12.07.2019

Learning from Rome: Urban Resilience

Architettura, Summer Schools, Roma

H17:30
Entrance: Via Liguria 20

Information

Programme

Dates
12.07.2019
Location
Roma
Category
Architettura, Summer Schools
Information

H17:30
Entrance: Via Liguria 20

On the occasion of the Summer School “Learning from Rome”—A project by Campus Muttenz – Fachhochschule Nordwestschweiz (FHNW)—international students have engaged with an urban ensemble in the Flaminio quarter. An intense week of field work and analysis led to an interpretation of the ICP Flaminio II complex. Following the interesting findings of the students about this concrete case study the panel discussion will open up to the topics of urban density and resilience on a general level.

Panel discussion with:

Paola Guarini, Architect and researcher at Department of Architecture, Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy

Victoria Easton, Associate Christ & Gantenbein, Basel and researcher ETH, Zurich, Switzerland

Luca Reale, Assistant Professor at Department of Architecture, Sapienza Università di Roma, Italy

Harald R. Stühlinger, Professor for the History of Architecture and Urban Design, FHNW Muttenz, Switzerland