This volume proposes essays, descriptions, and projects developed both during and following the Erasmus Intensive Program HAULuP, Heritage and Architecture of Urban Landscape under Production, held in Venice in September 2013, organized by the University Iuav of Venice with the participation of the Manchester Metropolitan University (Manchester School of Architecture) and the Universidad de Granada (Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura). The design experience proposes a rereading of the transformations of Venice Arsenale about four fundamental themes, aiming at a new use of the architectural complex by the city. The proposals are focused on the definition and development of a new accessibility, new urban services, permanent and temporary residences, as welle as on the role of the great central basin and the fronts of water. The essays that precede the descriptions of the place and design themes, aim at developing a comprehensive reading of the Arsenale in relation to the Lagoon of Venice, the story of its transformation, the city and the international scene. The different contributions recognise some references for the architectural and urban conversion of a place in which Venice reflects itself as “City World”, capable of housing exhibitions and events, evoking similar places, cultural references and requesting at the same time a particular care, based on a specific knowledge, where technical approaches and projects can act for the safeguard of its assets only through the appropriate transformation of the alive city. The whole makes HAULuP an interesting experience along a necessary path of research by design dedicated to urban and landscape regeneration of the historical heritage of the production.

HAULuP. Heritage and Architecture of Urban Landscape under Production. VENEZIA ARSENALE

VANORE, MARGHERITA
2014

Abstract

This volume proposes essays, descriptions, and projects developed both during and following the Erasmus Intensive Program HAULuP, Heritage and Architecture of Urban Landscape under Production, held in Venice in September 2013, organized by the University Iuav of Venice with the participation of the Manchester Metropolitan University (Manchester School of Architecture) and the Universidad de Granada (Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura). The design experience proposes a rereading of the transformations of Venice Arsenale about four fundamental themes, aiming at a new use of the architectural complex by the city. The proposals are focused on the definition and development of a new accessibility, new urban services, permanent and temporary residences, as welle as on the role of the great central basin and the fronts of water. The essays that precede the descriptions of the place and design themes, aim at developing a comprehensive reading of the Arsenale in relation to the Lagoon of Venice, the story of its transformation, the city and the international scene. The different contributions recognise some references for the architectural and urban conversion of a place in which Venice reflects itself as “City World”, capable of housing exhibitions and events, evoking similar places, cultural references and requesting at the same time a particular care, based on a specific knowledge, where technical approaches and projects can act for the safeguard of its assets only through the appropriate transformation of the alive city. The whole makes HAULuP an interesting experience along a necessary path of research by design dedicated to urban and landscape regeneration of the historical heritage of the production.
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