The project begins with the challenge of reusing and restoring an existing, vacant brownfield site located on the fringe between Seattle’s industrial district to the south and the heart of the city to the north.
3rd Price – Taglio di Po Design Competition Design Team: Benghi, Dorato, Farinella, Giordani, Massari, Rubini Our design proposes to unify the visual and physical continuity between three main spaces of Taglio di Po city-center: with a simple and effective move a unique and distinguishable main route runs from the churchyard to the town square crossingContinue reading “Taglio di Po Design Competition – 3rd Prize”
“Imola Autodrome. Territorial strategies and urban regeneration in the Motorvalley landscape” addresses the issue of the regenaration of extremely uncommon infrastructure as that of a racetrack laid on the edge of the city, developing a cultural and territorial reconnection of the urban park, the river and the city, reaching important and original project outcomes. TheContinue reading “Franco Tinti 1st prize – Imola Autodrome Urban Regeneration”