|Thessaloniki 1919, restructuring of the old urban form in Thessaloniki, after the great fire. The new plan gave the city a classical layout (axial formal geometry, diagonal streets, and monuments as focal points), a hierarchical street network, and a civic centre with the public buildings and two squares on the new Aristotelous axis. .|
|Superposition of a new pedestrianised structural system reconciliating the urban facade with the city factory between sea and city.|
urban scene dissect the axis into a structurised city system reactivating
the city center as an important attractor radiating to the other part
of the city. Temporary event replace the traditionnal structure of public
institutions to establish centrality.
The increasing of the surface of the axis itself, folding space to combine new programs with the particularity of the urban ventile.