CORE URBAN REGIONAL AND LANDSCAPE PLANNING STUDIO
Learning outcomes of the course unit
The Core Urban, Regional and Landscape Planning Studio aims to provide the student learning of advanced knowledge about the main methods of urban and regional planning and the acquisition of technical knowledge for setting up of urban plans.
The student must develop the ability to critically evaluate purposes and methods of urban planning, and to identify the most appropriate planning solutions to solve urban problems in a given local context.
The Core Studio aims to broaden the skills already acquired in the Urban Planning and Design Studio of the first year of the Master of Science in Architecture, addressing experimental planning techniques, with particular attention to environmental sustainability and regeneration of the existing city.
At the end of the Core Studio the student should have acquired an adequate command of the language with regard to the topics covered, as well as a good ability of critical evaluations of argument expressed in reference to the texts and plans covered in class.
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 Core Urban, Regional and Landscape Planning Studio consists of the following modules:
Progettazione urbanistica III;
Storia della città;
Strade e trasporti;
See the corresponding entry of the modules of the Core Urban, Regional and Landscape Planning Studio.
See the corresponding entry of the modules of Core Urban, Regional and Landscape Planning Studio.
Lectures, case study analysis, seminars and review of students' planning applications and collective discussion of the results.
Assessment methods and criteria
The examination of the Core Studio takes place by obtaining a suitability that will be graded pass/fail.
This suitability is obtained through the discussion of a technical-scientific report aimed at the preparation of the degree thesis, of at least 50 pages (about 150,000 characters, with possible graphic elaborations), concerning a theme agreed with the teachers of the Core Studio.
The report, whose title must be identified by the end of the first semester, must contain the index, the objectives, the methodological schemes and a first summary of the research contents, as well as the bibliography consulted and suggested.