area 100 | changing cities

The urban tissue, even if it is considered consolidated, is intrinsically inclined towards design, or in other words to a continuous transformation. This clearly applies to the empty areas created by interruptions of the urban tissue, in the recovery and exploitation of tiny interstitial spaces whose sum represents an incredible quantity of inhabitable land, but also to densely built areas of historical value which must be adapted to present-day requirements. Built and void areas define the urban aggregate where public and private spaces asset their inevitable coexistence.