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L’INTERFACCIA CITTÀ-PORTO

l’interfaccia città-porto come punto di incontro delle azioni per lavorare su diversi livelli

Offrire agli abitanti che vivono nelle vicinanze delle attività portuali, delle condizioni abitative e delle attività ricreative e culturali nelle zone di contatto portuali
  1. Integrare nella progettazione degli edifici le misure appropriate per ridurre gli inconvenienti legati alle attività portuali.
     

  2. Riqualificare gli elementi patrimoniali portuali e urbani per valorizzare la memoria dei luoghi.
     

  3. Sviluppare spazi pubblici e strutture ricreative o culturali nelle zone di contatto portuali per trasformarle in un nuovo polo di attrazione.
     

  4. Promuovere l’integrazione architettonica e paesaggistica delle strutture portuali.

CONNESSIONE A SDG DELLE NAZIONI UNITE
esempio positivo
Cape Town [South Africa]

The former grain silo in the port-city interface is a listed building constructed in 1921, measuring 57m in height including 42 concrete tubes. The conversion began in 2014 from a partnership between the V&A waterfront and businessman Jochem Zeitz. Architect Thomas Heatherwick is responsible for a design that includes the biggest museum for contemporary African art, educational areas, shops and a hotel. Due to its location and scale, the building is a landmark connecting the history of the port and future of the waterfront. 

+ info -  Visit the Zeitz MOCAA website

esempio positivo
Oslo [Norway]

The Port of Oslo developed in 2010 specific aesthetic guidelines for the port facilities. Some of the key measures include protecting the visual axes, developing green elements in different sites, the lighting schemes or the use of materials and colors. In this case, the general principle is that the aesthetic value of the port may be in the logistics activity itself, and that it is worth showing it to citizens. In this case, the buffer works as a transition zone for port activities and not as a screen that hides these same activities. Based on this principle, it is proposed to create viewpoints on the port, expand its transparency. In the Oslo is also worth exploring the Oslo Havn Promenade, where the cultural value of the port is explained in an innovative public space.

+ info -  Download the aesthetic guidelines

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