Developed almost all around Europe, following the nowadays crisis, “recycling” culture helped to revalue all that already exists to limit the expenses. There are a lot of innovative and creative initiatives often created in Europe which cross the most traditional daily object and dressing up fields, touching also the neglected architecture, as like as historical places that nowadays “live” in decay, because they’ve lost their previous usance. The administrations too cannot help this. Not only because of the lack of resources available for restoration, but also because of the difficulties in giving them a sort of management able to give them back to citizens. Empty places where people live and neglected churches have in common their being useless, their being not a total part of the town, their being such as an element that has lost his history. Buildings change radically in the places where they’ve been built: they’re not considerer anymore active as before, but as unavailable spaces. By the way, thanks to some spontaneous intervention a lot of buildings can be considered still “alive” and got once again their own place in the neighborough. The community, naturally, have to pay a lot to make it lasting in time. San Giuseppe delle Scalze, at Salita Pontecorvo in Naples, is a clear exemple of the battle taken by the Forum Tarsia, an organization composed of persons able to revive such an amazing place like this. Meeting, shows, and exhibitions are the most are settled to show to the other what in 1980 an earthquake has not destroyed. The project that we here present suggests the creation of cheap modular scenery, able to provide the church with a series blocks, called tancube, to mounting shows, exhibitions and social meeting, based on the importance and the reversibility of the cultural place. These mounting propose, although the decay, the revaluation and the reintegration of the church in the urban environment, hoping that the most complicated intervention could be planned and, finally, realized.

Modular low-cost scenery to mounting some events: the example of the church of San Giuseppe delle Scalze

PAGLIANO, ALESSANDRA
2013

Abstract

Developed almost all around Europe, following the nowadays crisis, “recycling” culture helped to revalue all that already exists to limit the expenses. There are a lot of innovative and creative initiatives often created in Europe which cross the most traditional daily object and dressing up fields, touching also the neglected architecture, as like as historical places that nowadays “live” in decay, because they’ve lost their previous usance. The administrations too cannot help this. Not only because of the lack of resources available for restoration, but also because of the difficulties in giving them a sort of management able to give them back to citizens. Empty places where people live and neglected churches have in common their being useless, their being not a total part of the town, their being such as an element that has lost his history. Buildings change radically in the places where they’ve been built: they’re not considerer anymore active as before, but as unavailable spaces. By the way, thanks to some spontaneous intervention a lot of buildings can be considered still “alive” and got once again their own place in the neighborough. The community, naturally, have to pay a lot to make it lasting in time. San Giuseppe delle Scalze, at Salita Pontecorvo in Naples, is a clear exemple of the battle taken by the Forum Tarsia, an organization composed of persons able to revive such an amazing place like this. Meeting, shows, and exhibitions are the most are settled to show to the other what in 1980 an earthquake has not destroyed. The project that we here present suggests the creation of cheap modular scenery, able to provide the church with a series blocks, called tancube, to mounting shows, exhibitions and social meeting, based on the importance and the reversibility of the cultural place. These mounting propose, although the decay, the revaluation and the reintegration of the church in the urban environment, hoping that the most complicated intervention could be planned and, finally, realized.
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