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Euthalia / Urban gardening unit

Euthalia
Euthalia

Euthalia. The name translated from the greek word "blooming flower" indicates semantically the
rebirth of a disadvantaged area around a core, which drives the reappropriation of urban space by the citizens.
The design was born inside the project
“100 Virtuous Cities”, studied from the
INDACO department of “Politecnico di
Milano” for the refunctionalisation of residual
areas. The system was aimed to realize
a garden urban unit.
It was designed to create temporary spaces
for gardening communities in metropolitan
areas, for the distribution of their products
or just to hold decorative plants and flowers.

University

Politecnico di Milano

Politecnico di Milano
Milano, Italy

Design

Pollesel, Giacomo

Pollesel, Giacomo
Gaggiano (MI), Italy