The continuous alterations experienced - within the border between water and land and along more than 8,000 kilometers of the Italian coast – have profoundly changed the image and use of this interface, squeezed between nature and arti ce. These landscapes consist of a sequence of emerging artifacts and recurring values. Apparently inconsistent and irregular, these architectures are emblematic episodes of the urban-port condition. Hinged between the city and the coast, the Priamàr Fortress in Savona is part of this heterogeneous but compact system. Built in 1500 as a huge military complex, it is the result of subsequent additions over centuries, until the abandonment immediately after the Second World War and its recovery in the late Nineties. Coordinated by Full Professor Architect Carmen Andriani, the Coastal Design Lab 6 (hereafter CDL#61) worked on design hypotheses aimed at triggering regeneration dynamics in the surrounding contexts and in the historic center. The CDL#6, divided into two parallel seminars, developed projects for both the external and internal areas of the fortress. The planned interventions proposed a unitary strategy pointed at the spatial and functional reconfiguration of the entire building. The graphic result of the overall work is an integral part of the strategic approach here adopted: the intervention actions, in fact, were coordinated from the choice of formal solutions to their graphic representation.
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|Titolo:||Neo-Priamàr. New shapes for the Border Heritage|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||04.01 - Contributo in atti di convegno|