Costa Concordia Architecture Competition Rethinks Disaster to Create a New Seaside Park in Italy ~Inhabitat
The disastrous wreck of the Costa Concordia off the Italian coast was a tragedy that resulted in 32 deaths and still the ship sits in ruins on the reef off Island of Giglio. A new international ideas competition aimed at rethinking the disaster of the wrecked cruise ship recently announced its winners. The proposals seek to rethink the shipwreck and build a new memory and tribute. Four ideas ranging from an artificial reef to public spaces and parks envision new possibilities that transform the disaster into a memorial. Read more.