Redesigning GOA

Martedì 12 Giugno, presso la sala conferenze dell’Aeroporto C. Colombo di Genova, si è tenuta la presentazione dei progetti degli studenti del Laboratorio di Progettazione Ambientale, diretto dalla nostra Prof. Maria Antonietta Esposito.

La giornata ha visto il suo inizio al mattino, con i saluti dell’Aeroporto di Genova. Sono intervenuti il Diretto Generale, Ing. Piero Righi, il Direttore Tecnico, Ing. Marco Bresciani e la Progettista, Arch. Emanuela Tondo.

A seguire l’introduzione del Corso da parte della Prof. Maria Antonietta Esposito.

Si sono poi avvicendati uno dopo l’altro i 15 gruppi del Laboratorio, presentando le loro proposte progettuali per l’ampliamento dell’Aeroporto.

Redesigning GOA

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The international seminar ADE – Airport Design Experience at ENAC

The Ente Nazionale Aviazione Civile (ENAC, National Civil Aviation Authority), as part of the framework agreement with the Università di Firenze – Dipartimento di Architettura, organized the international seminar ADE – Airport Design Experience – Practice and research methods approach dealing with industrial cases: Airports. The seminar is about the latest architectural and systemic airport design trends.

Airport Design Experience seminar, take off!

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On Monday April 18th Airport Design Experience seminar started with the first session at the Rectorate of the University of Florence, with Prof. Richard De Neufville offering a lecture on the state of the art of Airport Terminal Design. The second session, aimed at the Industry was held in Rome on the subsequent day, paralleled by a third session dedicated to the students in the premises of the Department of Architecture of the Università degli Studi di Firenze.

More photos and videos will be added soon!

April 18th  – Università degli Studi di Firenze, Rectorate

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April 19th – Ente Nazionale Aviazione Civile, Rome

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April 20th – Università degli Studi di Firenze, Dipartimento di Architettura

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Airport Design Experience Seminar

Manifesto

The Airport Design Experience (ADE) seminar will be held in Florence and Rome between April and June 2016.

International experts and architects will focus and exchange ideas to provide a state of the art framework of current trends in the architectural and systems airport planning and design.

ADE proposes a full immersion of participants within the leading actors on the international scene in their respective fields, particularly with architects, in a direct dialogue with systems design and management experts.

The thematic focus will be concentrated on issues directly linked to the passenger experience, which is related to the third pillar of sustainability, that is the societal challenge; to the economical-financial aspects which are related to the second pillar of sustainability, the economical challenge; and finally to the environment and energy, which are related to the first pillar, the environmental challenge.

The three aspects are interrelated and, in these three areas, methodologies and tools have been developed to support airport development decisional processes regarding planning, design, operation and decommissioning of airports in accordance with European and international regulations.

 

 

Towards the Future – Student’s concept for London Stansted airport


The terminal concept has been developed in order to increase the airport capacity for passengers, the forecast consist of 25 million per year. The design solution provides to the Airport a new terminal and a new runway. The terminal is connected with a shuttle service to the old one designed by Foster + Partners. The new building is covered by a  wavy roof and a continuous glass facade. Roof’s geometry allows the rainwater collection and the photovoltaic system installation in order to reduce future costs of the airport management.

This concept for Lyon airport has been designed by Eleonora Fei, Beatrice Giammarroni and Stella Giannini  for the Project Design Management Course held by Prof. Maria Antonietta Esposito at the School of Architecture of the University of Florence. During the course the students confront the dimension of operative integrated design. The target is to acquire project management and production skills, with airport design as the field of application for the theoretical base of knowledge given within the lessons. Students are expected to get a grasp of project technological information management processes aimed towards design, following operative instructions and using suitable methodologies and tools.

The Lyon Rampant – Student’s concept for Lyon airport

The terminal concept has been developed in order to increase the airport capacity thanks to the construction of a new building. The adopted solution ensure the ordinary functioning of the airport. The idea is to demolished the T3 and design a bigger building connected to Terminal 1. The structure is made of steel bars sustained by the pillars primary structure. Structural steel contains copper ducts for the rainwater collection. The covering system is composed by curved Photovoltaic panels and high resistance glasses.

This concept for Lyon airport has been designed by Federica Mesoraca, Ambra Maramai and Serena Maggi for the Project Design Management Course held by Prof. Maria Antonietta Esposito at the School of Architecture of the University of Florence. During the course the students confront the dimension of operative integrated design. The target is to acquire project management and production skills, with airport design as the field of application for the theoretical base of knowledge given within the lessons. Students are expected to get a grasp of project technological information management processes aimed towards design, following operative instructions and using suitable methodologies and tools.

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