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Marilena Baggio and Mario Cucinella architects

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F. Corridoni 9, Seveso (MB), Italy
Marilena Baggio, architect and landscape architect, expert in Healing Gardens, coordinator and teacher of Faculties Medicine and Agriculture. Mario Cucinella architect, winner of multiple award-international design projects and undisputed global leader in sustainable practices.

The nature is a teacher


The nature is a teacher


For a landscape idea helping to make the Habitat Poetic

The future of architecture is linked at the idea of HOLISTIC LANDSCAPE, which is the real vision of the MAN HABITAT. This means to speak about architectures, connected at the deep emotions between man and nature, that try to do an actual answer to the emotional uncertaintly and to social need of our cities.
The future architecture have to be tended by the quality of the RELATIONSHIPS.
This quality is built with a sustainability not only high technological contest but also of beauty, emotions and of sharing of common space, caring at the use and riuse of materials. The architecture is made by and with its citizens.
The landscape is a body on which the architecture behaves like a URBAN ACUPUNTURE, in stimulating points, according to the values earlier explained, generated a balance for entire system.
Guastalla, the Nursery School is an example.


Continuum between indoor and outdoor, so architecture and landscape.

Examples of cultural and educational spaces.

The sensory teaching path starts from the main entrance and goes through several classrooms. “Butterflies Garden” (SIGHT), goes beyond the “ Sound Garden” (HEARING), meets the “Perfumes Garden” (SMELL), arrives to the “Corner of Wolverine” (TASTE) until it reaches from inside the “Pollicino’s Path” (TOUCH).

The project is thought to stimulate the child's interation with the surrounding space according to a vision of teaching.

Charles Eames says: “At the end everything is in relation, the people, the objects, the ideas. The quality of the relations is the key of the all qualities.”

The nature is a teacher


The nature is a teacher


For a landscape idea helping to make the Habitat Poetic

The future of architecture is linked at the idea of HOLISTIC LANDSCAPE, which is the real vision of the MAN HABITAT. This means to speak about architectures, connected at the deep emotions between man and nature, that try to do an actual answer to the emotional uncertaintly and to social need of our cities.
The future architecture have to be tended by the quality of the RELATIONSHIPS.
This quality is built with a sustainability not only high technological contest but also of beauty, emotions and of sharing of common space, caring at the use and riuse of materials. The architecture is made by and with its citizens.
The landscape is a body on which the architecture behaves like a URBAN ACUPUNTURE, in stimulating points, according to the values earlier explained, generated a balance for entire system.
Guastalla, the Nursery School is an example.


Continuum between indoor and outdoor, so architecture and landscape.

Examples of cultural and educational spaces.

The sensory teaching path starts from the main entrance and goes through several classrooms. “Butterflies Garden” (SIGHT), goes beyond the “ Sound Garden” (HEARING), meets the “Perfumes Garden” (SMELL), arrives to the “Corner of Wolverine” (TASTE) until it reaches from inside the “Pollicino’s Path” (TOUCH).

The project is thought to stimulate the child's interation with the surrounding space according to a vision of teaching.

Charles Eames says: “At the end everything is in relation, the people, the objects, the ideas. The quality of the relations is the key of the all qualities.”


Idea by

Marilena Baggio and Mario Cucinella architects
F. Corridoni 9
Seveso (MB)
Italy
Marilena Baggio, architect and landscape architect, expert in Healing Gardens, coordinator and teacher of Faculties Medicine and Agriculture. Mario Cucinella architect, winner of multiple award-international design projects and undisputed global leader in sustainable practices.