As the most complex part of the City Harbor – its east coast – is currently in an unsustainable condition, the concept of TELEGRIN 22 TELEGREEN offers a solution which strikes a compromise with which the city of Split would solve its most critical problems (traffic, insufficient parking space, transit of vehicles and tourists, quality of living, employment) in a sustainable and non-invasive, way.
The name Telegreen signifies a sort of reflection of Marjan and its peak, Telegrin, across an axis through the heart of the city harbor and to the east coast. The project offers a universal solution, or principle, which resolves the problems of traffic, parking, and the constant lack of greenery in a thoroughly simple and sustainable manner. It meets all the city’s needs without any megalomaniacal or aggressive undertakings in the area.
The “Split Field”, lost through urbanization, is brought back this way, as the top level is always “green.” The urban design of the east coast is a key link in the revitalization of the broader picture of the city
The theater had its multifunctional purpose even in the classical period. it was a place where the arts and politics, the spiritual and the worldly met. Similarly, the amphitheater in Split becomes a meeting place for people, a venue for important events, a polyvalent space for all occasions.
The word amphitheater comes from Greek (amphi – on both sides, double, theatron – place for viewing) and signifies a structure with a full circle layout with seating tiers surrounding the arena.
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