The Municipality of Grottaglie, in the framework of the Interreg F.A.M.E. Road Project (Food Art Movement Energy – the ROAD to Country Experience) will organize on 19th March 2020 (13.00 – 17.00 Italian time) the online event “URBAN RIGENERATION – F.A.M.E. ROAD HUB“.
The event, co-organized with the Order of Architects and the Order of Engineers of Taranto, will aim to create a moment of confrontation between professionals on the restoration and recovery project for the “Ex Convento dei Cappuccini” of Grottaglie.
The ex-convent of Grottaglie, together with the Ex-convent of Santa Sofia for the Municipality of Gravina, represent two (of the three) HUBs that will be developed within the Interreg F.A.M.E. Road project. The creation of these HUBs, of particular historical and cultural value, is one of the main objectives of this European project, financed by the Interreg V-A Greece-Italy 2014-20 Programme, and it represents the achievement of a close collaboration between economy, environment and cultural processes for the narration of the territorial identity of the Italian Partners.
The event will be opened by the mayor of Grottaglie Ciro D’Alò, arch. Massimo Prontera, president of the Order of Architects of the Province of Taranto, engr. Giovanni Patronelli, president of the Order of Engineers of the Province of Taranto and Prof. Giovanni Gadaleta, JS coordinator of the Greece-Italy V/A programme.
This will be followed by technical presentations from arch. Giovanni Blasi, town planning councillor of the Municipality of Grottaglie, engr. Adele Celino, manager of the Technical Sectors of the Municipality of Grottaglie, arch.s Adriano Colleoni and Pierluigi Talarico, designers of the F.A.M.E. ROAD HUB, arch. Loredana Modugno, designer of the Pums of Grottaglie, engr. Angelo Micolucci, environmental engineer and PhD in territorial planning, prof. arch. Calogero Montalbano, professor of urban design at the Polytechnic of Bari and engr. Angelamaria Abrescia, of Naps Lab, technical assistance of the Municipality of Grottaglie.
During the event, the details of the urban regeneration project will be illustrated: from multi-sectoral planning, interventions, restoration, infrastructure and renewable energy use, to urban design and the implementation of European funds for the regeneration and recovery of the historical and landscape heritage.
The initiative awards 3 training credits for engineers and 4 training credits for architects.
The access to the Zoom page will be subordinated to the registration of the event through the following link: https://tinyurl.com/ybmswzzj
Here the Agenda for the event: https://tinyurl.com/y8vrtj2w