Learning outcomes of the course unit
See the corresponding entry of the Core Urban, Regional and Landscape Planning Studio.
It is recommended that you have given the exam of the Urban Planning and Design Studio of the first year of the Master of Science in Architecture
Course contents summary
The Module in Regional Planning in Core Urban, Regional and Landscape Planning Studio, focuses attention on the role of urban and regional planning in the regeneration of the existing city.
The main topics are as follows:
current theories of urban and regional planning in times of crisis;
importance and relevance of the interdisciplinary contributions of specialized subjects, notably economics and ecology;
urban quality standards and ecological and environmental facilities;
criteria for the regeneration of the existing city in the contemporary outskirts.
Cassatella C. e Gambino G. (a cura di), Il territorio: conoscenza e rappresentazione, CELID, Torino, 2012.
Gaeta L., Janin Rivolin U., Mazza L., Governo del territorio e pianificazione spaziale, CittàStudi, Milano, 2013.
Talia Michele (a cura di), Riconoscere e riprogettare la città contemporanea, Franco Angeli, Milano, 2013.
Topics covered in this Module are developed by:
summary of the main lessons on theoretical content of urban and regional planning;
seminars related to the discussion of specific bibliographic contributions and planning tools, considered as an example;
seminars with external lecturers from academia or the professions;
coordination and review of students' planning applications and collective discussion of the results.
Assessment methods and criteria
The assessment of the activities in the Module are carried out according to the criteria established in the overall assessment of the Core Urban, Regional and Landscape Planning Studio.
Partial audits may be conducted by the evaluation of exercises on reading literature and exercises of interpretation of the relevant cases of urban planning and design presented in class.