International Summer School
Abruzzo, July 20– August 10, 2014
MusAA– MuseoArchitetturaArte, 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
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:
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;
- Dr. Arch. Melissa Di Giovanni, freelance historian
- Dr. Arch. Melissa Di Giovanni, freelance historian (Italy)
- Prof. Inna Zayats, State University of S. Petersburg (Russia)
- Domenico Maria del Bello, art historian (Italy)
- Dr. Arch. Marco Di Nallo, School of Architecture of Mendrisio (Swiss)
- Guest lecturers:
From July 20 to August 10, 2014
Final application deadline is 31 May 2014.
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