Bagnoli Cultural Center

Eleonora joins us for her second submission to the Portfolio Challenge and this time around she is showing us a design she created to provide a revamp of an old industrial park to make way for a cultural center.

Eleonora Colacurcio joins us for her second time in the Architect-US Portfolio Challenge, she is currently a part of the Architect-US Job+J1 Visa Program. For her first submission she provided a design of a Primary School called Pietro Santini. This time around she is focusing on a cultural center with her project called Bagnoli Cultural Center.

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The goal of the project was to take an old steel mill to revamp the area and make it a cultural center for Bagnoli. As you can see below, she provides a breakdown of all of the different sections that would be changed to provide flexible spaces for the community. Through her Fellowship at the University of Naples ” Federico II”, she was included in a team composed of 2 architects and 3 structural engineers, and she has won honors in many facets of her academic life.
Eleonora designs spaces for a museum, book club, restaurant, library, auditorium, and book shop. By doing so, she provides a balanced design for creation of funding through stores and restaurants, as well as non-profit areas that allow for collaboration such as book clubs and libraries.

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Images by Eleonora Colacurcio

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