LANDING EVERYWHERE ModeratorsMichele
Brunello, Matteo Ghidoni, Andrea Petrecca Assistants Vladimir Kusmin, Vlad Savinkin with Stefano Baseggio, Ekaterina Golovatiuk,
Fernando Lua Silva, Katarzyna Teodorczuk
Students Svetlana Aksionova (Tiumen), Sergei
Golubev (Tiumen), Evgeny Zhabreev (Tiumen), Anton Rakov (Samara), Alexander
Alexandrov (Samara), Maria Gulieva (Moscow), Anton Kochurkin (Moscow),
Alexandra Vasilieva (Khabarovsk), Artem Gorkovenko (Khabarovsk), Natalia
Sukhova (St. Petersburg)
Lecture Stefano Boeri
IMPLICATIONS AND COMPLICATIONS IN THE DILATATIONS OF AIR-SPACE.
The workshop questioned different aspects and dimension of air transfert
through the observation of space-time discontinuity. A particular attention
was paid to the topic of “temporary domesticity” experienced
during the trip. The participants were not asked to design buildings
but to identify and elaborate some problems that one faces when moving
fast from a place to another.
Everybody, after having chosen and illustrated one of the specific conditions
affecting the trip, produced a series of conceptual models that precised
the sphere of experimentation.
The participants’ trip from Russia to Venezia was the main source
of datas and materials. The trip was documented by the participants themselves.
The program of the week was not planned on a series of pre-ordered steps
but implemented on the base of the outcomes of each phase. The final result
was consequently varying in range from the definition of micro-devices
to complex territorial planning.
This project solves transport problem arising due to a country’s extreme
size. Located under aerodromes, town-fields will have no need of any other communications.
The town will develop downwards, while its even upper surface will become its
This is an air-highway which will be travelled by a large airplane. The latter
will be able to link up with other smaller craft in the air. The large airplane
(mother ship) will serve as a flying airport. New infrastructure will be built
on the ground along its route.