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Un po’ per uno: il riuso temporaneo come soluzione alla sostenibilità permanente delle città [ es.06 ]

Sala: Sala 7

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Con i programmi di rigenerazione urbana attivati dalla scorsa amministrazione locale milanese, che proseguono e rinforzano la loro operatività, Milano è diventata culla di buone pratiche in termini – soprattutto – di riuso temporaneo degli spazi in abbandono. Le sperimentazioni mostrano che questi collaborano alla definizione di Milano come smart city proiettata al futuro

 

Questo incontro prevede l'approfondimento di una esperienza amministrativa locale, in logica reverse engineering. Sarà portata all'attenzione del pubblico un'esperienza considerata come buona pratica, dando la possibilità a tutti i partecipanti di approfondire l'idea dalla sua progettazione alla sua realizzazione concreta, con domande e brevi interventi.

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Isabella Inti Fondatrice e Presidente - Temporiuso.net Biografia

Isabella graduated in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano University and she is PhD doctor in Urban Planning and Public Policies at IUAV, University of Venice. Research and Action on territorial changes brought Isabella to realize since 2001 several inquiries, exhibitions and books with the network Multiplicity presented at the Biennale of Venice, Triennale di Milano, Kunst Werke of Berlin, CAC Vilnius. She currently teaches Urban Planning Design at the master School of Architecture of Politecnico di Milano with an approach to the project as a process, paying attention to the construction of communities of care. From 2008 she promotes Temporiuso (www.temporiuso.org) an action-research that proposes to reactivate abandoned buildings and open spaces with associations start up projects, granting temporary use contracts in a rent control. With Temporiuso.net partners she realized several temporary reuse projects and public debates in many Italian cities and abroad. As activist she is president of ADA Stecca a network of cultural associations with which she experiments tools and public participation devices. From October 2012 she was commissioned by the Municipality of Milan to run Stecca 3.0 socio-cultural center. From 2016 she is technical director of the Postgraduate Course “Temporary Reuse Course” at DAStU - Politecnico di Milano.

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Matteo Persichino Temporiuso.net Biografia

Since 2012, he is member of the cultural association Temporiuso.net. He dedicate himself to the design and manage the temporary reuse process of abandoned and underused spaces, with particular attention to materials, recycling techniques and energy sustainability.

He comes from Salento (Apulia) and moved to Milan where he graduated in Architecture at the Politecnico di Milano. He has worked in both architectural and collective studies, such as Praksa in Pola (HR). Winner of National Prizes on Riuso, for years he has been involved in researching and curating exhibitions, conferences, seminars and workshops in Italy and abroad. From 2016 he is technical coordinator of the Postgraduate Course “Temporary Reuse Course” at DAStU - Politecnico di Milano.

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