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AutonomeForme | Marco Scarpinato and Lucia Pierro won the Green Good Design 2016 with Resilient Landscape, a project based on the use of natural processes to reclaim contaminated areas respecting the natural cycle of water on the site, making it an innovative project, and fostering at the same time environmental and social sustainability.

The Green Good Design 2016 award is organized by the European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design. The guidelines of the project, entirely developed in Italy, have been de ned through a participatory process starting from the inhabitants instances. Acknowledged for its technical solutions and its design, the project is now part of the permanent collection of Ευρωπαϊκό κέντρο Athens.

Over a thousand applications from all over the world took part in the selection for this important Prize. Resilient Landscape has been selected as the best European project and one of the best projects in the world, winning the Green Good Design Award 2016 | Urban Planning and Landscape Architecture together with projects for the cities of Boston, Philadelphia, Mexico City, Nanjing and Xingcheng.

This award is an important recognition for the quality of design in the world; in 2014, the prize was awarded to Alessandro Mendini, and, in 2015, to Olafur Eliasson.



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