MI (1368) - PROGETTAZIONE ARCHITETTONICA, URBANA E DEGLI INTERNI / ARCHITECTURAL, URBAN AND INTERIOR DESIGN
055086 - TERRITORIAL FRAGILITIES DESIGN WORKSHOP
Programma dettagliato e risultati di apprendimento attesi
TERRITORIAL FRAGILITIES DESIGN WORKSHOP
Detailed schedule and expected learning outcomes
The Terrirori Fragili PhD seminar aims to offer Ph.D students the opportunity to develop a methodological capacity of the project in contexts characterized by fragilities of different types. Starting from a critical -reading, derived from the multidisciplinary and multi-scale maps resulting from a work to be done in common with the other DAStU doctorates, the aim is to achieve the goal of determining theoretical and operational tools to develop a research on the role of the architecture project in areas where the technical or engineering component prevails over spatial and formal issues.
The seminar is developed as part of an initiative involving the three doctorates of DAStU Department: Architectural, Urban and Interior Design; Conservation of Architectural Assets; Urban Planning, Design and Policy; and it’s part of a series of activities of the Department of Excellence on Territorial Fragility.
In this context, the proposed WS want to study as an application theme, one of the pilot cities identified by the Department “Casa Italia”, established at the Presidency of the Council of Ministers. Department that the Government created to promote the country's security in the event of natural hazards.
The architecture project can, and must, intercept the different scales and elements under observation: buildings, open spaces and infrastructures, as a system and not as disjointed elements. In this organism, all the components that make the materials of the project affect spatial modifications, morphologic, typological. all this components prevail in the actions of preventive safety of existing building estate.
In agreement with the other involved PhDs, the city of Sulmona has been chosen as case study due to her convergence with the WS proposed objectives: the city of Sulmona, indeed, is a historic city that has an interesting monumental historical heritage. This city is located near the 2009 L’Aquila Cratere, adjacent to the territorial structure of the Subequana Valley SNAI, in a landscape of interesting environmental and cultural historical value.
The TERRITORIAL FRAGILITIES DESIGN WORKSHOP, then, will be developed by fostering a multidisciplinary and multiscale approach with a synergistic comparison among the PhD students of the three courses, with the aim of developing a methodological project that study the architecture design about buildings, public spaces and infrastructure, interacting on different levels with both the objectives of the Casa Italia program, and the strategies developed for the different disciplines.
Note Sulla Modalità di valutazione
The workshop consists of hours of lecture, and project activity. A review is planned after the first phase of the WS in which the Product Preparatory Dossier will be discussed. The final evaluation will be carried out through discussion of the projects at a final seminar to be held in Milan, which will be attended by members of the Faculty Board, the Group of Experts and the coordinators of the other involved PhDs.
Intervallo di svolgimento dell'attività didattica
Calendario testuale dell'attività didattica
The activities are agreed with the other PhDs in accordance with the credits grant.
The workshop will take place in three phases, the first will be held in February/March 2020, will be dedicated to the study of materials, the consultation of thematic and multi-scale maps, the acquisition of information. In the first phase, which is going to take place at the Polytechnic of Milan, the PhD students will be involved in a series of seminars by experts on the subject with the aim of:
- to study the historical and architectural evolution of the city of Sulmona in relation to the building, public and urban space heritage of the last 70 years
- - identify the buildings of urban and territorial centrality (in collaboration with the University of Chieti-Pescara and with the territorial authorities and the offices in charge in the area);
- identify adequate methodologies and techniques for the safety of modern and contemporary heritage in terms of seismic adaptation and improvement with the support of specific seminars in the area of engineering and urban vulnerability (external contributions).
The goal of this phase is to define a method of analysis that will create a framework of actions to identify priorities for action to ensure safety, both in relation to buildings and the public space and infrastructure to implement strategies for architectural, urban and territorial regeneration.
After this first phase, PAUI PhDs will have to produce a short preliminary report, the contents of which will be discussed.
The second phase will be held in June 2020 and will be a residential seminar in the city of Sulmona, managed and organized jointly among the three PhDs involved, during which the PhD students will be able to carry out surveys, activate specific meetings with public and private actors, local users and stakeholders.
- The objective of this phase is to define a methodology of design intervention on some buildings discussed and selected with local actors, with particular attention to the building identified with the program of "Casa Italia" and the public spaces useful to build the “Struttura Urbana Minima”, (SUM).
The third phase that will take place at the Polytechnic will see the students applied to the final return of the project or projects with a document articulated in texts and project images that contains a series of insights on specific themes or aspects of the project. This phase must be completed by July 2020.
Finally, each PhD student will have to produce a final report in which the personal contribution is highlighted from the collective document. This document will be presented by September/October 2020.
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