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#0012 with 77 points (1st place)
Alexander Laing - Francesco Matteo Belfiore, London, UK
The project deals with the themes of the transformation of the wreck by exploring the dichotomy between removal and storage. The main operation consists of the sectioning of the wreck along the line of water, keeping the immersed portion and removing the portion has emerged. The fragment immersed becomes the container of new activities and crossings of the ship among paths, tanks of water and surfaces planted. This new place of memory is directly connected to the island of Giglio through two routes suspended on the water.

 

#0008 with 76 points (2nd place - FARM Cultural Park prize)
Vulmaro Zoffi, Milan, Italy
The project uses the tool of section to remove the part of the ship currently emerged and the practice of disassembly to generate new surfaces of artificial reef in contact with the seabed. The removal of wreck's vertical planes reconfigures the part of ship immersed in a sequence of metal blades for the colonization of marine species. The project is powered by a reflection on the new atmospheres generated by the remains of the wreck. With the cycles of the tides the metal lines emerge on surface from the water to remind the old shape of the costa concordia reinforced by birds and insects collected in a nebula to remember the tragic event.

 

#0010 with 66 points (3th place ex-aequo) Francesco Tonnarelli - Andrea Cippitelli, Macerata, Italy
The project deals with the most urgent issues in a clear and precise way. From the construction of a new line of connection between the harbor and the wreck, to the configuration of a new architecture that redials some fragments and parts of the ship in order to remember the image of the wreck and the tragedy. The project is formed mainly by three phases and establishes the time of the dockyard and the staging of the processes of transformation of the wreck as well as the place of memory with the construction of volumes and platforms that offer new opportunities for uses related to activities connected with the sea.

#0017 with 66 points (3th place ex-aequo)
Wynn Chandra, London, UK
The proposal plans a cross between a machine and geology at the moment of the accident that is a form of first trasnsformation. The project deals with the configuration of a new geological structure in which the natural water environments are tied inside of a matrix to the rock strata of the Island of GIglio.

 


#0019 with 59 points Andrea Lo Papa - Duilio Damilano - Andrea Alberto Dutto - Emanuele Meinero, Cuneo, Italy - Alexander Yonchev, Saint Etienne, France

 

#0028 with 57 points Keigo Mori, Hyogo-ken, Japan - Hiroki Kobayashi, Osaka, Japan

 

#0030 with 54 points Daniel Martin-Pintado Donovan - Antonio Monge Martínez, Madrid, Spain

 

#0016 with 53 points Christophe Gautrand, Paris, France

 

#0031 with 49 points Ethel Baraona Pohl - César Reyes Nájera, Barcelona, Spain - Eva Papamargariti, Larissa, Greece - Vassiliki Maria Plavou, Volos, Greece

 

#0025 with 48 points Giulia Scotto, Pordenone, Italy

 

#0015 with 46 points Kirsten Flemming, London, UK

 
     

The jury is composed by:


Cristina Díaz Moreno - Efrén García Grinda, AMID (cero9), Madrid
Andrea Bartoli, FARM CULTURAL PARK, Favara Luca Emanueli, SEALINElab, Ferrara
Eva Franch i Gilabert, STOREFRONT Director, New York
Joseph Grima, DOMUS Director, Milan
Kamiel Klaasse_NLarchitects_Amsterdam
Geoff Manaugh, BLDGBLOG, Los Angeles
Marco Navarra, NOWA, Caltagirone
Lori Nix, New York
François Roche, R&Sie(n), Paris
Italo Rota, Milan
Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, Atelier Bow Wow, Tokyo

The jury has identified two macro- categories as guidelines for the selection of the group projects in which differences, degree of maturity as well as the depth of each project are being emerged through the method of comparison. These two macro-categories collect different kinds of solutions:

1. The Costa Concordia's wreck is preserved in its entirety in the place of the accident to permanently fix the image of the trauma. The wreck becomes thus the container to rethink new activities and examples for the reuse. The evidence of the accident is canceled, by leaving the wreck's structure under the sea level.
2. The wreck's structure is manipulated through complex operations of cutting, removal and engagement to obtain new visions of possible scenarios, and new relations between fragments of the wreck and the Island of Giglio.The memory of the accident is awakened through small development of meanings and objects.

 
 

 

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