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Situated in a future densely built urban area, the new park will represent a natural enclave that will have an important role in the general ecological strategy of the city. To achieve a sustainable urban park, the project proposes to express the components of sustainability (ecological, social, cultural, and economic) in the general organization of the park, starting from its articulation of the ecological system of the city and the area, the impact it will have on the urban comfort of resident and visitor users, and ease of commissioning and realization.

The ecological component is expressed through the way in which the park functions as an element that is part of the green system of the area with its ecological corridors that develop and are foreshadowed in the area. Also, the vegetation components that make up the future ecosystem are adapted to the climate of the region and the microclimate of the area. From this point of view, the solution proposes a natural landscape approach, self-sustainable, regenerative, with a minimum of maintenance and human elements.

The social component is highlighted by the park’s characteristic of offering meeting places and social coagulation, providing frameworks that can constitute the background for the social interaction of both immediate neighbors and visitors. These places vary from small scale (spending solitary leisure time, with family, small groups of friends) to medium scale (events of various sizes, educational trips, etc.).

The cultural component is expressed by evoking the Dobrogean landscape (the Dobrogean meadow, specific vegetation) as well as by highlighting the historical vestiges that will be revealed with the implementation of the project. In the archaeological protection areas, the interventions will be carried out under preventive archaeological supervision, the proposed arrangements being flexible and adaptable according to the results of the archaeological research.

The economic component is pursued through the way of managing the park, which starts from the selection of specific vegetation and an economically balanced way of implementation. It considers the costs both for the realization of the project and the subsequent ones during use by choosing a low maintenance strategy. The strategy was to have a balance between the resources invested and the capacity of the proposed new facilities and functions to generate quality public spaces that respond to the interests and needs of the community.

The future park, through its natural and anthropic organization and structure, aims to be a component of the city’s ecological system, a flexible and adaptable component to the challenges of the future.


Studio 82 SRL
arch. Octav Silviu Olănescu
arch. Andrada Pinte 
arch. Petrică Maier-Drăgan

Vlad Sebastian Rusu BIA
arch. Vlad Sebastian Rusu
arch. Andra Vlădoiu


landscape arch. Alexandru Mexi
stud. arch. Larisa Laura Latiș
stud. arch. Alex Gabriel Bolasz