The project answers the question “How can design improve the urban environment, the city and our life?”
Red Star Design Park defines a new model for a new lifestyle based on design 4.0, which contains principles of sharing and circular economy and good design practices. The overlapping masterplan: A structure composed of public functions gathered in flexible pavilions, the grouping of a community with different lifestyles that benefits from innovative community services, the design of a large green park.
The project for the renovation of the Varesello Sports Center consists of the redevelopment of existing playgrounds and the construction of four new buildings: two changing rooms, one of which will host a grandstand, a large residence for sportsmen and a small changing room with bar for external users. The project aims to reorganize all the elements and the adjacent park in a unitary system, a raised walkway organizes the distribution and constitutes the visual signal that characterizes the project.
The strong agricultural vocation of the island of Sant’Erasmo, which in the recent past could be seen as a threat to the survival of the territory and a limit to development, today becomes the engine for the rediscovery of new social, economic and educational models. DONTSTOP architecture works towards the rediscovery of these values thus outlining a model for the development and conservation of global periurban rural territories.
The new General Regulatory Plan of Pordenone arises from the desire and urgency to rethink the riches of the territory and the best way to exploit them for the benefit of the community. The reflections start from the realization that within the urban economy land rent no longer exists. The growth of a city must therefore draw on different resources. The Pordenone plan therefore focuses on the use of energy sources, considering them not as a single user but as a network. This attitude, together with the recovery of disused urban systems that are part of the system, means that there are important environmental consequences, favoring the growth of the city.
The acquisition of the Trotto Park allows the expansion of all the support spaces for the spectators. The main body of the tribunes of the old horse-riding structure becomes the new east entrance to the stadium overlooking a large theme park. The Masterplan includes large sales areas for the team’s products, a new stadium museum and different fan catering offerings are the central functional program of a new large sports center, integrated with the stadium, capable of attracting public not only during events held in San Siro.
The project for the Lambro Park sports facility includes a circular cycle path that, in addition to being a connection structure for the various playgrounds envisaged by the project, becomes an opportunity to create and connect different areas and different uses. At the center of the connection path is the green area equipped for recreational and play activities for children. Adjacent to the existing building of the common services and near the space intended to host the bowling alley is the common area for families.
The project “Medusozoa – Trieste waterfront” articulates a proposal and re-launches the debate on possible interventions for Porto Vecchio in Trieste, in the light of the economic, social, political and technological conditions of the contemporary world. The strategy proposed by the project overturns the canons of the past by cynically assuming the most unfavorable socio-economic conditions of the contemporary crisis and making them the prerequisites of the project, but adopting pragmatic and innovative strategies with an ideal push and vision on the future through the complex metaphor of the Medusa as social activators.
The Angelo Moratti Sports Center is one of the most important places in the history of F.C. International where the first team conducts the training sessions. It is a place that has undergone a process of constant and ambitious renewal for a few years, which has set the goal of generating not only new spaces, but also a renewed strategic organization of the already existing areas.
A territorial workshop in three days of exploration of the northern lagoon and its islands: the history and the sandbanks of the Lazzaretto Nuovo, the gardens and the Torre Massimiliana di Sant’Erasmo, the fishing tradition and the ecosystem in which Venice was born and grew up.
A weekend of territorial exploration within the Sentiero delle Barene, an innovative project of the network of Archeoclub di Venezia and CAVV – CSV di Venezia Coordination of Voluntary Associations of the Metropolitan City of Venice (Competition of ideas for the development of solidarity communities 2019), starting from the island of Lazzaretto Nuovo, one of the richest islands in biodiversity and immersed in the lagoon ecosystem now at risk of disappearance, according to the innovative role of the “heritage communities” promoted by the Faro Convention of the Council of Europe on the value of cultural and environmental heritage for society.
Maggiolina’s masterplan is a project of urban regeneration that intervenes through demolition and reconstruction on an abandoned area, the former Il Giorno typographies, going to create a residential park. On over 10 thousand square meters of surface, in fact, 7000 square meters have been used as a green space. The two buildings, Sky tower and Maggiolina Gardens, are designed with a combination of different typological units in strong relationship with the exterior, aimed at obtaining a feeling of openness of the luminous space and environmental comfort.
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