Dogali Square | fondaRIUS architecture

• April 9, 2011

fondaRIUS architecture has completed the refurbishment project for Dogali Square in San Gregorio Magno, Salerno. This square is nowadays a space for pedestrian and vehicular circulation, in a state of total abandon. The project proposes to divide the square into 2 different areas: one for the transit and the parking, the other for the stay and pedestrian transit. Besides linking different areas of the historical center, the project creates an urban connection. The materials – asphalt with coloured marks and walls and stairs of concrete – ensure low costs and easy maintenance.

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Dogali Square - Before, image courtesy fondaRIUS architecture

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Dogali Square, image courtesy fondaRIUS architecture

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Dogali Square, image courtesy fondaRIUS architecture

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Dogali Square, image courtesy fondaRIUS architecture

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Dogali Square, image courtesy fondaRIUS architecture

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Dogali Square - Plan, drawing courtesy fondaRIUS architecture

+ Project credits / data

Project: Dogali Square
Location: San Gregorio Magno, Salerno.
Architect: Federico Calabrese, Alessandra Faraone | fondaRIUS architecture | http://fondarius.com/
Client: Comune di SAN GREGORIO MAGNO, Salerno

+ All images and drawings courtesy fondaRIUS architecture

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Category: Landscape

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