For 25 years Bari has been absorbed by a debate on the future of the iron sea which separates its historically defined part and the expansion one. The project is part of a MArch degree thesis from the Polytechnic of Bari, about the 'Grande Bari' plan, involved to solve this issue. The goal of the project is to make the station a pleasant, clear and safe to use place, solving the problematic node of the tracks moving from the Centre of the City. The new infrastructure is sustainable and produces energy thanks twelve structural trees made of recycled steel with solar roof on the top.
A Palace for Nature reinvents the idea of creating luxury into something meaningful, creating life and nature through a self-sustainable botanical oasis in the desert. The heart of the palace is an oasis covered by a central dome, the design is inspired by the Sidra Tree, which is native to Qatar and is a symbol for perseverance, solidarity and determination.
The Eurasia Road Tunnel will connect the continents of Europe and Asia when completed in 2017. Approximately 1 km long twin tunnels at each end converge into a 3.4 km long, 13.7 m diameter two-deck tunnel bored 25 m below the seabed. The main aim of the tunnel is to provide a calm, safe, well lit, contemporary and well-designed direct link between two continents accommodating up to 100,000 vehicles per day.
The aim of this design was to reflect the essential qualities and innate disposition of Shizuoka prefecture in an aesthetically pleasing way. Tamako conveys the geographical attractions and the agricultural landscape of this region using traditional Japanese garden design methodology. Avoiding literal use of popular sights such as Mount Fuji and Lake Hamana, these and other features were abstracted subtly into her design. In doing so, interest is shown in introducing the modern movement of garden design to visitors who have not had the opportunity or fortune to visit gardens outside Japan.
Sea-level rise is a major concern for most coastal cities around the world. Thirty percent of Lower Manhattan is expected to sink below sea level by 2050 while also becoming more vulnerable to storm surges. This masterplan aims to use the flood as a tool to transform the city, redefine the future urban life, and manipulate the city's edge once again as one embraces the imminent threat. In this vision for a future city, the problem becomes the instrument in which changes are implemented; a new territory is created; a new New York is brought to life.
The revitalization project of the National Resistance Square, tackles the desire to reestablish the square’s character as a place of leisure and encounter that it once was. The new design shares the plot into four welcoming zones connected to one another by green and shaded alleys created in continuity to the surrounding urban network. They offer areas for cooling down, relaxing, playing and wandering, each featuring either solar electricity production, rainwater collection, waste separation, compost processing and energy sobriety.