MARSEILLE 2030: GREEN TOWER IN EUROMED II

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Abstract

International Architecture Exhibition is an architectural design exhibition that, through its selection of well-designed works and emphasis on quality, originality, and creativity, presents current trends in contemporary design. With a tradition of 60 years, BUGAIK is one of the oldest regional academic institute of architecture in South Korea. The Exhibition hosted 35 architectural design works by professors and academic tutors from seven countries including United states, China, Japan, Italy, Canada, Germany, and South Korea. The Exhibition will an excellent opportunity to experience highly recent trends as well general tendency of contemporary architecture, and to communicate for understanding of professional environment of architectural design among participants. The Academic Course of 'Laboratorio V (5° year) di Progettazione Architettonica' is concerned with transformation of the European city focusing specifically on the post-event Marseille – European Capital of Culture 2013. The course offers a critical reflection on the Euromed II Masterplan and identifies, as area of planning interest, the Events Axis which connects, from East to West, the waterfront with the A7 motorway. The design of a Green Tower, located in proximity of the motorway interchange, recognizes the marginal places as potential of urban integration and aims to gather mobility, density and inhabited area through the general issue of the Active Infrastructures. As the only italian professor for architecture I was selcted for the BUGAIK architecture exhibition in South Korea together with universities from China, Austria, USA, Canada and Germany.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteBUGAIK 2014 - INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE EXHIBITION
Pagine36-36
Numero di pagine1
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2014

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Lecardane, R. A. (2014). MARSEILLE 2030: GREEN TOWER IN EUROMED II. In BUGAIK 2014 - INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE EXHIBITION (pagg. 36-36)