From the management of the project, to the evidence of the results: the Olympic Village of Turin 2006

Daniela Bosia, Lorenzo Savio

Abstract


From 10 to 26 February 2006 Turin hosted the XX Olympic Winter Games. The building process of all the necessary infrastructure has been characterized, since the design phase, by exceptional measures for quality control and for environmental protection. The settlement of the "Olympic District" in Turin, in the Lingotto area has represented, since the beginning, an opportunity for the re-develop of an historical urban area. Ten years after the event, the Olympic Village area is in a state of strong urban decay, at the building and the social level. The re-conversion had a negative result. The contribution identifies the critical points that brought the project so far away from the original aims, despite the innovative methods of control and management of the process.


Keywords


building process; urban regeneration; urban decay; building degradation; Olympic projects

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Techne-19345



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