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Arc - Urb - Cost (Mag.)(ord. 270) - MI (1217) ARCHITETTURA E DISEGNO URBANO - ARCHITECTURE AND URBAN DESIGN
055972 - THEMATIC STUDIO
The Studio which addresses the question of the Architectural Design, on the various scales, in its complexity and multi-disciplinary nature. The studio experience, which integrates the various disciplines that contribute to design education, teaches students, in theory and in practice, to develop and formulate original ideas, including in a research context.
During these studios, students must demonstrate, through an independent formulation of a project, that they are able to develop highly innovative solutions, mastering the entire design procedure and the multiple skills called into play. Indeed, students will be required to develop original solutions to topics that architects are faced with due to increasingly complex problems on the European and international horizon.
Risultati di apprendimento attesi
- acquire knowledge and comprehension skills that provide them with awareness of the experimental work involved in design and express and apply original ideas in this area;
- are capable of developing design solutions coherent with the location and context, even in highly complex urban environments;
- are able to develop highly innovative solutions, mastering the entire design procedure and the multidisciplinary knowledge they have acquired.
Milano Cortina 2027. Strategies and guidelines for post event sustainable living
"2026 Winter Olympics: Milan and Cortina won, the Games assigned to Italy ", La Repubblica, 24.06.2019
“Secret Olympic reports show how ill-fated bid evolved over time”, S. Dippel, CBS News, 19.06.2019
“Demolishing or not demolishing the Meazza stadium: what is the best solution for San Siro?”,Corriere della Sera, 27.03.2019
“Virus, the World Ski Championships in Cortina have been canceled, no races and will not be recovered”, l’Adige.it, 07.03.2020
Italy will host the 2026 Olympics in Milan and Cortina d'Ampezzo, taking the Winter Games to the Alpine country for the second time in 20 years. Italy has already hosted the winter Olympic games in the past, in 2006 in Turin, and in 1956 in the Alpine ski resort of Cortina. The 2026 contest meets the IOC President Thomas Bach's long-stated wish to return to traditional heartlands for winter sports after major construction projects from 2014-2022 in Russia, South Korea, and China.
The bid proposes to hold figure skating, hockey and short-track speedskating in Milan; sliding sports and curling in 1956 host Cortina; and speedskating, biathlon and Nordic sports in Trentino-Alto Adige. Alpine skiing would be divided between Bormio (men) and Cortina (women), and only one venue would need to be built from scratch — an arena in Milan. The opening ceremony would be at the 80,000-seat San Siro in Milan, with the closing at Verona's Arena, a large Roman amphitheater. These are the predictions, but we have learned that these great events can be canceled, postponed or rethought due to pandemic emergencies such as the one we are experiencing with Coronavirus19.
Milano Cortina 2026 Venue Masterplan
The dossier presented provides a Venue Masterplan and strategic alignment Games concept with some promises “perfectly aligned with long-term local development plans”. More specifically. For Milan. 1. Connecting Milano, its metropolitan area and the world, 2. An attractive and inclusive city full of opportunity; 3. A green, liveable, resilient city; 4. One city – 88 districts to call by name; 5. A city that regenerates itself. For Lombardia Region: 1. Policies on mountain areas; 2. Strengthening the role and positioning of the Region in the international scene and enhance its tourism attractiveness; 3. Youth policies, sport and leisure; 4. Sustainable development and environmental protection; 5. Infrastructure, transport and sustainable mobility. For Veneto Region and the city of Cortina: 1. Stimulate growth in the mountain areas to prevent depopulation; 2. Improve services for tourists and citizens; 3. Upgrade and renovate existing world-class sport facilities; 4. Combine sport – nature and culture for citizens and tourists.
The 2026 Winter Olympics will pose challenges from all points of view: with an expected investment of about 1.3 billion euros of expenditure, in addition to another 340 million to invest for infrastructure works and connecting roads, it is essential that a sustainable economic, environmental and social development of the project extends beyond the period of the Games itself (scheduled from 6 to 22 February 2026), offering concrete prospects for growth and well-being of the area in the long term.
The course will investigate and try to answer the following town planning design question: what vision, what tools and strategies, which guidelines do we need to adopt for post event sustainable living in Milano-Cortina 2027?
What legacy of territorial regeneration do we want to be left behind? Will Milan in 2027 still be a city accessible to different income groups? How will the landscape of Milan change? Is it possible to think of environmental compensation? How are sports important to the urban space? More broadly, will Milan be a city with more space for public use or the most private and exclusive? How many and what areas are planned for the Olympic village and the induced demand for housing before and during the games? Is it possible to hypothesize a widespread system of housing reception that enhances the existing housing heritage, regenerates urban suburbs and brings habitability and infrastructure back to depressed mountain small towns? How will the housing system be designed to be converted? What did we learn from the covid19 emergency for the design of the public space? If an increased prestige and national pride will lead to a greater flow of tourists and greater domestic and international investments, how will the rent of land be governed?
The Alps UNESCO heritage are also part of an Italian fragility, such as the depopulation and the tourist development of mountain areas. How can the Olympic Games bring new temporary economies and act as a trigger for a new long term way of living in these territories? Will there be a focus on mountain architecture?
How can the Olympic Games be an opportunity to define methodologies to read and evaluate landscape typologies and features involving historic, perceptive and constructive components? How can the Olympic Games conserve the landscape historic stratification and define new compatible plans and uses, identifying the ways to mitigate alteration impacts, to rehabilitate degraded areas, to enhance natural, historic and cultural values, to improve documentary and educational options and to manage new projects and opportunities?
After natural disasters such as floods and strong storms like VAIA, that destroyed over 42 million trees in Val d'Assa, Val di Fassa, is it possible to hypothesize a new wood supply chain for architecture sports facilities and the winter games housing system? How can the Alps heritage of intangible local traditions be preserved? How can we restore value to landscapes and mountain imagery?What has happened to the legacy of previous Olympic Games in light of the recent global recession? Did the Olympics contribute to changes in city planning priorities, or was it a byproduct of other trends in globalization?
Modalità di valutazione
Students will be judged following the 5 Dublin criteria, adopted by the Politecnico di Milano: 1 knowledge and understanding 2 applying knowledge and understanding 3 making judgments 4 communication skills 5 learning skills
Evaluation mode in detail:
Evaluation report First exercise | “Olympic Games in my country” = 8
Evaluation report Second exercise | Investigation and site visit = 7
Final exam evaluation| town planning project = 12
Oral presentation | project presentation and oral questions on the topics of the lectures (of your choice) = 3
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