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Take Project, Mulberry Development, Take Hotel
arh. Vlad Gaivoronschi, arh. Ioan Andreescu, arh. Adina Szitar, arh. Dan Munteanu, arh. Adrian Untaru, arh. Rodica Dina, arh. Cristina Lupu, arh. Mihai Danciu, arh. Bogdan Zaha, arh. Catalin Gavrilescu, arh. Ovidiu Micsa, arh. Simina Cuc
- Eugen Panescu - consultanta urbanism - Lavinia Popa - consultanta urbanism - Paul Buchert - consultanta urbanism - Alexandru Malaescu - consultanta urbanism - Iulia Fratila - consultanta urbanism - Victor Rill - proiectare drumuri - Eduard Petzek - proiectare structura poduri - Christian Lannert - proiectare structura rezistenta - Adrian Smadu - proiectare instalatii - Catalin Jescu - proiectare instalatii sanitare, termice, HVAC - Emilian Zmeu - proiectare instalatii electrice - Alexandru Ciobota - landscape design - Alina Floca - landscape design - Marius Birsete - project management - Paul Pufu - project management - Anamaria Giurgiu - project management
Beginning with the nineteenth century and until 2016, the site situated in the East side of the city, between the main boulevard entering the city centre from East and the Bega Channel, a site of 5,6 ha hosted a large textile factory called ILSA – The Wool Industry. After 1989 the factory stopped its activity and the site was the subject of several urban strategies. Starting with the sixties, in all general urban strategies of the city, this area was charged with a vital segment of the second ring of the city and a bridge over the Bega Channel. In 2016 the demolition of the industrial buildings, which started after 2000, was completed and a new development, called ISHO, started. In 2017 the masterplan (PUZ) was approved and was followed by permit approvals for the second ring segment and for several of the buildings envisaged in the masterplan.
The ambition of the urban regeneration is to develop a coherent and attractive urban athmosphere, a mixed use of work, leisure, residential and hospitality (a four-five stars hotel), upgrading also the city’s infrastructure and integrating itself in the general urban strategy. There are expected to be build cca 60.000. sqm. to rent in A Class offices, 1200 apartments, social and sport facilities, 160 rooms, a ball-room and restaurant in the Radisson Blu hotel, underground parking and technical facilities, commerce and services at the ground-floors of the residential buildings, a public plazza and a green square.
ISHO is a complex mix of functions, a hub of multiple connections which will accommodate:
- a segment of the second ring of the city together with a new strategic bridge over Bega.
- a second pedestrian bridge which will continue an important pedestrian road connecting ISHO with another historic district in the east of the city with a powerful NW-SE visual direction, oriented towards the massive Millennium Church, a landmark in one of the historic plazzas of the old Fabric district;
- ample exposure to the riverfront;
- an eastern-western connection, through an old tramway remise (to be converted into a Transport Museum and Cultural Centre)
The management of the complex knot of fluxes, connections, thoroughfares, viewing directions and panoramas influenced the planning strategy, the architectural design, the inner landscaping. The main strategy was to divide the site into three east-west strips – along the boulevard, along the riverbank and in-between along the future eastern connection. The northern strip will contain massive and iconic buildings (offices, hotel, high-rise apartment buildings), consistent with enhancing the boulevard image as a thoroughfare. The southern edge will contain several U-shaped apartment buildings, offering multiple views to the riverbank and the traditional districts across the river, and a high-rise, offering an iconic tower. The middle strip contains an inner plaza, defined by the S shaped office building and a green square between the northern and southern rows of buildings. The design of the public spaces with a unique parametric landscaped pattern varies from mineral to green, from public plazza or green square to semi-private inner atriums of the U-shaped buildings. The East-West strips are crossed by various transversal vectors, either transit fluxes or visual directions.
ISHO will be “an architecture collection” because of the variety of architectural languages which were put together in a complex “melting pot”. The role of the landscape pattern of the public space is to unify these different styles.
Each one of the buildings plays an important role in the ensemble:
- The hotel will be an important icon on the boulevard, with its neo expressionist architecture;
- The offices are defined by a rhythmic pattern and are an urban gate for viewing the neogothic cathedral and for pedestrians passing through; a four hundred sqm. socio-cultural facility animates the public space of the urban plaza;
- The “D” residential building will be the icon on the boulevard coming from east direction; with its double height compared to all buildings nearby it will be “the sign” of the boulevard – 20 floors, over 60 m high;
- The “A” residential building hosting 140 apartments, a gym, offices and services is the most important icon to the Bega Channel with 20 floors; with its complex variety of 30 apartment types and mix of facilities, it offers a real social potential for the community;
- The “U1“ and “U2” residential buildings define a porous and rhythmical river-front to the Bega Channel and are hosting together 220 apartments with a variety of over 35 apartment types each. Their U shape determines the hierarchy of spaces, from public, semi-public to the private open-green courtyards and offer also strong places for each community.
The ISHO project is regenerating a brownfield land situated in an intermediate area, developing an ”urban landscape” perspective, managing to attribute to the interventions a connecting role between the existing landmarks and poles; an important role was given to the ”modelling” of the volumes in order to open vistas and visual cones, as well as to the choice of forms and textures in order to ”stitch” the existing fabric and to offer a new reading of the city. It acts as a big scale connector, between the boulevard and the river bank, between North and South, between its inner strip and the future cultural infrastructure to the East. It offers both transparency and intimacy, and visually integrates – via panoramas and visual axes – the historic southern front on the riverbank and the Millennium Church in the core of the Fabric district.
ISHO will upgrade eastern Timişoara and its “Bega Boulevard“ surroundings, offering potential for the city for 2021 – the year when Timisoara will be European Capital of Culture – and after.