In Bari, a Central Park that is not rectangular, but three kilometers long, on the railway, to make the city greener and more sustainable. With this project, Massimiliano Fuksas won the international competition “Baricentrale”
If Paris had the sea it would be a small Bari, the saying goes, but now that the Apulian city will also have its “Central Park”, it will also be able to compete with New York. The project by Massimiliano Fuksas, winner of the international ideas competition “Baricentrale”, provides a three-kilometer path for the integration of the bundle of tracks that separates the historical part of the city from the modern one. The project was viewed as part of the exhibition of 10 finalist projects that opens today at the Margherita Theater and should see the light within four years.
Source: TG 24 Sky
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