|EveryVille Competition by La Biennale di Venezia - project 93 of 195
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|GIACOMO BERSANELLI (ITALIA), ALESSANDRO BOCCHIO (ITALIA), SIMONE CABERTI (ITALIA)|
|The regulatory principle that orders the entire project is the necessity to maintain a low profile in the existing campaign, in order to respect the agricultural and level's identity of the location. To perform that, we thought about a telluric movement ables to contain all the functions necessary for the life of the community. The ground has been partitioned but the harmonic and natural course has been preserved. The agricultural life continues unchanged and it develops over the waves buildings. The area opposite to the buildings is entirely green with exclusively cycle tracks.
The viability is organized by perpendicular streets marked down in respect to the country's level. In this way the circulation of pedestrian and wheelers is free at the core of this city.