ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE
Learning outcomes of the course unit
Awareness of the dialectical relationship between man and nature, settlement and territory. Perceptive understanding of the dynamics linking architecture and landscape. Ability to design an urban open space.
Course contents summary
Landscape as "the semantic image of the territory", as a mirror of human actions in a given environment. The reading and understanding of the anthropic landscape, as the foundation of a conscious design strategy is the main theme of the learning experience.
In addition to those indicated in the Studio: WAN 2015. Barcelona, Sant Adrià de Besos Waterfront Regeneration Project; WAM 2013.Helsinki South Harbour Regeneration Project, 2015; M. Maretto, Teaching Urban Morphology in a Sustainable Perspective, 2018; M.Maretto, Saverio Muratori. A Legacy in Urban design, 2015; M.Maretto, London Squares. A Study in Landscape, 2018; M.Maretto, From urban nodalities to urban fringe belts.The case-study of Krakow, 2018; M. Maretto, Muratorian urban morphology: the walled city of Ahmedabad 2016; M. Maretto, Il paesaggio delle differenze. Architettura, città e territorio nella nuova era globale, 2008;
Further references are given with respect to the targeted specific issues addressed.
ADDITIONAL LEARNING MATERIAL
Lectures complemented by the work in the Studio.
In-the-field International Workshop.
Assessment methods and criteria
Exposure of the project carried out during the academic year. The evaluation of the student is made considering both the final result of the design experience and his application in the different phases of the project. The evaluation is sufficient if the student demonstrates an acquired ability to address the issue, in terms of approach but also in terms of graphic representation and oral presentation.
In addition to the final verification procedures some mid-term reviewes are provided during the year.