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Spazio ARTE PASSANTE | Porta Vittoria Metro Station, Milano
30th October 2014
#1 Where Architects meet Poets
The city- the greatest organism made by man. Distinct DNA is the blueprint of each city; the infrastructure as its constitutive element all while the public uses and reactivates the city’s culture and its traditions. The result is a unique urban form and performance. The current metropolis constantly endures metabolical changes- from sprawl to cultural transformations. Throughout this phase, mobility and infrastructure system prove to be essential; forming the spine of the city by connecting extremities. What kind of harmony is to be found among new potentialities and the sense of preserving the metropolitan culture?
Ideally, mobility should represent the local culture by spreading t to the city’s spines and embodying it into the urban structure. The first approach, the physical infill, would occur in unused available spaces by transforming these spaces into cultural platforms by gathering and collecting urban culture. The second approach concerns transportation- it should be taken as an advantage to diffuse culture to the very quotidian activities happening in the infrastructural system. The proposal at hand seeks to play with the timescale of mobility by reforming these elements from their current limited function to active transporters of information and experience.