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rigenerazione territoriale

 

URBAN AND TERRITORIAL REGENERATION - SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT

What does regeneration mean? We can define it as a set of actions aimed at the recovery and redevelopment of a portion of the territory, not only from a purely infrastructural point of view, but also (and above all) social, economic, environmental. The regeneration process takes place through integrated interventions on the different scales designed in order to have the greatest impact using the available resources. Regenerating allows the community to re-appropriate and relive the regenerated spaces again, with evident improvements in the quality of life and in the social, economic and environmental spheres.

The work is carried out according to the protocols applied by the EU of the Project Cycle Management.
 

We assist Local Administrationsin the identification, development and management of urban and territorial regeneration projects, including post-emergency (Recovery).

We help you identify the most effective intervention strategy and fill in the call according to the required protocols.

We neglect the preliminary studies, we collect both quantitative and qualitative data, we organize meetings with the stakeholders, we offer you the necessary tools to be able to objectively evaluate the most effective and adequate intervention options.

We also do it under a Co-Design regime, in line with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and using participatory approaches.

If the project is awarded, we help you organize implementation, launch tenders, coordinate and monitor implementation, report.

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SOCIAL ARCHITECTURE AND CO-HOUSING

We assist Cooperatives, Foundation and Private Investors in identifying. develop and implement projects of social interest, also by helping to find funding.

In particular:

-social housing

- assisted residential care for the elderly and vulnerable groups

- aggregative-recreational spaces

- school building

- sanitary construction

CO-HOUSING

By COHOUSING we mean an intentional community, that is, made up of people who want to live in a way that they themselves can intentionally design.

Often they are people who are linked by a shared vision based on particular values or beliefs (for example with a particular environmental concern or belonging to a specific religious faith). In other cases, what unites them is simply a commonality deriving from their age and family condition (for example young families with children, people with some form of difficulty, or the elderly).

It was born in Denmark at the end of the sixties and differs from coliving by the fact that while in the case of coliving people live in a totally community form, in cohousing instead, although they are open to sharing, they maintain their own independent life.

 

 

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EMERGENCY, RECOVERY AND INTERNATIONAL COOPERATION

We live in an increasingly emergency world where orders as we knew them are no longer taken for granted.

 

This is why we believe that it is essential to rethink a new idea of Cooperation, no longer "vertical", rich countries help poorer ones (often in exchange for something), but a horizontal and synergistic exchange between "equal" realities that sharing experiences and resources can cope with various emergencies and at the same time build a new idea of international relations.

 

 

HopeandSpacehas been among the first Italian organizations to deal with these issues since 2004.

In all this time he has carried out various projects in various parts of the world, many of which in support of children, both on a local and regional scale, collaborating with Local Organizations, Agencies and Governments.

Between these:

Design and Construction of Transitional Shelter Units in Sanchau Slum

Yangon, Myanmar, 2004

Design and Construction of Transitional Shelter Units in Northibua Village Tract

Shan State, Myanmar, 2005

Planning, Design and Construction of Emergency and Transitional Shelter Units  for PostTsunami affected community in several locations

Eastern Coast, Sri Lanka, 2005

Planning, Design and Construction of Emergency and Transitional Shelter Units  for PostTsunami affected community in several locations

Eastern Coast, Sri Lanka, 2006

Design and Construction of Emergency Shelters and Medical Facilities for returnee community in South Sudan, 2007

 

Transitional Housing Schemes and Slums upgrade in marginal areas of Luanda

 

Luanda, Angola, 2011-2014

Development of Innovative Construction System for the Emergencies, with piloting in Azraq Refugee Camp,   2012

Planning, Design and Construction of Temporary Schools and Shelters for flood affected communities in Rakhine State, Rakhine State, Myanmar, 2016

Design and Construction of Shelters for displaced community

Cox Bazaar, Bangladesh, 2017

TodayHS offers its expertise to assist NGOs and Foundations looking for a qualified and reliable partner who can support them for the architectural and habitat component of their projects.

H7 Shelter

H.7Shelteris a high performance building system designed specifically for emergencies and humanitarian responses.

H7   allows quick and easy insertion in the most extreme and inaccessible contexts while ensuring the highest standards in terms of habitability and comfort.

 H7 was designed by humanitarian professionals who fully understand both the challenges organizations face every day in the field and the key features they are looking at.

 For this reason it was conceived not as a fixed product, but as an extremely versatile, flexible, evolutionary and modular operating tool.

  It is the result of many years of research and experimentation in the field   uses consolidated technologies already widely available on the market and tested.

Most importantly, H7Shelter delivers that sense of comfort, belonging and dignity that affected communities so desperately need.

To know moreClick here

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