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Agri-tecture camouflage

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Project aims to establish the relationship between existing agricultural landscape and abandon factory area of Alfa Romeo in Arese. The new proposal will host various agricultural activities i.e., agricultural market for seeds, organic food, fruits, etc. It will also be a base for zero waste farm running on renewable energy sources (bio mass, biodiesel & solar energy), to create sustainable social environment and encourage people to participate on an urban scale.

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Agri-tecture camouflage

  1. 1. Workshop 2009/10 _ Master in Urban Vision and Architectural Design 2009-2010 _ Domus Academy
  2. 2. From carscape to carescape Agri-tecture Camouflage Gianandrea Barreca Mohammad Ali Behbahani Project Leader Assistant Francesca Benedetto Giorgio Bologna Mansi Shah Caterina Catanzani Melike Tanya Anamurluoglu Tejas Kathiriya Workshop 2009/10 _ Master in Urban Vision and Architectural Design 2009-2010 _ Domus Academy Workshop 04 Title Director Tutor
  3. 3. From Carscape to Carescape AGRI-TECTURE CAMOUFLAGE
  4. 4. Aim To merge the existing agricultural landscape of the Arese area with Alfa Romeo site and provide a new AGRO- ACTIVITY center for the surrounding territories. Objectives To create contemporary landmark To transform the texture of the site from hardscape to softscape To camouflage the existing elements with an appropriate design strategy – a green carpet . To create a sustainable network To provide a base for public participation PROJECT MANIFESTO Main points of consideration
  5. 5. Alfa Romeo Rho Fiera Expo 2015 Cemetery MAJOR LANDMARKS Scale of Alfa Romeo with other landmarks Porta Garibaldi Castello Centrale Duomo
  6. 6. WATER BODIES
  7. 7. FORESTS AND GREEN
  8. 8. Fields produces a texture and color on the territory. We highlight this aspect into creating a new visual scape AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPE
  9. 9. Agricultural center Lainate Garbagnate Milanese Alfa Romeo Arese Rho Rho Fiera Expo 2015 Cemetery SURROUNDING VILLAGES Porta Garibaldi Castello Centrale Duomo
  10. 10. CONCEPT To weave a thread in the creation AGRO-center, a thread that ties together everyday lives, textures, colors, patterns and that make up the relational fabric of the city.
  11. 11. VISION OF AGRICULTURE CENTER
  12. 12. VISION OF AGRICULTURE CENTER
  13. 13. VISION OF ALFA ROMEO- CONCEPTUAL
  14. 14. VISION OF ALFA ROMEO- CONCEPTUAL
  15. 15. Plain field Decadent buildings Functioning buildings COVER – CONCEPTUAL IDEA
  16. 16. CHANGING TEXTURES- envision
  17. 17. To make it a contemporary landmark – retain identity of cars! A potential public space social bearable equitable sustainable agriculture economic viable To provide a sustainable agricultural park To provide commercial facilities for revenue generation
  18. 18. Agriculture Agricultural Farms Public Gardens Social parks Sports activity Economical Market / Exhibition Energy mounds
  19. 19. CEREALS wheat barley paddy corn grain durum wheat VEGETABLES potatoes tomato grapes pear trees peas FRUITS apple trees BIOMASS plopars willows PLANT FOR IMPROVING SOIL + BIODIESEL sunflowers AGRICULTURE TYPOLOGIES rapeseeds Agriculture
  20. 20. WHEAT Consumption per capital (q) ** No. of beneficiaries Euro/q*** Euro/ha 56,54 q 35 18,60 1.051,644 DURUM WHEAT 53,19 q 33 16,20 861,678 BARLEY 55,61 q 35 18,60 1.034,346 PADDY 53,00 q 33 43,50 2.305,5 CORN GRAIN 105,00 q 65 15,20 1.596 FRUIT and VEGETABLE q/ha producted* No. of beneficiaries Euro/q*** Euro/ha APPLE 129.41 139 47 6.082,27 PEAR 29.10 32 73 2.117,73 GRAPE 71.40 77 35 2.485,14 PEA 20,47 50 - - POTATO 328.35 792 26 8.528,09 TOMATOE 522.43 1260 98 51.198,14 5.913 Consumption per capital (q) ** AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION AND COST .935 .415 *www.provincia.milano.it ** www.istat.it ***www.borsa.granariamilano.org q/ha producted* *www.provincia.milano.it ** www.istat.it ***www.ismea.it CEREALS
  21. 21. BIOMASS Quantity/ ha Energy (kwh/Kg) Quantity of energy (kwh) plopar 20-35 tonn 0,47 17-30 tonn 0,47 7.90014.000 WOOD 9.40016.450 willow CARBON DIOXIDE + WATER VAPOUR PHOTOSYNTHESIS WATER TREES SEEDS PLANT FOR IMPROVING SOIL + BIODIESEL Quantity/ha Energy sunflower 850 kg 966 l rapeseed 850 Kg 966 l BIODIESEL SUNFLOWERS and RAPESEED VEHICLES CO2 BIOMASS AND PLANTS FOR IMPROVING SOIL + BIODIESEL
  22. 22. PLANTS SPRING SUMMER AUTUMN WINTER WHEAT MATURATION HARVEST TIME SOWING TIME - DURUM WHEAT MATURATION HARVEST TIME SOWING TIME - BARLEY MATURATION HARVEST TIME SOWING TIME - PADDY SOWING TIME MATURATION HARVEST TIME - CORN GRAIN SOWING TIME HARVEST TIME - - PEAS HARVEST TIME - SOWING TIME MATURATION TOMATOES SOWING TIME HARVEST TIME - - POTATOES SOWING TIME HARVEST TIME - - APPLE TREES BLOOM MATURATION HARVEST TIME HARVEST TIME PEAR TREES BLOOM MATURATION HARVEST TIME - GRAPES MATURATION MATURATION HARVEST TIME - SUNFLOWERS SOWING TIME HARVEST TIME - - RAPESEEDS SOWING TIME HARVEST TIME - CYCLE AND AGRICULTURAL COLORS OF PLANTS
  23. 23. 1° YEAR ROTATION OF PLANTS For the soil to regain itself naturally 2° YEAR 3° YEAR 4° YEAR
  24. 24. 30 25 20 15 10 5 CALABRIA PUGLIA EMILIA R. PIEMONTE LOMBARDIA SARDEGNA FRIULI V.G. UMBRIA VENETO MOLISE TOSCANA TRENTINO A.A. OTHERS 0 PRODUCTION OF BIOMASS (%) Biomass centrals Biomass centrals for wood CENTERS OF BIOMASS IN LOMBARDY The region is at 5° place in Italy for producing biomass.
  25. 25. ENERGY FOR THE PLACE THERMOELECTRIC STATION SOLAR PANELS BIOMASS STATION RECREATION AREA BIOMASS PLOPAR AND WILLOWS CEREALS VEGETABLES FRUIT BIODIESEL SUNFLOWERS AND RAPESEED IMPROVING SOIL THE SYSTEM MARKET: AGRICULTURE AND ENERGY
  26. 26. DESIGN 1. 2. To interpret the analysis in an agro-tectonic language To understand the revenue generated
  27. 27. ALFA-ROMEO
  28. 28. ALFA-ROMEO
  29. 29. ALFA-ROMEO
  30. 30. ALFA-ROMEO Functional buildings Non- functional
  31. 31. ALFA-ROMEO
  32. 32. ALFA-ROMEO
  33. 33. ALFA-ROMEO
  34. 34. ALFA-ROMEO
  35. 35. ALFA-ROMEO
  36. 36. Wheat - 3 Durum wheat -1 Barley - 2 Paddy - 4 Corn grain - 3 apple – pear orchards -6 Pear -2 Potatoes -4 Tomatoes -7 Peas -2 Rapeseed -2 Sunflower -2.5 Woodland – poplars - 10 ALFA-ROMEO
  37. 37. Wheat - 3 Durum wheat -1 Barley - 2 Paddy - 4 Corn grain - 3 apple – pear orchards -6 Pear -2 Potatoes -4 Tomatoes -7 Peas -2 Rapeseed -2 Sunflower -2.5 Woodland – poplars - 10 ALFA-ROMEO
  38. 38. Wheat - 3 Durum wheat -1 Barley - 2 Paddy - 4 Corn grain - 3 apple – pear orchards -6 Pear -2 Potatoes -4 Tomatoes -7 Peas -2 Rapeseed -2 Sunflower -2.5 Woodland – poplars - 10 ALFA-ROMEO
  39. 39. Go- carting Woodland- poplar (biomass)
  40. 40. CEREALS Number of fields Quantity producted (q) n. beneficiaries Origin price WHEAT 3 169,62 104,7 3.154,932 DURUM WHEAT 1 53,19 32,8 861,678 BARLEY 2 111,22 68,6 2.068,692 PADDY 4 212,00 130,8 9.222 2.75 288,75 178,2 4.389 CORN GRAIN FRUIT and VEGETABLE Number of field Quantity producted (q) n. beneficiaries Origin price APPLE 4 517,64 553,64 24.329,08 PEAR 2 58,2 62,2 4.235,46 4.50 321,3 343,62 11.183,13 PEA 2 40,94 98,6 - POTATO 4 1.313,4 3.164,8 34.112,36 TOMATOE 7 3.657,01 8.812,3 358.386,98 GRAPE AGRICULTURE PRODUCTION
  41. 41. BIOMASS AND BIODIESEL BIOMASS Number of fields SOLAR ENERGY Quantity produced/ha Quantity of energy (kwh) plopar 7 140- 245 tonn 65.800115.150 willows 3 51- 90 tonn 23.70042.300 BIODIESEL NUMBER OF FIELDS QuantiIty produced Energy sunflower 2.50 2.125kg 2.415 l rapeseed 2 1.700 Kg 1.932 l ENERGY PRODUCTION ENERGY IN MILAN: 1.222 Kwh/m2 yearly Medium level of electricity consuption (italian family): 3.000 Kwh yearly 7 HA OF SOLAR PANELS: 12.220.000 * 7 kwh
  42. 42. LANDSCAPE TEXTURES IN DIFFERENT SEASONS Spring-summer- Autumn- Winter
  43. 43. LANDSCAPE TEXTURES IN DIFFERENT SEASONS Spring-summer- Autumn- Winter
  44. 44. LANDSCAPE TEXTURES IN DIFFERENT SEASONS Spring-summer- Autumn- Winter
  45. 45. LANDSCAPE TEXTURES IN DIFFERENT SEASONS Spring-summer- Autumn- Winter
  46. 46. BUILDING FACADES
  47. 47. BUILDING FACADES
  48. 48. BUILDING FACADE
  49. 49. THANK YOU!

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