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AMa2019 Housing Seminar

Friday, May 10th, 2019

21st May 2019
Room B.3.4 
9h15
Building 14 “Nave”
Politecnico di Milano
via Ponzio 31bis


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AMa2019: Mid Term Seminar

Friday, April 26th, 2019


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ReCoDe strategies and results

Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019

In the past three years, a multi-disciplinary group of colleagues at the Politecnico di Milano have been exploring trends in housing and dwelling practices and the need for new kinds of housing, policies and processes in Italy.
The research aims to identify innovative, up-to-date housing solutions (in terms of building types, furnishing, layout, management and promoters) capable of meeting the urgent housing needs created by the profound socio-demographic transformations that have taken place in the West over the last few decades.
Using a  Design driven Research approach, the presentation sets out to answer the following questions. What are the best solutions to solve the mismatch between housing demand and supply in the contemporary city? How can the housing market be made accessible and affordable for vulnerable households? How can the current housing stock be upgraded without causing gentrification? How can the legacy of the Architecture of Interiors fruitfully contribute to the social and urban transformations of the city environment?

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AMa2019 Guest Lectures #02

Saturday, March 16th, 2019

Double Guest Lecture
Ana Vaz Milheiro

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Michela Pace

Tuesday 19/03/2019
14:00 – 16:00
room B.3.4
Politecnico di Milano


AMa2019 Guest Lectures #01

Sunday, March 10th, 2019

Double Guest Lecture
Stefano Guidarini

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Fabio Lepratto

HOUSING REGENERATION IN EU

Tuesday 12/03/2019
10:00 – 12:00
room B.3.4
Politecnico di Milano


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AMa2019-source repository

Saturday, March 2nd, 2019


Envisioning San Siro #2

Here we list the main repositories for AMa2019 assignments

on San Siro
Writings by Mapping San Siro
Articles and publications on San Siro

on Social Housing & Retrofitting
Readings on Retrofitting & Regeneration projects
Readings on Social aspects connected with Housing


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AMa2019 – Kick Off

Monday, February 25th, 2019

The Architecture of Interiors Design Studio [AoI.DS] 2019 is inspired by the ever-increasing number of studies that in Italy and Europe are concerned with the need for an opportunity to intervene on the vast residential property built after WWII and, in particular, on the Social Housing building stock that constitutes for many Countries the most substantial part. This is due the European Energy road map (2012) that has fixed the ambitious goal to cut gas emission by the 85% by 2050, investing large amount of money for retrofitting interventions on public buildings, specially on housing stock.

download presentations
Booklet of the Studio
Opening Lecture by GP
Building Physics presentation by FL
Milano 50s Archi-tour by BB&SS
Zurich Housing tour by BB&SS

download other documents
template folder for deliveries
San Siro drawings
San Siro re-drawings Leporello – AMa2018
San Siro Understanding booklets – AMa2018

 


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AMa 2018 and 2019

Friday, October 19th, 2018


Architecture [quality] Matters 
Envisiong San Siro #1 and #2

The Architecture of Interiors Design Studio 2018 and 2019 have been inspired by the ever-increasing number of studies that in Italy and Europe are concerned with the need for an opportunity to intervene on the vast residential property built after WWII and, in particular, on the Social Housing building stock that constitutes for many Countries the most substantial part. This is due the European Energy road map (2012) that has fixed the ambitious goal to cut gas emission by the 85% by 2050, investing large amount of money for retrofitting interventions on public buildings, specially on housing stock.
We believe this is an opportunity for architects and also a risk for our built and urban environment if we do not take care of it since those intervention might be an incredible tool either for improving building and urban quality or to kill it: Architecture takes [or should take] command!

Browse through the projects booklets from the two AMa editions
AMa 2018 booklets
AMa 2019 booklets

 


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