The infamous 167 of Secondigliano, otherwise known as “Le vele di Scampia”, is known internationally as a degraded, both architecturally and urbanistically and socially, suburb of Naples. Designed by Franz Di Salvo the complex is the starting point of an important episode of architecture both for the design idea and for the construction modalities based on the design of the structure. Building quality and architectural quality are its characteristics that are shaken by the bad image as well as by the total abandonment of institutions. In addition to the recent interventions of mere and guilty thinning of the volume, which in fact reduced the architectural power of the settlement, nothing seems to indicate the path of retraining and recovery which cannot be ignored and neglected. The contribution aims to highlight first of all the strong value and qualification of the architecture of the Vele and analyzes hypotheses on the possibilities to reintegrate the quarter to territory of Naples with compatible use destinations.
|Titolo:||La riqualificazione delle vele al Rione Scampia di Napoli: una architettura qualificata degna di nuova vita.|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|