The Orchestrated City,sharedgarden | Carlota Alvarez Guzman

The Orchestrated City Shared Garden Milano: TEMPORARY REUSE- A Call for the value of reused building.
What does temporary use mean? Buildings, urban areas and open spaces are subject to cycles of high and low utilization, during which there are moments of transition, uncertainty and immobility. It is in this “time in between” of old and new use, that it is possible to experience temporary projects and activities, that can offer new scenarios of urban regeneration.

Architects: Carlota Alvarez Guzman

University: Architecture & Design, Lusiada University

Milano Collection
Milano Collection

Milan is an infinite factory whose essential development capital is its territory, its people and its ideas. Design has a fundamental role in the Italian production system and contributes significantly to support it on international markets.

Project Description INDEX
Project Description INDEX

Urban consolidation – A milano collection
Its a project which born from relations between the design and the territory, coexistence of territory. The aim is to strengthen the historic heritage through transformation space (abandoned building), an international reference for conservation and exhibition, as well for, research and production. Recover a public space in abandoned building.

Concept
Concept

Shared garden concept

Conservation – Natural landscape

shared Garden
Shared Garden

OPTIMIZATION OF RUIN. THE VALUE OF THE BUILDING THE VALUE OF THE CONSERVATIO :THE VALUE OF GREEN SPACE. OPEN GREEN SPACE INSIDE SQUARE DOMESTICATED GARDEN. PUBLIC SPACE

SUPPORT: ABANDONED BUILDING. REUSED SPACE CONQUEST: LANDSCAPE. AN ORDERED LANDSCAPE

Carlota Alvarez Guzman

Carlota Alvarez Guzman Architect – designer – photography 17 MAY 1990, MADRID (SPAIN) Education: Architecture 2014, San Pablo Ceu University, Madrid (Spain) Workshop Architecture, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou (China) – June 2014 Architecture & Design, Lusiada University, Porto (Portugal) – 2013-2014.

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