Unvolumes - Non Architecture

Unvolumes

Year : 2010

Function: open public space.

Site location: Ariccia, Rome, Italy.

University / Institution : università di Valle Giulia, LaSapienza, Rome.

Nationality: italian.

City and date of birth: Rome , 24-09-1985

Tutors: Stefano Mavillio, Carlo Valorani

Brief Description of the project:

the project of Unvolumes try to deal with issue of how to reconnect an historical city centre to the surronding build environment. The approach of an unvolumetric architecture is used as a way to change the interaction between people, ordinary and extra ordinary users, and the gold coins of the city (a design of Bernini for the plaza, square and main palace and the monumental bridge) and at the same time is trying to not overlap the already extremely complex urban fabric. The idea is to not add “vertical” architecture but to link through an“horizontal”design.

Masterplan impression, birdview of the project , networks digrams

Masterplan impression, birdview of the project , networks digrams

Design detail 1. the Bernini square. The public living room

Design detail 1. the Bernini square. The public living room

Impression of the monumental bridge promenade. Design detail

Impression of the monumental bridge promenade. Design detail

Impression of the two squares

Impression of the two squares

 

Author: Futura Falco

 

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