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Show simple item record Capobianco, Lorenzo 2022-10-21T08:34:26Z 2022-10-21T08:34:26Z 2022-09
dc.identifier.issn 978-9928-135-39-1
dc.description.abstract This paper presents a project, under construction in the municipality of Aversa, born from a scientific collaboration between the Department of Architecture (principal investigators: professors Lorenzo Capobianco and Fabrizia Ippolito), the municipality of Aversa and the Campana Agency for Building Residential (ACER, former autonomous Institute of Popular Homes), first place in the Competition of the Campania Region for the realization of Social Residential Building Programs_PIERS of 2020. In a marginal city environment, in which all the characteristics and criticalities of the urban suburbs can be traced, this project, starts from the design of 85 dwellings distributed in 5 new buildings that "replace" the previous ones through a mechanism of progressive transfer of the inhabitants which makes it possible to build them on the same area as the buildings to be demolished, considerably extends its action by dealing with the improvement of environmental, physical and social conditions, for the neighbourhood and the community. The purpose of this contribution is to demonstrate how it is possible, starting from public buildings, to experiment with innovative ways of living in the home and the city, imagining innovative activities and spaces for relationships. The quality of the architecture starts from the design of the urban space and its collective spaces, from the new uses and from the new forms of proximity that are imagined for the post-pandemic city. The experimentation with new residential typologies (co-housing; turn-housing; co-living and housing-family/community) is accompanied by the provision of self-managed multifunctional condominium premises also to provide additional spaces that can be used for work and distance learning. Lastly, great attention is paid to the integrated design of the urban relationships and new proximity spaces that are substantiated in a new multilevel public agora and a small park with equipped greenery and areas for outdoor sports. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher Department of Architecture, EPOKA University - Tirana, Albania en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries ICAUD Proceedings;
dc.subject post-pandemic city en_US
dc.subject new forms of living en_US
dc.subject urban regeneration en_US
dc.subject social housing en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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