2011

CALDERARA PARTECIPATA
Calderara di Reno (Bo)

Participatory design for ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno

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<p><B>CALDERARA PARTECIPATA</B>
<BR>Calderara di Reno (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno</p>
<p><B>CALDERARA PARTECIPATA</B>
<BR>Calderara di Reno (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno</p>
<p><B>CALDERARA PARTECIPATA</B>
<BR>Calderara di Reno (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno</p>
<p><B>CALDERARA PARTECIPATA</B>
<BR>Calderara di Reno (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno</p>
<p><B>CALDERARA PARTECIPATA</B>
<BR>Calderara di Reno (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno</p>
<p><B>CALDERARA PARTECIPATA</B>
<BR>Calderara di Reno (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno</p>
<p><B>CALDERARA PARTECIPATA</B>
<BR>Calderara di Reno (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno</p>
<p><B>CALDERARA PARTECIPATA</B>
<BR>Calderara di Reno (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno</p>

Promoter: Comune di Calderara di Reno

Participatory design for the ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno, Bologna
The workshop was organized to discuss the redevelopment of the ex Paradisi Area in Calderara di Reno (about 6,500 square meters) in order to define priorities, functions, public spaces and start to draw up a general reorganization of the whole area, as a preparatory work to the drafting of the new municipal operational plan in 2012. Through "exercises" with different methodologies according to the topics, the workshop led to the definition of a transformation scenario, constructed step by step, whose synthesis was regularly shared with all participants. The synthesis of the analyses made it possible to draw up guidelines for each topic, to be followed for the design of the whole area. The project area was divided into four areas according to vehicular and pedestrian traffic. For each area, combinations of different building types were designed as well as three different public spaces.