|EveryVille Competition by La Biennale di Venezia - project 185 of 195||
|wild banchi research center||page 1 (page 2)|
|Shinji GIBE (JAPAN)|
|First of all, we imagined ocean-side urban city in Japan as Everyville.
The city is composed of three belts - ocean belt, industrial belt, residential belt.
Industrial belt is developed on concrete land.
But the concrete land has no relation to the context of the natural land and interrupt its growing.
In Everyville, we propose the new type of landfill , which allow Everyville to evolve.
We call it fluid land.
Our aim is to differentiate the concrete land to rocks and sand.
And replace them in ocean again.
The metamorphosis of the land itself became as Everyville.
As we develop the land and move in, our sense of community increases.
This plan could repeat again.
Concrete land is everywhere.
And the lands will start to link across the bay.
Through this process, the community will be formed, but not concrete.
As the land develops, the community changes eternally.
Community follows the land.