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    Historically, the presence of waterfronts along long stretches of coastline has partially deprived port cities of their relationship with the sea… Read More
    Historically, the presence of waterfronts along long stretches of coastline has partially deprived port cities of their relationship with the sea, often exacerbating phenomena of physical and social degradation in the urban areas closest to them. The exhibition curated by Stefano Recalcati for the 15th International Architecture Biennale of Venezia, explores how over the past thirty years, the transformation of ports has opened up an opportunity to alter the existence and attitude of this separation line, which obviously has an impact on the attractiveness of port cities and on their inhabitants’ quality of life. We collaborated with Stefano Mandato and the curators team to create a voyage through time which starts with analysis and reinterpretation of some of the most significant urban regeneration projects for industrial ports which have already been implemented or are currently being implemented, encouraging wide-ranging reflection on the principles and methods with which to approach and orient the complex conversion of production in Porto Marghera. Read Less
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