- Giacomo Guidotti
Inhabiting complexity: Scalo San Paolo-Bellinzona.
Traditional production sites, with their distribution and storage infrastructures, are leaving the cities, freeing significant areas for redevelopment. Though their closeness to noisy communication arteries makes such places seem low value and unsuitable for housing, the cities are reclaiming these areas, central and well-served, largely for new housing.
The theme of the semester is to research urban morphologies to make the occupation of these sites effective and credible.