Archive for the 'Affordable Housing Final Studio 2019' Category

Affordable Housing Studio / Instant Exhibition

Tuesday, January 28th, 2020

 

Professors
Massimo Bricocoli, Gennaro Postiglione, Stefania Sabatinelli. In collaboration with the Research Team “ForDwell-DASTU Dipartimento d’Eccellenza”: Gaia Caramellino, Stefano Guidarini, Fabio Lepratto, Simona Pierini, Roberto Rizzi; and with AIUC School scholars: Barbara Brollo, Antonio Carvalho, Lorenzo Consalez, Elena Fontanella, Francesca Gotti, Marco Jacomella, Massimiliano Nastri, Ingrid Paoletti; in coopertion with Double Degree programme TU Graz prof. Andreas Lichtbau.

Guest Crits
Sonia Calzoni, Calzoni architetti
Giuliana Costa, DAStU, Polimi
Marianna Taborelli, DAR=Casa
Mikel van Gelederen, Zeinstra van Gelderen architects
Francesco Falzetta, Casa Jannacci
Sibil Sträuli, Pini&Sträuli

Presented works [by theme]
Housing Affordability: the framework
Age friendly housing
Housing and Commons
Productive Environments
Re-housing typology


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Affordable Housing Studio / Guest Lecture #04

Saturday, November 23rd, 2019

Politecnico di Milano
Scuola di Architettura Urbanistica e Ingegneria delle costruzioni
Via Ampère 2 – Milano


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Affordable Housing Studio / Guest Lecture #03

Monday, November 4th, 2019

 


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AMa2019 Housing Seminar #03

Friday, November 1st, 2019

15th November 2019 / 10 00 – 13 30
Politecnico di MIlano
Aula Rogers, Via Ampère 2

Lectures by
Hans van Heeswijk architecten (NL)
Mae (UK)
Beta Office (NL)

The seminar is inspired by the increasing number of interesting projects and architectural practices dealing with spatial, typological and technical innovation connected to the regeneration of existing buildings all over Europe toward residential and community spaces. The seminar is interested in crossing different experiences that work on: the regeneration of existing collective housing, the regeneration of peripheral areas and fragile context, the unconventional reuse of the nonresidential, underused or abandoned buildings. All these topics combine many issues: the typological innovation in relation to contemporary practices, the work on the envelope, the layout articulation, the image of the building, the participation of the community, the effects that these projects can produce on urban scale.


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Affordable Housing Studio / Guest Lecture #02

Monday, October 21st, 2019


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Affordable Housing Studio / Guest Lecture #01

Monday, October 21st, 2019


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