During 2010 the Danish ADEPT Architects and Lia Ghilardi prequalified and won stage two of the Køge Kyst parallel competition. This large culture-led development was one of the biggest projects of its kind in Denmark. Our team won the cultural strategy section of the competition by proposing innovative permanent and temporary activities in the plans for a new harbour. The Køge Cultural Plan is based on the urban and cultural DNA mapping work on this area done by Lia Ghilardi and Noema’s intern Isabel Gil Gomez. Such mapping made use of brainstorming techniques, perceptual maps, mind maps and ‘what if’ scenarios.
In 2011 Adept and Lia Ghilardi were involved in another competition in the historic town of Fredericia in Denmark. Here special techniques of mapping and brainstorming were used to inform the proposals for the masterplan, which features the improvement of a number of public spaces, in order to raise the profile of the local cultural offer, create niche retail and design new community (digital) hubs.
- Culture Makes Liveable Places
- Proactive Reuse of Old Buildings (Italy)
- Revitalising Heritage Sites: Lavis (Italy)
- A Cultural Plan for Floda (Sweden)