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Unesco intangible cultural heritage recognition offers new strategies
for local agriculture, quality food, transnational tourism and economy.
Cilento, cradle of the Mediterranean Diet, offers a green model to Italy.
This Agrorinasce competition winner Farm on confiscated land is a living
Manifesto of Participation against the Mafia. A vegetal mosaic made of
2700 biovases, which will take care of the residents of the nearby town.
Demolition-Reconstruction (Piano Casa) of a dismissed building; tiny
acupuncture on the lookout residential hill just in the center of Salerno.
Large front windows, angular balconies, terraces facing the Amalfi coast.
Residential and commercial complex on the LungoIrno new main road,
that complete Bohigas masterplan for Salerno along Pinocchio park.
A new piazza of 3000m2, public underground parking and green areas.
Demolition-Reconstruction (Piano Casa) of an abandoned building
immersed in a new Mediterranean green park of 25000m2 just on the sea.
Spectacular views on Salerno gulf, Amalfi Coast skyline and Capri.
Demolition-Reconstruction (Decreto Sviluppo) of a dismissed car dealer.
City’s larger central piazza with public spaces of 4000m2 enclosed by a
residential complex, kindergarten, shops, public underground parking.
Restoration and retrofitting of an abandoned unique historical ‘700 villa.
Spectacular spaces, windows, balconies, terraces and gardens overlooking
the sea: Positano, Praiano, Amalfi Coast and all the gulf of Salerno.
Papermills reuse for wellness, culture, meetings dedicated to the hospitality
of those travelers who like Schinkel, Von Klenze, Ruskin, Escher, Coignet,
Hackert, Klee, Goethe love peace/nature of the inland Amalfi Coast valleys.
This Holcim Awards global prize winner Plan for the reuse of watermills
is recognized as a lesson of fusion between preservation and innovation.
Zero impact mobility, as hydraulic elevators, actualises Amalfi’s history.
By grafting new models of Mediterranean EcoCities, capable of actualising
the millenary adaptation experience typical of Italian towns, we provide
effective strategies for the requalification of vast neglected peripheries.