International konkurrence Bagnoli, Napoli

AKTUELT / 20.11.19

Foto: Bagnoli, Napoli. ©Invitalia.

Fra industriområde til urban park. Vær med til at transformere 250 ha i det vestlige Napoli

Invitalia, the National Development Agency i Rome har udskrevet konkurrence for området Bagnoli i italienske Napoli. Bagnoli, der ligger i den vestlige udkant af Napoli, er et tidligere industrikvarter. Nu skal det 250 ha store areal transformeres til en urban park, og Invitalia har udskrevet konkurrence.

Om konkurrence skriver Invitalia: 

“The International Ideas Competition for the Bagnoli area is intended to design the new landscape of the former industrial area of Naples, which covers an area of 250 hectares, transforming it into one of the largest and most fascinating international urban parks.

The future of the Bagnoli site, as in the Environmental Rehabilitation and Urban Regeneration Programme, is to make the most of geographic, landscape, environmental, social and cultural resources, restoring the quality of life and a general well-being of places for citizenship and for future users of this area.

We intend to realise this vision through a low-density settlement project, with a high-quality environment whose key elements are green areas and a range of new residential, commercial and tertiary activities.

Its core is the large urban park of about 120 hectares which is expected to develop into a new green heart of Naples. An attraction, which will host industrial archaeology artefacts, research spaces, leisure and sporting activities and that, through its 2 km of waterfront, is an ideal link with the Gulf of Naples.

This call will help to define the future park design, outlining the overall planivolumetric plan of the area for better enhancing landscape and natural heritage.”

Deadline 7. januar 2020 kl. 11:00.

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