This article is presenting three urban regeneration projects “beyond” the coastal Borders. FLOATING ATOLLS | This urban renewal project has been designed for a district located in Castellammare di Stabia. The project includes interventions on the urban space, on the landscape and also on city-owned buildings. The regeneration action of this area behind the old town represents an important objective of the city for the coming years. Becoming aware of the complexity of the entire urban system and its strong decay, it is possible to identify structural interventions in order to generate a real action of “regeneration”. DUNES | The environmental sustainability project to restore the dunal environment aims to enhance the coastal landscape and raise awareness of a new model for the use of natural resources. The social and fruition aspect is resolved with cycle-pedestrian spaces, with the integration of urban furniture and the necessary greenery. The ultimate goal of the intervention is to allow users to have a series of services to enjoy the seafront even out of season and to fully take advantage by a regenerated natural environment. CPN ISLANDS | In the new Copenhagen, where the ecological paradigm guides urban changes, traditional infrastructures seem to open up to new life cycles and take on different roles in the city. Adaptation and recycling are the words that best describe how they are regenerated. The docks are like beaches where you can tan and swim in clear water. And there will be islands. A Parkipelago of small islands where you can go to be isolated (as the word says), to sunbathe, meet friends or simply go somewhere while time passes.

Beyond the border. Atolls | Dunes | Islands / Ricci, M.. - (2022), pp. 105-114.

Beyond the border. Atolls | Dunes | Islands

Ricci M.
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2022

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This article is presenting three urban regeneration projects “beyond” the coastal Borders. FLOATING ATOLLS | This urban renewal project has been designed for a district located in Castellammare di Stabia. The project includes interventions on the urban space, on the landscape and also on city-owned buildings. The regeneration action of this area behind the old town represents an important objective of the city for the coming years. Becoming aware of the complexity of the entire urban system and its strong decay, it is possible to identify structural interventions in order to generate a real action of “regeneration”. DUNES | The environmental sustainability project to restore the dunal environment aims to enhance the coastal landscape and raise awareness of a new model for the use of natural resources. The social and fruition aspect is resolved with cycle-pedestrian spaces, with the integration of urban furniture and the necessary greenery. The ultimate goal of the intervention is to allow users to have a series of services to enjoy the seafront even out of season and to fully take advantage by a regenerated natural environment. CPN ISLANDS | In the new Copenhagen, where the ecological paradigm guides urban changes, traditional infrastructures seem to open up to new life cycles and take on different roles in the city. Adaptation and recycling are the words that best describe how they are regenerated. The docks are like beaches where you can tan and swim in clear water. And there will be islands. A Parkipelago of small islands where you can go to be isolated (as the word says), to sunbathe, meet friends or simply go somewhere while time passes.
2022
New European Bauhaus. New Boundaries, public space toward a sustainable urban environment
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NEB; floating islands; coastal areas; urban regeneration
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