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Virginia De Jorge Huertas & Michele Di Maggio

DE JORGE DI MAGGIO

https://www.virginiadejorge.com/

Madrid, Spain
Virginia De Jorge (1991, Madrid) and Michele Di Maggio (1990, Puglia) meet each other working in Barcelona in 2016, since then, they look for futures architectures together. Michele is an Architect (La Sapienza, Rome) and BIM Manager (CICE, Madrid) and Virginia is Ph.D. Architect (ETSA-University of Alcala, Madrid) and currently Postdoctoral Researcher (IUAV, Venice). Their interests are in a growing constellation among participative tools, technology, environments and architecture as a process.

Call for ideas 2020

Participative Process


Creating Collective Consciousness

Participative Process


Creating Collective Consciousness
Developing a time tool for participative projects and thinking architecture as an evolutive process with citizens.
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¿How can we project together public space? Participative Crono-tool is a productive strategy at various scales: it is a chrono-program of what we imagine could be the configuration of the square over time. ¿When? The “Biological Clock” can be collected in five points: A. description of production strategy, B. actors involved in the process/design, C. Location of strategies in the project area, D. strategy graphically explained in a specific site, E. possible time implementation (depending on B). Ex. we apply the “participative crono-tool” to one of our projects, “Laterza Lievita” (Shortlisted project in Europan 15 in Laterza, Italy). What we propose is a chrono-programme of tentative situations (or In-Situ-Actions) generated by the interaction among all the actors involved in the management and enjoyment of this public space: communities/temporary users/citizens, public administrations, investors, small and medium-sized craftspeople and local traders, owners of buildings and visitors.


Metabolic diagram. ¿How can we project together public space?
Future Architecture Scenarios + Cuisine Culture + Urban Structure + Participation of the Society + Heritage + Environment.

Participative Crono-tool. ¿When can we project together public space?

Axonometric view of Piazza Vittorio Emanuele. Application of the participative crono-tool

"Laterza Lievita" Longitudinal section. ¿Where can we project together public space?

Scenography. ¿Who can play the scene? ¿Which scenographies can be created in public space?

Participative Process


Creating Collective Consciousness

Participative Process


Creating Collective Consciousness
Developing a time tool for participative projects and thinking architecture as an evolutive process with citizens.
File under
Type of project
  • Next alliances

¿How can we project together public space? Participative Crono-tool is a productive strategy at various scales: it is a chrono-program of what we imagine could be the configuration of the square over time. ¿When? The “Biological Clock” can be collected in five points: A. description of production strategy, B. actors involved in the process/design, C. Location of strategies in the project area, D. strategy graphically explained in a specific site, E. possible time implementation (depending on B). Ex. we apply the “participative crono-tool” to one of our projects, “Laterza Lievita” (Shortlisted project in Europan 15 in Laterza, Italy). What we propose is a chrono-programme of tentative situations (or In-Situ-Actions) generated by the interaction among all the actors involved in the management and enjoyment of this public space: communities/temporary users/citizens, public administrations, investors, small and medium-sized craftspeople and local traders, owners of buildings and visitors.


Metabolic diagram. ¿How can we project together public space?
Future Architecture Scenarios + Cuisine Culture + Urban Structure + Participation of the Society + Heritage + Environment.

Participative Crono-tool. ¿When can we project together public space?

Axonometric view of Piazza Vittorio Emanuele. Application of the participative crono-tool

"Laterza Lievita" Longitudinal section. ¿Where can we project together public space?

Scenography. ¿Who can play the scene? ¿Which scenographies can be created in public space?


Idea by

Virginia De Jorge Huertas & Michele Di Maggio
DE JORGE DI MAGGIO
Madrid
Spain
Virginia De Jorge (1991, Madrid) and Michele Di Maggio (1990, Puglia) meet each other working in Barcelona in 2016, since then, they look for futures architectures together. Michele is an Architect (La Sapienza, Rome) and BIM Manager (CICE, Madrid) and Virginia is Ph.D. Architect (ETSA-University of Alcala, Madrid) and currently Postdoctoral Researcher (IUAV, Venice). Their interests are in a growing constellation among participative tools, technology, environments and architecture as a process.