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International Summer School 2016

Didattica - Workshop

MUSAA - International Summer School 2016

 

International Summer School 2016

Didattica - Workshop

MusAA
International Summer School
Ancient and Contemporary. Rethinking the Navelli Archelogical Park Mura Rotte

Abruzzo, July 2-31, 2016
In partnership with Università degli studi di L'Aquila

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MusAA Summer School 2016

 

‘Ancient and Contemporary. Rethinking the Navelli Archeological Park Mura Rotte

‘Antico e Contemporaneo. Ripensare il Parco archeologico Mura Rotte di Navelli’

Program Outline and Goals

The main aim of the Summer School is to learn how to design architectural objects within an historical urban context, working by integration and re-functionalization of an historical area.

The program focuses on gaining knowledge of historic architecture’s formal genesis, in its components more structured, in order to understand, interpret and act in the contemporary city. The key concept is the continuity that the organic growth of a place implies: learning from existing condition means to prevent the fragmentation of urban development subjected to individualisms and private interests.

This Summer School aims to provide students by several means of investigations (including the sensory one), the ability to recognize an historic building by multi-level reading in order to re-define an architectural identity and to recognize the potentialities of a place for new life and functions.

The workshop will focus mainly on five specific topics:

  1. History of architecture of the places and the relation between urban settlements and socio-economical milieu;
    1. Free hand drawing and drafting of architecture en plein air, as a very important means to deeply understand the shape of each spatial element;
    2. Photographic survey: documentation and registration of ancient artifacts and comprehension of the relationship between space and time perception;
    3. Landscape and cityscape analysis;
    4. Recognition of the generating idea of an architectural object as a means to understand the whole structure or part of it;
    5. Design proposals and project ideas for the re-use of the Mura Rotte (Broken Walls) urban area;
    6. Summer School follow-up: publication of the design proposals and project ideas.

Timetable

N° day

Location

Activities

Date

Note

1

Navelli

Welcome at MusAA Summer School

Technical briefing about Summer School topics

First approach with the Mura Rotte area (in situ)

Sat_02.07.2016

h. 15-18.45

First session

2

Navelli

Familiarization with the place (in situ)

Sketch and free hand drawing session (in situ)

Lesson

Sun_03.07.2016

h. 9.15-13

h. 14.30-19

Lunch at restaurant

3

L’Aquila

Architectural map data capture

Round table about set of problems

Site analysis

Fri_08.07.2016

h. 15-19

Second session

4

Navelli

Photograph survey and photo documentation (in situ)

Lesson

First Sketches and project ideas

Sat_09.07.2016

h. 9.15-13

h. 14.30-18.45

Lunch at restaurant

5

Navelli

Detailed sketch and free hand drawing session (in situ)

Development of Project ideas

Excursion to Rocca Calascio, the highest medieval castle of Abruzzo

Sun_10.07.2016

h. 9.15-13

h. 14.30-19

Lunch at restaurant

6

L’Aquila

● Round table about set of problems

● Working design session

● Presentation by students of works in progress

Fri_15.07.2016

h. 15-19

Third session

7

Navelli

Development of Project ideas

Lesson

Discussion on architectural achievements

Sat_16.07.2016

h. 9.15-13

h. 14.30-18.45

Lunch at restaurant

8

Navelli

Discussion on ideas and solution

Working session

Video doc.

Sun_17.07.2016

h. 9.15-13

h. 14.30-19

Lunch at restaurant

9

L’Aquila

Round table about set of problems

Critics by instructor

Fri_22.07.2016

h. 15-19

Fourth session

10

Navelli

Development of Project ideas

Lesson

Sat_23.07.2016

h. 9.15-13

h. 14.30-18.45

Lunch at restaurant

11

Navelli

Development of Project ideas

Critics by instructor

Presentation by students of works in progress

Sun_24.07.2016

h. 9.15-13

h. 14.30-19

Lunch at restaurant

12

L’Aquila

Round table about set of problems

Critics by instructor

Fri_29.07.2016

h. 15-19

Fifth session

13

Navelli

Finalizing the project

Sat_30.07.2016

h. 9.15-13

h. 14.30-18.45

Lunch at restaurant

14

Navelli

Final Round table about the work carried out

Final instructions for Summer School follow- up

Sun_31.07.2016

h. 16.15-19

Attendance certificates delivered

 

Workshop convenors

-          Prof. Ing. Romolo Continenza

-          Prof. Arch. Paola Ardizzola

Team

-          Prof. Ing. Romolo Continenza (L’Aquila University, Italy)

-          Prof Arch. Paola Ardizzola (AIU University, Turkey)

-          Ing./Arch. Diana Giallonardo (L’Aquila University, Italy)

-          Ing./Arch. Monia Del Pinto (AIU University, Turkey)

-          Arch. Roberta Carrieri (chief of MusAA, Italy)

-          Gabriele d’Oltremare, (sketch master and interior designer, Turkey)

-          Marco d’Oltremare, artist and scenographer (vice President of MusAA)

Guest lecturer

-          Prof. Franco Fiorillo, artist (L’Aquila Fine Arts Academy, Italy)

-          Arch. Milorad Pavlovic (Phd candidate, IUAV Venice, Italy)

-          Prof. Justyna Borucka, (Gdansk University of Technology, Poland)

-          Dr. Arch. PhD Marcello Borrone (Pescara, Italy)

Organization and post-activities

-          Arch. Melissa Di Giovanni (AIU University, Turkey)

Target group

Students or Graduates with background education in Architecture, Civil Engineering, History of Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture, Urban Studies.

Number of participants

Up to 20.

Timing

From July 2nd to July 31st, 2016

Locations

Abruzzo Region, Italy

  1. Navelli, taverna of a private house
  2. Monteluco di Roio (L’Aquila) classroom, Universita’ degli Studi dell’Aquila

Application deadline

Sunday, 26th June 2016, h. 24.00.

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Certificate of Attendance

Every participant who regularly attends the Summer School will receive a Certificate of Attendance.

MusAA Summer School does not grant graduate credits.

Tools

-          Pencils, color pencils, felt-tip pens

-          Notebook A4, sketchbook A3

-          Measuring tape (10m), plummet

-          Camera, laptop

Important notes

  1. Program participants should be prepared to “walk & explore” during the workshop; make sure you bring the following with you: hat/cup, trekking shoes, backpack, and water bottle.
  2. If you are using any type of medication, please make sure you have them with you.
  3. In the small villages, it is important to approach local citizens with a respectful behavior: at the very beginning, they could be suspicious about what you are doing and because you are foreigners, but usually – once they have understood why you are there – they become very friendly (and will probably offer you at least a good Italian coffee!).

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International Summer School 2014: SIGNS OF AGE

Didattica - Workshop

INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL 2014

Lanciano 20 - 30.07.2014

SIGNS OF AGE

Reading and graphic interpretation of ancient civil palaces

International Summer School 2014

 

International Summer School 2014

Didattica - Workshop

MusAA
International Summer School
Abruzzo, July 20– August 10, 2014
MusAAMuseoArchitetturaArte, Lanciano, Abruzzo, Italy
In collaboration with
The chair of reconstruction and restoration of architectural heritage of
S. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering, Russia

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MusAA Summer School 2014

Program Outline and Goals 

The aim of the program is to gain knowledge of historic architecture’s formal genesis, in its components more structured, in order to understand, interpret and act in the contemporary city. The key concept is the continuity that the organic growth of a place implies: learning from existing condition means to prevent the fragmentation of urban development subjected to individualisms and private interests. 

This Summer School aims to provide students, by several means of investigations (including the sensory), the ability to recognize a historic building by multi-level reading, in order to define both an “architecture’s identity card” and a way “to give a new life” to the spaces. 

The workshop will focus mainly on five specific topics: 

1. History of architecture of the places and the relation between urban settlements and socio-economical milieu

2. Free hand drawing and drafting of architectureen plein air”, as a very important means to understand deeply the template of each architectural object; 

3. Geometric and architectural survey: documentation and registration of the past and comprehension of the relation between space and time perception; 

4. Representation of the generating idea of an architectural object as a means to understand the whole structure or part of it; 

5. Restoration proposal and basic project for re-use of ancient buildings. 

 

Workshop management 

- Dr. Arch. Melissa Di Giovanni, freelance historian 

- Prof. Inna Zayats, State University of S. Petersburg, specialized in Restoration and Preservation of Historical Heritage 

 

Teaching staff 

- Dr. Arch. Melissa Di Giovanni, freelance historian (Italy

- Prof. Inna Zayats, State University of S. Petersburg (Russia) 

- Domenico Maria del Bello, art historian (Italy

- Gabriele d’Oltremare, sketch master and interior designer (Italy

- Dr. Arch. Marco Di Nallo, School of Architecture of Mendrisio (Swiss) 

- Guest lecturers: 

President of MusAA Prof. Paola Ardizzola, Antalya International University (Turkey) 

Prof. Romolo Continenza, University of L’Aquila (Italy

Target group 

Students or Graduates with background education in Architecture, Civil Engineering, History of Architecture, Urban Design and Landscape Architecture, Urban Studies. 

Timing 

From July 20 to August 10, 2014 

Locations 

Abruzzo Region, Italy 

1. District of Chieti: Lanciano, Fossacesia, San Vito Chietino 

2. District of L’Aquila: Castelvecchio Calvisio, Calascio and Rocca Calascio, Bominaco, Santo Stefano di Sessanio 

 

Application 

Final application deadline is 31 May 2014. 

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Workshop Bioarchitettura Rurale

Didattica - Workshop

Il MusAAMuseoArchitetturaArte

in partnership con l’Agriturismo Caniloro

organizza un workshop sul tema

Bioarchitettura Rurale

con specifica attenzione su Le antiche strutture rurali di Lanciano

dal 08 Marzo al 30 Marzo 2014

Musaa - workshop Bioarchitettura Rurale - lu pajare

 

Il Workshop, che si compone di 6 incontri, ha l’obiettivo di riportare in auge la bellezza e l’ingegno di alcune strutture rurali locali come il Pagliaio, il Semenzaio e la Cannicciata.
Un tempo, la realizzazione di queste strutture era il risultato di conoscenze acquisite in secoli di esperienza e tramandate da generazione in generazione in forma esclusivamente orale.
In linea con questa tradizione cercheremo di trasmettere a tutti i partecipanti gli antichi saperi realizzando queste strutture in sito e con i materiali originali locali.

Per adesioni contattare:
Melissa Di Giovanni 3203284849 (MusAA)
Berardino Abbonizio 3293603229, 087250297 (Agriturismo Caniloro)