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Fluxible Landscapes

This edition of Changing Landscapes workshop sampled five case studies around the city of Volos, 300 km north of Athens, posing distinct landscape questions.

Right behind Goritsa hill, lies an abandoned quarry that fed for decades the core local economy, a monumental cement factory.

Its immense scale and proximity to the city were seeb both as problems and as opportunities.

Time is used as a filter –first setting up a healthier habitat that can be safely inhabited, and then increasing the recreational and economic opportunities within the park– to build a system that can be in flux and flexible to meet the needs of future communities.

Tutors

Monica Bertolino, Bernardo d’Orey Manoel

Team

Karen Lutsky, Annie Clark, Sonja Weber, Luca Pitasi and Anastasja Kyriopoulou.

Year

2011