE AFRICA-KENYA-LAKE VICTORIA

The rapidly growing urban centres in the Lake Victoria basin are playing an increasingly important role in the economic development of the region. The run-down and often non-existent basic infrastructure and water distribution in most of them poses a major threat to their sustainability. The poor people of these urban and peri-urban areas are the most affected. Official statistics are often misleading and do not reveal the true extent of the problem. The unplanned urban development and intense pressure on water infrastructure have had a significant negative impact on living conditions, the natural environment, and the fragile ecosystem of the Lake.

SANITATION

-

JULY

2010


INSIDE MATHARE

international cooperation and development

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

M.GUGLIELMI / T.SACCONI AT LIVE IN SLUMS NGO

WORKSHOP : A NEW KITCHEN FOR THE WHY NOT ACADEMY AND VEGETABLE GARDEN- AUGUST 2011 SITE AFRICA-KENYA-NAIROBI PROJECT AREA 400 m²

This is a project of widening and upgrading a road-school in the Mathare slum. The Whynot Accademy, needed correctives measures to ensure the continuation of its activities. To achieve food self-sufficiency at the school, we have built a kitchen and a productive vegetable garden, created by reclamation of an illegal dump. A portico also as been constructed, which acts as a shaded path. The ground which had collapsed on the school side, was used to create a retaining wall, using a low-cost technique: rice bags filled with earth.

AMBIENTAL EDUCATION * Courses about agriculture and recycling ** Creation of gardening library *** Decontamination of soil (Transform vacant plots used for barbage into vegetable gardens)

SAFEGUARDING OF LOCAL AGRICULTUR HERITAGE * Skuma - bags ** Vegetable garden in soil *** Use of local biological pesticides

Garden networking

SAFEGUARDING OF LOCAL AGRICULTUR HERITAGE Vegetable garden in soil

Sukuma-bags

AMBIENTAL EDUCATION + Courses about agriculture and recycling + Creation of gardening library + Decontamination of soil


BARRIO 21.24

international cooperation and development

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

F.RESTALDI

AT

LA SAPIENZA UNIVERSITY OF ROME

DEGREE THESIS : URBAN REGENERATION PROJECT FOR SLUM - NOVEMBER 2012 ALIBRANDI AWARD WINNER CATEGORY EXISTING ASSET’S RECOVERY WINNING PROJECT SITE SOUTH AMERICA-ARGENTINA-BUENOS AIRES PROJECT AREA 164 ha

The project’s theme was born while studying abroad in Argentina. The meeting with Paz Ochotego, NGO Fundaciòn Témas’s directrice, and Javier Fernandez Castro, expert in urban dealing, made possible the development of the Urban Regeneration Program for the Slum 21.24. The aim was to improve the population’s social conditions by setting up new possibilities of economic development. Thanks to an incremental strategy, the Slum becomes part of the City. The strategy envisages the creation of commercial spaces or housing extensions based on the needs of the families.

2010


SPORT FOR CHANGE

international cooperation and development

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

M.GUGLIELMI / T.SACCONI / A.LIBURDI AT AFH Architecture for Humanity

MASTER FIELD TRIP : NOSSO CUIABA RECOVERY AFTER THE 2011 FLOODING- FEBRUARY 2012 SITE SOUTH AMERICA-BRAZIL- RIO DE JANEIRO- PETROPOLIS PROJECT AREA 5.340 m²

Nosso Cuiabá is a housing development, for 61 families displaced by the 2011 flooding. A portion of the donated parcel has been set aside for a sports and recreation area: the intervention area, runned by AFH. The community envisions the project as an opportunity to start over, and the project as the new community gathering space, used for sports, events and daily social interaction. The proposed solution goes throught a doble level facility. On the upper level we will have an open soccerfield and at the grounlevel a little building hosting meeting room and services, facing on the covered football field.


CANTINHO DO CÉU

international cooperation and development

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

A.LIBURDI / M.GUGLIELMI AT SAO PAULO CALLING / BOLDARINI ARQUITETURA & URBANISMO

SAO PAUOLO CALLING : LINEAR PARK AND URBAN REGENERATION - FEBRUARY 2012 VENICE BIENNAL WINNING PROJECT

SITE SOUTH AMERICA-BRAZIL-SAO PAULO PROJECT AREA 7 km

The favela of Cantinho do Céu, was illegally staked out by developers in a no-build zone, who clear-cut a area of intact rainforest directly adjacent to the largest water reservoir in São Paulo. The city’s interests in maintaining clean drinking water, are diametrically opposed to the interests of the residents. The demolished buildings are localized mostly in the area around the reservoir. The choice was based on technical criteria in areas where was impossible dispose sewerage, drainage, road system and reduction of risk areas. The park provides a set of opened space areas benefitted by the dwellers, promoting the quality of life.


SILVINA AUDI

international cooperation and development

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

M.GUGLIELMI / A.LIBURDI AT SEHAB SAO BERNARDO DO CAMPO MUNICIPALITY & CITIES ALLIANCE

SOCIAL

HOUSING:

INTEGRATION

IN

THE

FAVELAS’

SITE SOUTH AMERICA- BRAZIL-SÃO PAULO PROJECT AREA 4.500 m²

The favela upgrading project in Silvina Audi placed three main goals: eliminate risk areas, provide infrastructure and services in the intervention area, provide residential areas according to the population analysis. The provision of residential areas is guaranteed through the consolidation of the existing homes or through the relocation in new housing complex, which will house 555 families. The design involves in every phase the community participation. The building is cutted depending on the existing urban fabric. It allows the communication between the main road connection in the lower level and the upper settlements.

URBAN

FABRIC-

FEBRUARY

2012


WORKCAMP ARCHEOLOGY SCI

international cooperation and development

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

S.SCHOLL AT SERVICE CIVIL INTERNATIONAL / BRIGADAS VOLONTARIOS DE PERU / CARAL PROJECT (ZAC)

World Heritage Earthen Architecture Programme (WHEAP): SACRED CITY OF CARAL-SUPE -JULY 2012 SITE SOUTH AMERICA-PERU-CARAL PROJECT AREA 626 ha

The project was develop in the archaeological of Sacred City CARAL, the oldest city in Peru (more than 5000 years from today).The objectives of the project were: 1. Educate and raise awareness through concrete actions for the care and conservation of archaeological site of Caral. 2. Contribute to efforts to conserve, restore and maintain the archaeological zone, through the active participation of national and international volunteers. 3. Recruit and involve local and national volunteers to work for the development of Caral .


STRATEGIES FOR INDIPENDENT NEIGHBOURHOODS

America USA_Cleveland_Detroit Superior Bridge


urban social design

Europe France_Bordeaux_Bassin à flot          _Luc-sur-mer_Objective Luc Germany_Hamburg_Housing in HafenCity Italy_Rome_ArtTevere                   _Il Tevere Urbano


DETROIT SUPERIOR BRIDGE

urban social design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

A.LIBURDI

CLEVELAND COMPETITION: TEMPORARY HOUSING AND VEGETABLE GARDENS ON SUPERIORBRIDGE-SEPTEMBER 2012 SITE AMERICA-USA-DETROIT PROJECT AREA 24000 m

The bridge links the west part of the city with the east buisness area. Pictures below show the households’s indicators in the project area, concentrated in the west side of the city. The bridge’s recovery plan proposes a series of active cells and pedestrian and ciclyng paths, functioning as urban regenerator and urban connector. The project provides 14 temporary houses, (self-build mudules units, designed in pallets wood) financed by the activities promoted into the central span of the bridge. Cropsinside as on the facade of the bridge create an income for the community and improve the microclimate.


BASSINS À FLOT

urban social design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

F.RESTALDI AT ANMA AGENCE NICOLAS MICHELIN ET ASSOCIES

PHASE S D(APS) : BLOCK’S FEASIBILITY STUDY : HOUSING, COMMERCES, ACTIVITIES AND OFFICES - FEBRUARY 2012 SITE EUROPE-FRANCE-BORDEAUX PROJECT AREA 159 ha

Bassins à flot’s district is industrial area whose activity is still present in some places. The project develops by several invariants a culture that must be shared by all. The masteplan set an attitude to nature in the city, the soft infrastructure, the diversity of the building, scheduling ground floor and morphology of buildings. The feasability study of blocks is debated by differents subjects: associations, autorities, politics, architects, urban planners. The program becomes reality through the young architects projects wanted for everybody.


OBJECTIVE LUC

urban social design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

F.RESTALDI AT ANMA AGENCE NICOLAS MICHELIN ET ASSOCIES

COMPETITIVE DIALOGUE : WINNER PROJECT

LUC-SUR-MER’S WATERFRONT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT - SEPTEMBER 2012

SITE EUROPE-FRANCE-LUC SUR MER PROJECT AREA 28000 m²

Objective luc is the winning proposal to create a new tourist destination and seaside resort. The city becomes attractive and is recognized through: -A new road network: the inputs to the city summarize their function, parking and circulation redesigned to pedestrianize the sea front, through a plate-equipped square. walking and cycling routes serve the peripheral pargheggi by shuttles. -One-stage space marked by active vessels, micro-architectures wooden intermediate scale between the skyiline of the cabins on the dam and buildings in the background.


HOUSING IN HAFENCITY

urban social design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

S.SCHOLL AT LA SAPIENZA UNIVERSITY OF ROME

DEGREE THESIS : URBAN PROJECT OBERHAFEN + PROJECT FOR A STUDENT HOUSE MARCH 2010 SITE EUROPE-GERMANY-HAMBURG PROJECT AREA 8.9 ha

The project was focused on the area of Oberhafen, a quarter on the border of HafenCity. The masterplan in force has planed for the area a commercial function with the total destruction of the preexisting buildings: the project savages the demolition and chooses to conserve a part of the preexisting buildings that contributes to shape the urban fabric. The project plans to built student houses hosting in the new construction buildings at levels 2,3 and 4, while at levels 0 and 1 there are hosted common services.


ARTEVERE

urban social design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

M.GUGLIELMI / S. SCHOLL / T.SACCONI AT CONSORTIUM TIBERINA UN PONTE SUL TEVERE

PHASE S D(APS) : COMMUNICATION PROJECT FOR TIBER’S BANKS REVITALIZATION - FEBRUARY 2011 SITE EUROPE- ITALY-ROME

This project aims to create a lively debate on the Tiber river in Rome and to launch ideas and concrete proposal that seek to raise awareness the city on this great resource now forgotten, through art, architecture and communication. “Tiber soul recovered”: a conference in which face off in an interdisciplinary way, issues related to the river, during which has been presented the proposal of ArTevere program, a project that involves art (international artist such as Sten & Lex, or Kristin Jones), cinema, photography and universities of architecture.


IL TEVERE URBANO

urban social design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

M.GUGLIELMI AT LA SAPIENZA UNIVERSITY OF ROME

DEGREE THESIS : URBAN RENEWAL - AREA OF THE LIMITS BETWEEN ROME AND ITS RIVER - OCTOBER 2010 SITE EUROPE- ITALY-ROME PROJECT AREA 700 m²

The relationship between Rome and its river, was analysed, the problem of flooding, the remedies proposed during the centuries. The design proposal, taking into account one of the central section of the banks, trying to reconfigure the boundary line to bring back the city to the river. The top of the wall and the backfill of the Lungotevere are being drilled for 250 m, thus creating a multi-functional gallery, with different transparencies towards the river. The historical plane trees, they become strong element of the design concept.


STRATEGIES FOR INDIPENDENT NEIGHBOURHOODS

Africa Egipt_Cairo_Inside City of Dead

America Brazil_Sao Paulo_Bamburral


urban agricolture

Europe

Asia

Italy_Milan_Live in box

Japan_Kamaishi_Kamaishi Revitalization

_Rome_Common Frame _Fermata Orti


INSIDE CITY OF DEAD

urban agricolture

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

F.RESTALDI/T.SACCONI AT LIVE IN SLUMS NGO

WORKSHOP

:

SOILNESS

URBAN

VEGETABLE

SITE AFRICA-EGIPT-ROME

The Microjardin project – Soilless Vegetable Gardens submitted by Liveinslums Ngo for slums in Cairo, is an experimental project that employs hydroponic gardening and substitutes fertile soil with mineral and vegetable substrates, generating small communities of sustainable urban and suburban vegetable patches of good quality. The gardens are created by using all recycled or reclaimed material and give birth to various micro-economies among the poorest people. Extract from the report about the winning project: CITY OF MILAN: CALL FOR TENDER “FOOD SECURITY”; CONTRIBUTIONS TOWARDS SOLIDARITY AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION EXPO 2015

GARDENS

-

FEBRUARY

2011


LIVE IN BOX

urban agricolture

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

F.RESTALDI/T.SACCONI AT LIVE IN SLUMS NGO

EXPOSITION:

GEODESIGN

AND

INTERNATIONAL

SITE EUROPE-ITALY-MILAN EXPOSITION AREA SETSPACE 200 m²

Live in Box is a set-up for the “Salone del Mobile” of Milan. This exposition showed the different projects of Liveinslums NGO, from the Micro gardens of Qarafa, Cairo, to the paper housing experiment realized for the homeless of Bucarest. The set-up, entirely made by recycled materials, aimed to explain the visitor the idea and the work behind the projects, offering theme at the same time the possibility to touch and feel the objects we realised in cooperation with the inhabitants of the place we work.

COOPERATION

-

APRIL

2011


BAMBURRAL

urban agricolture

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

M.GUGLIELMI/A.LIBURDI AT LIVE IN SLUMS NGO

SÃO PAULO CALLING: DIDACTIC VEGETABLE GARDEN - THE FERNANDO GRAZIOSO SCHOOL- MAY 2012 SITE AMERICA-BRAZIL-SÃO PAULO PROJECT AREA 100 m²

In occasion of the São Paulo Calling exhibition, we worked with the Live In Slums NGO in order to made an didactic vegetable garden for an elementary school located inside the Bamburral slum. The project intends to build a green wall grown with vegetables and food plant above the school façade; and a vegetable terraced garden in soil. The students from the school have actively participated in the construction of the garden, learning how to seed, how to plant and how to take care of the plants.


KAMAISHI REVITALIZATION

urban agricolture

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

T.SACCONI

MASTER INTERNSHIP: POST TSUNAMI KAMAISHI URBAN RECOVERY AND URBAN FARM – MAY 2012 SITE ASIA-JAPAN-KAMAISHI PROJECT AREA 441.4 km²

Before the tsunami Kamaishi economy was catered to the local elderly population. The younger generation tended their shopping outside Kamaishi, in biggercities. While 800 housing units will be nedded, after their distruction, the design takeadvantage of the recovery plan to create an intergenerational, elderly-friendly town. In order to revitalize the shopping district, the project proposes to attract ecoturism, incorporating urban agricolture as main tool, linking the generational and economical gap.


COMMON FRAME

urban agricolture

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

F.RESTALDI/M.GUGLIELMI/T.SACCONI

HORTOCONTEST : URBAN VEGETABLE GARDENS ON LANIFICIO FACTORY’S ROOF TERRACE - AUGUST 2012 SITE EUROPE-ITALY-ROME PROJECT AREA 350 m²

An area of production and sharing, on the rooftop of an old and disused wool factory. The vegetable garden becomes a social gathering place and of the rediscovery of the connection to the earth, involving students through training workshops. Starting point: the material, the wool, its frames, the mathematical rigor in the tissue and the infinite combinations generated by a common denominator: the fractal sequence divided by the module. This is a “Patchwork” of solids and voids. The Pallet is the basic principle of a texture in continuous evolution. Potager Terre Haute: Plantations avec une hauteur de substrat jusqu’à 100 cm

Potager Terre Moyen:

Plantations avec une hauteur

de substrat jusqu’à 60 cm

Happy Sunday Market La brocante du Dimanche

Potager Terre Basse: Plantations avec une hauteur de substrat jusqu’à 40 cm

Les possibilités infinies 180°

À l’envers

Décomposée...

14

La Pallette

80

120

= Parcours

= Chaise longue

=Jauge

= Apui / Plan de travail

Coupée...

= Jardiniére

Recomposée...

= Potager


FERMATA ORTI

urban agricolture

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

S.SCHOLL

PHASE

D(APD):

RECOVERY

VOCAZIONE ROMA PRIZE 2012

PROJECT

OF

SITE EUROPE-ITALY-ROME PROJECT AREA 2200 m²

FERMATA ORTI is a recovery project of the Farneto railway station and his target is to trasform the area through a compatible activity with the Monte Mario park. We planed the reuse of the ex-railway station for the promotion of activities concern to production and selling of agricolture’s products. The building hosts within a fruit and vegetable market, shops for the selling of local products, a restaurant and mixed use space. Outside we have the vegetable garden, an area for the open air market and a food court.

A

RAILWAY

STATION-OCTOBER

2012


STRATEGIES FOR INDIPENDENT NEIGHBOURHOODS


eco-construction/design

Europe Italy_Alcamo_Convinum     _Rome_Ciampacavallo ONLUS _Kiui project                  _Lunolamp                  _Luogo Comune                  _Uno+                  _S.O.S space Open Source      _Rosarno_A di città

Spain_Barcelona_Local_mente


CONVINUM

eco-construction/design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

S.SCHOLL

ALLESTITI

COMPETITION

:

PROJECT

FOR

A

SITE EUROPE-ITALY-ALCAMO PROJECT AREA 70 m²

Starting by the consideration of wine as conviviality generation element,the convinum expo stand can resend the visitor to a enogastronomic world, throught the natural materials use (wood) and a soft illumination. The target is to create the context of a little winehouse and not just a bottles’exibition. In the center of the stand there’s a wood table that,over as area to taste wine, is also a bottles exibitor. The other elements of the stand are the totem, the infodesk on the entrance, the exibitor walls, the info-screen.

WINE

EXPO

STAND

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NOVEMBER

2012


CIAMPACAVALLO ONLUS

eco-construction/design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

F.RESTALDI AT BAG OFFICINA MOBILE

PHASE (PRE) : HEADQUARTER’S RENOVATION IN STRAW BALE SYSTEM- NOVEMBER 2010 SITE EUROPE-ITALIE-ROME PROJECT AREA 1000 m²

The Ciampavallo ONLUS’s new headquarters includes hall, offices, canteen, workshops, school. All the new spaces are based in the bay’s structural module. Straw-bale construction is a building method that uses bales of straw as structural elements, building insulation, or both. This construction method is commonly used in natural building or “brown” construction projects. Advantages of straw-bale construction over conventional building systems include the renewable nature of straw, cost, easy availability, naturally fire-retardant and high insulation value.


KIUI PROJECT

eco-construction/design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

S.SCHOLL

AT

ORIZZONTALE

WORKSHOP : PROJECT GRANTED FROM EU-YOUTH ACTION PROGRAM Y.A.P. -OCTOBER 2011/MAY 2012 SITE EUROPE-ITALY-ROME PROJECT AREA 700 m²

KIUI is an urban lab for the creation of a network that lets the sharing of technics and good urban practices; the final target is the creation of a KIT that helps the founwdation of new groups and new ideas, highlighting the phases and the qualities of a urban reactivation project. The project had different phases: PUBLIC AC TION#1 ECO |AGRO|CULT Urban PUBLIC AC TION #2 OPEN BRICOLA GE PUBLIC AC TION #3 FREE MARKET


LUNOLAMP

eco-construction/design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

T.SACCONI

PERSONAL PROJECT : ECO LAMP IN RECYCLE OF WASTE TYRES AND LED TECHNOLOGY - FEBRUARY 2010 SITE EUROPE-ITALY-ROME PROJECT 1 tier

Every year, Italy produces around 30 million waste tyres. Within Europe this number is estimated to be as high as 180 million annually. The incineration is forbidden due the production of highly toxic gases, while the process of rubber regeneration involves environmentally harmful chemicals. LUNOLAMP shows how a used tyre can be a resource, becoming a robust, uniquely designed lamp. A ready made object, featuring an internal finish to maximise light output, guaranteeing reduced power consumption and lower heat production.


LUOGO COMUNE

eco-construction/design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

S.SCHOLL AT ORIZZONTALE

WORKSHOP : PUBLIC SPACE REACTIVATION THROUGH RECYCLES MATERIALS - NOVEMBER 2010/MAY 2011 SITE EUROPE-ITALY-ROME PROJECT AREA 550 m²

The project was realized on the district of Pigneto, in the eastern part of Rome. Seven years ago an underground parking was completed under the area of Largo Perestrello, leaving a big empty area. Orizzontale group worked in this square for several months in 3 different phases: 1. Opening the square, removing the mesh fences. 2. Realization of an installation to be set outside of the building site, called Work-watching. 3. Party for the reactivation of a place for the community.


UNO+

eco-construction/design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

S.SCHOLL / M.GUGLIELMI

HOME GARDENING coMPETITION: mobilE forniture modules FOR OUTDOOR USE - JANUARY 2013 SITE EUROPE-ITALY-ROME

The project UNO+ is a system of mobile furniture modules for outdoor use, which are modular within themselves. The easy aggregation of these elements allows us to create different shapes, meeting specific demands in relation to the space available and the number of people using it. The UNO+’s main features of creative strategy are the flexibility of the product, which allows its continuous evolution in space and time, and the environmental sustainability through the use of natural and recyclable materials. The seriality and modularity of the products gives us the possibility to invent the “own” space.


S.O.S. SPACE OPEN SOURCE

eco-construction/design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

S.SCHOLL AT ORIZZONTALE

WORKSHOP : PROJECT GRANTED FROM EU-YOUTH ACTION PROGRAM SITE EUROPE-ITALY-ROME PROJECT AREA 1000 m²

Last public action of the project KIUI. Target: design and realize a temporary structure in a public garden for helping a collective use of the public space. The place where S.O.S. has been realizated was the external garden of the Forte Prenestino. The project was made by Orizzontale and 30 students of Sapienza University of Rome, in The occasion of the indipendent biennale of critical housing BABEL2 organizated by CSOA Forte Prenestino. Four fragments of stands around the hemicycle. In the center of new hemicycle was built a fifth multi-functial object: stage, bicycle parking and pic-nic table.

Y.A.P. - MAY 2012


A DI CITTA’

eco-construction/design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

S.SCHOLL AT COLLECTIF ETC / A DI CITTA’ FESTIVAL OF URBAN REGENERATION

WORKSHOP : PUBLIC SPACE REACTIVATION - OPEN PUBLIC WORK SECTION - SEPTEMBER 2012 SITE EUROPE-ITALY-ROSARNO PROJECT AREA 800 m²

The workshop had placed in the quarter “Case Nuove” and it was divided in three sections: open public work, art and city. The targets were: requalification of the urban spaces of the city, defining which kind of functions the whole areas can host, proposing an alternative collective bargaining talks, involving the population in partecipate processes. For the section open public work the target was to create a public space. We decided to built a external living room, a children playground a football field, a patio between plants and a pergola.


LOCAL_MENTE

eco-construction/design

BIODIVERSITY/PARTICIPATION/RECYCLE/REGENERATION/RECOVERY/RENEVABLE ENERGY/REUSE/SELF-BUILD/SUSTENAIBILITY

A.LIBURDI

PERSONAL

PROJECT:

RECYCLED

PALLET

SITE EUROPE, SPAIN, BARCELONE PROJECT PALLETS

LOCAL-MENTE is a company that promotes the pallet reuse. The policy ofsustainable development promotes activities mostly based on the refunctionalization and creative recycling of unused pallets wood. The recycling process promoted by the company aims to reduce the pollutant emission and costs production by 50%, through a short chain process and the correct localization of human resources and materials. The materials are selected, recycled,refunctionalized to create eco friendly forniture and sustainable architectures, able architectures.

FORNITURE

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OCTOBER

2012


STRATEGIES FOR INDIPENDENT NEIGHBOURHOODS A di città for A di città Workshop

Links

Addati Claudia for Convinum

http://www.anma.fr/

AMNA Agence Nicolas Michelin & Associes for Bassin à Flot and Objective Luc

http://architectureforhumanity.org/

special thanks

BAG Officina Mobile for CiampacavalloOnlus

http://www.archweb.it/Tesi_laurea/Michela_Guglielmi/tesi_michela_guglielmi.htm

Boundaries international architectural magazine for Barrio 21.24

http://www.archweb.it/Tesi_laurea/Silvia_Scholl/tesi_Silvia_Scholl. htm

Boldarini Arquitetura e Urbanismo for Cantinho do Céu

http://www.bagofficinamobile.org/

Brigada Bolivarianas de Peru for Workcamp archeology sci

http://www.boundaries.it/go/

Carpenzano Orazio for Il Tevere Urbano Chiang Wan-Ting for Kamaishi revitalization Choppinet Aude and Myrizaki Katerina for Cantinho do Céu, Silvina Audi and Sport for Change

http://www.fadu.uba.ar/ http://www.fundaciontemas.org.ar/ http://www.liveinslums.org/ http://masteremergencyarchitecture.com/category/field-trips/

Clemente Carola for Barrio 21.24

http://www.orizzontale.org/

Collectif ETC for A di Città

http://www.kiuiproject.eu/

Consortium Tiberina Un Ponte sul Tevere for ArTevere

http://www.saobernardo.sp.gov.br/

Corre Vivienne, Robertiello Arianna and Venturi Vanessa for Horto Contest

http://www.unpontesultevere.com/

Corum Nathaniel AFH for Sport for Change ExpoEdilizia Rome for Barrio 21.24 and St. Lucie Medical Clinic

http://www.sci-italia.it/ http://www.allestiticoncorso.it http://www.vocazioneroma.net/

Fortunato Paola for ArTevere

https://www.facebook.com/brigada.bolivarianos

Fundacion T.E.M.A.S. NGO for Barrio 21.24

http://www.caralperu.gob.pe/

Giancotti Alfonso for Barrio 21.24 and and Housing in the Hafencity Garau Pietro UN-Habitat for LVWATSAN Holm John for Kamaishi Revitalization

Publications Barrio 21.24

Javier Fernandez Castro for Barrio 21.24

http://www.plataformaurbana.cl/archive/2012/07/13/proyecto-deregeneracion-del-barrio-21-24-en-buenos-aires/

Kobayashi Ikuo (Professor of Kobe University) for Kamaishi Revitalization

http://europaconcorsi.com/authors/2144665319-Flavia-Restaldi

Live in Slums NGO (Head Office and Network Team) for Inside City of Dead, Live in Box and Inside Mathare) Marcos Luiz for Silvina Audi Marini Catia for Local_mente Orizzontale for Luogo Comune, Kiui project and Workshop S.O.S. Space Open Source Santovetti Costanza for Fermata Orti SCI-Italy for Workcamp archeology sci SEHAB Secretaria de Habitaçao Sao Bernardo do Campo Municipality for Silvina Audi Taller Froma y Proyecto UBA (FADU-Universidad de Buenos Aires) for Barrio 21.24 Uhac Ella for Kamaishi Revitalization and Sport for Change

http://issuu.com/flavia.restaldi/docs/2013_restaldi-publications http://s3.amazonaws.com/europaconcorsi/project_documents/3325226/120324_Brochure_premio_2012.pdf Sport for Change http://openarchitecturenetwork.org/node/12301


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SIN_Portfolio 2013  

urban social design, international cooperation and developement, urban agricolture, eco-design

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