Re-Balance


The INNOVATION starts from the BALANCE between HYPER-LOCAL and DEVELOPMENT

Re-Balance


The INNOVATION starts from the BALANCE between HYPER-LOCAL and DEVELOPMENT
Architecture as a director of integrated projects FROM and FOR the TERRITORY
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  • # Social
  • # Environment
  • # Economy

We need to re-start FROM and FOR the TERRITORY. Territory like collectivity, culture, know-how, memories, identity, tradition and climate.

Looking to the HYPER-LOCAL and to the contemporary TECHNOLOGY we have to intercept innovative solutions for the PRESENT and for the FUTURE.

We have to BALANCE the HYPER-LOCAL conditions with the human aspiration to the DEVELOPMENT and the progress.

The INNOVATION has to start from the HYPER-LOCAL.

In this environmental strategy the human aspiration is the dynamic energy that we have to use for UPGRADE THE TECHNOLOGY and PRESERVE THE CULTURE and THE CLIMATE.

The architecture can do it. The architecture have to design now NEW FORMS OF LIVING and WORKING.

The architecture has to re-start the territory, hoping to the balance and the symbiosis. That is bioclimatic, landscape urbanism, social living, new economy, social business and co-working. That is re-innovation of building, urban-scape and land-scape. That is RE-BALANCE.


The INNOVATION starts from the sphere of ECONOMY-SCAPE, LAND-SCAPE and SOCIAL-SCAPE.
In the interconnection of them we have to find NEW FORMS OF LIVING and WORKING adapted to the new and current lifestyle, even at the service of complex programs for urban and regional regeneration.
Globalization has separated the citizens from their local resources. In the place itself we have the richness. We have to find it.
The logic is to transform PROBLEMS INTO OPPORTUNITIES.


Idea by

MANUELA SCHIRRA
TRIESTE
Italy
PhD architect at IUAV University of Venice in Architectural Composition and Design with a thesis on the design of dwelling for the contemporary society. She conducted her research in the megalopolis of Tokyo and Mumbai. Today she continues her studies on issues of micro-, fusion- and co-housing, and on systems of urban settlement for new forms of living and working. In 2016 she won the prize Young Italian Critic at the Biennale di Venezia with the essay entitled “Charles Correa and the Mandala”.

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