Memorial Garden Planted On The Surface Of Cruise Ship Wreckage

Memorial Garden Planted On The Surface Of Cruise Ship Wreckage

Architects have designed alternative proposals for the site where the Costa Concordia capsized last year.

Emma Hutchings
  • 21 december 2012

After the Costa Concordia struck a rock and grounded on Giglio Island, off the western coast of Italy earlier this year, the cruise ship has remained in the same position. The wreckage is awaiting an expensive salvage operation, but research platform ICSplat called for alternative proposals for the site in the ‘New Concordia Island Contest’. Alexander Laing and Francesco Matteo Belfiore, graduates from the Architectural Association, were awarded first place for their conceptual design to turn the ship into a memorial garden.

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