2010

PANICO COLLETTIVO
San Lorenzo di Panico (Bo)

Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico

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<p><B>PANICO COLLETTIVO</B>
<BR>San Lorenzo di Panico (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico</p>
<p><B>PANICO COLLETTIVO</B>
<BR>San Lorenzo di Panico (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico</p>
<p><B>PANICO COLLETTIVO</B>
<BR>San Lorenzo di Panico (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico</p>
<p><B>PANICO COLLETTIVO</B>
<BR>San Lorenzo di Panico (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico</p>
<p><B>PANICO COLLETTIVO</B>
<BR>San Lorenzo di Panico (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico</p>
<p><B>PANICO COLLETTIVO</B>
<BR>San Lorenzo di Panico (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico</p>
<p><B>PANICO COLLETTIVO</B>
<BR>San Lorenzo di Panico (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico</p>
<p><B>PANICO COLLETTIVO</B>
<BR>San Lorenzo di Panico (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico</p>
<p><B>PANICO COLLETTIVO</B>
<BR>San Lorenzo di Panico (Bo)<BR><BR>
Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico</p>

Promoter: INU Istituto Nazionale di Urbanistica, Emilia-Romagna
Comune di Marzabotto (Bo)

Exhibit: Prima Biennale dello Spazio Pubblico, Roma
P-Public, international public space meeting, Chania GR


Participatory design for the renovation of San Lorenzo di Panico, Bologna.
San Lorenzo is one of the few examples of Romanesque architecture in the Apennines, an excellence that for too long has been abandoned to itself. The client request was limited to the design of the square and the area in front of. The complexity of the the project suggested a participatory planning approach and thanks to the sense of community in those valleys has showed very effective. The participatory process has been limited to three main target as centrality, communication and pathways to make the discussion more focused and leaner. Through post it of different colours participants drew up a ranking of priorities of each topic, localized on the territory. The result is an overall ranking in which road traffic, information signage and the churchyard requalification seem to be the most important matters. The project has been thought to organize and valorize what already exist in order to become aware of what the territory can offer. Promote a slow mobility (train+bike) is certainly the opportunity to rediscover a land solving the problem of the isolation of the villages. The new image of S. Lorenzo di Panico is a place that offers tourists services as info point, rest areas and panoramic point, but even a real public space for the community that rediscover the ancient meaning of the square between urban and natural environment.