Anca Ioana Crețu, Lucian Stefan Calugarescu
Sevgin Sasari – Turcia
Moritz Kremer – Germania
Anam Kaleem – India
Elia Castino – Italia
Vlerim Sojeva – Kosovo
Amir Zejnullahu – Kosovo
Diadona Blabjani – Kosovo
Filiza Kastrati – Kosovo
The tumult of activities and daily routine increasingly keeps apart urban residents from
nature. Since 2000, James Wines introduces in his book, Green Architecture, the concept of eco-psychology.
Eco-psychology, as an area of science, is based on the idea of helping people realize the
seriousness of alienation from the natural environment and guide them to find their own ways to
reconnect with it, rather than to use introspection as a method of retrieval. Psychologist Theodore
Rosyak appeal to the environmental movement in favor of introducing in its manifesto the concept of
psychological impact of human removal from nature, which can lead from mental disorder to social
dysfunction. His intention is supported by Freud's statement, that the human mind can never be
separated from the broader system of environmental forces.
Time had outlined a kind of limit between the urban residents of the built environment and
those of urban natural environment that can be covered under the diffuse limits category – limits
poorly marked in physical terms, which allow partial overlapping of the defined entities, assuming
there is space for interaction, it is difficult to draw a clear demarcation. This limit introduces a degree
Opportunity of the project
We eavesdrop under the railway bridge and offer passers reason to lie and listen to live
concert of birds that make noise under the bridge. It is restricted passage under the bridge, passers-by
only available option is to cross it, besides the railway. Once on the other side, the alley leads
naturally on the waterfront without proper position to enjoy the atmosphere under the bridge.
Enhancing the role of nature in urban life begins with the understanding and awareness of it,
followed by protecting and increasing its value. The project seeks the natural environment and its
potentiation by targeting effort to the importance of wildlife – natural life – in the city.
We all hear in the forest park the powerful sound of its "citizens". Their noise can become for
us a well-deserved opportunity to relax. In contrast with what nature gives us, the city turbulence is a
blatant aggression on all creatures, not just humans. In most cases, we do not offer anything back to
mother nature, just outline new places – we redesigned valleys, forests, waters, we adapt and
transform them for our own purposes, without taking advantage of their true power in the city – the
communion between man and nature. The impact of our activities on nature becomes more and more
harmful, so visible in the urban texture as a result of fulfilling primary functions. Our daily impact on
"nature" creates ambiguity, dislocations or powerful carvings, all over again.
Such areas become transitional tissue of the urban texture that meet this one "primary
function" and there have began to appear increasingly more in Bucharest. Meanwhile, in Herăstrău
Park, under the bridge CFR, the nautre did not stand still.