The proposal focuses on a sequence of spaces characterized by a different gradation of property, passing from semi-private to semi-public and public. The project aims to unhinge and relocate the forms of the neighborhood‘s collective life into a new system of spaces, acting at different scales from the mega-structure to the micro-community. The group decided to walk metaphorically through dell’Archeologia looking at spaces from a human-eye level and letting disadvantaged users to be protagonists. Participatory practices, co-design and a bottom-up logic were used to trigger the development of a project-action intervention. A map of existing social networks was outlined including critical and virtuous points of reference researched through social networks and local news. The point of view of four characters helped understanding different perceptions of places and glimpsing the possible ways to enhance existing resources. The role of the architect is to facilitate and strengthen the connection of existing positive networks intervening through episodes of urban regeneration: systemically, proposing a network of collective or public-private management services that act as social glue, and punctually, imagining uses and practices that can offer opportunities for training and work. A constellation of meta-design proposals with high feasibility tries to break the anonymity of the large scale acting as a corrector able to bring Tor Bella Monaca back to human size.

Abi(li)tare le reti. La quotidianeità degli abitanti di TBM: dispositivi spaziali per la comunità. Team VOARCH / Paola Gallo, Antonella Violano, Rosa Romano, Monica Cannaviello, Eletta Naldi, Maria Vittoria Arnetoli. - STAMPA. - (2021), pp. 233-239.

Abi(li)tare le reti. La quotidianeità degli abitanti di TBM: dispositivi spaziali per la comunità. Team VOARCH

Paola Gallo
Supervision
;
Rosa Romano
Methodology
;
Eletta Naldi
Investigation
;
Maria Vittoria Arnetoli
Investigation
2021

Abstract

The proposal focuses on a sequence of spaces characterized by a different gradation of property, passing from semi-private to semi-public and public. The project aims to unhinge and relocate the forms of the neighborhood‘s collective life into a new system of spaces, acting at different scales from the mega-structure to the micro-community. The group decided to walk metaphorically through dell’Archeologia looking at spaces from a human-eye level and letting disadvantaged users to be protagonists. Participatory practices, co-design and a bottom-up logic were used to trigger the development of a project-action intervention. A map of existing social networks was outlined including critical and virtuous points of reference researched through social networks and local news. The point of view of four characters helped understanding different perceptions of places and glimpsing the possible ways to enhance existing resources. The role of the architect is to facilitate and strengthen the connection of existing positive networks intervening through episodes of urban regeneration: systemically, proposing a network of collective or public-private management services that act as social glue, and punctually, imagining uses and practices that can offer opportunities for training and work. A constellation of meta-design proposals with high feasibility tries to break the anonymity of the large scale acting as a corrector able to bring Tor Bella Monaca back to human size.
2021
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239
Goal 3: Good health and well-being
Goal 7: Affordable and clean energy
Goal 11: Sustainable cities and communities
Paola Gallo, Antonella Violano, Rosa Romano, Monica Cannaviello, Eletta Naldi, Maria Vittoria Arnetoli
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