Via Sparano and Borgo murattiano redevelopment

Bari / Italy / 2007

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The most significant priorities in via Sparano are, starting from Piazza Umberto I: the bookshop Laterza, recently renovated; the area around the palace Mincuzzi, the churchyard of St. Ferdinand and finally, the area in front of the palace of the Rinascente.
These take the form of thematic areas in virtue of their being a point of interaction between public and internal urban scale. Small “occasional squares “, seating areas where you can stop by their presence that punctuate the course of the street, as steps of a narrative path , made even more pleasant by its episodes, characterized by a change of flooring and a key change signal in the presence of exceptional moments along the path of the axis.


PROGETTO ARCHITETTONICO:
T-studio architettura
Arch. Guendalina Salimei (Capogruppo), Arch. Francesca Contuzzi, Arch. Giancarlo Fantilli (paesaggio)
Studio de Marco Associati
Arch. Marina De Marco

PROGETTO URBANISTICO
Prof. Arch. Rosario Pavia

CONSULENTI:
Arch. Maria Emanuela Lo Monaco (fattibilità economica)
Lightco (light design)
Ing. Mario Andrisani (progetto impianti)
Geom. Paolo Luttazzi (computi e stime)
Ferdinando Valenzano (botanico)

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    The most significant priorities in via Sparano are, starting from Piazza Umberto I: the bookshop Laterza, recently renovated; the area around the palace Mincuzzi, the churchyard of St. Ferdinand and finally, the area in front of the palace of the Rinascente.These take the form of thematic areas in virtue of their being a point of interaction between public and internal urban scale. Small “occasional squares “, seating areas where you can stop by their presence that punctuate the...

    Project details
    • Year 2007
    • Work started in 2016
    • Client Comune di Bari
    • Status Current works
    • Type Urban Renewal
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