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The course in Urban Morphology, optional, in English, provides 4 credits and is open to all students, including Erasmus ones.
The purpose of the morphological studies proposed by the course is the knowledge of the characters of the built environment and the recognition of its formation and transformation, having as ultimate goal the architectural design open to multiple esthetic synthesis.
It aims to teach a method of reading the physical form of the city through the understanding of the forming process common to urban fabrics and buildings, The term “reading” not indicates the neutral recording of phenomena, but an awareness which requires the active and dynamic contribution of the reader.
The basic notions of urban organism and forming process will be provided.
CONDUCT OF THE COURSE
The course will consist of:
Students will be evaluated through an oral test. They will choose one of the following forms of exam:
The students will be free to present their individual notebook and all the works they consider useful for evaluation.
BasIc text in online format (in English)
The main chapters translated into English (useful to take the exam) can be found on the teacher’s website (http://www.giuseppestrappa.it/) and are indicated below:
Basic text in paper format (in English)
A good translation in French (online) is: G. Caniggia, G.L. Maffei, Composition architectural et typologie du bati. 1 lecture du bati de base, traduit par p. larochelle, Université Laval, 2000 –http://www.giuseppestrappa.it/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/G.-Caniggia-Lecture-du-b%C3%A2ti-de-base-traduit-par-P.-Larochelle.pdf
LECTURES CONTENT AND ACTIVITIES
Introduction. Meaning and utility of Urban Morphology for the contemporary architecture.
Course organization. Presentation of the program. Student registration.
Territory: notion, forming process and contemporary condition.
Matter Material: notion, transformation process, contemporary condition
Substrata and urban fabric: the physical form of the city: notion, forming process and contemporary condition.
Base building and substratum: base elements of the city: notion, forming process and relationship with urban pre-existence.
Field Survey: on base building topics.
Special building: forming process and contemporary examples.
Architectural knotting: historic notion and transition to modernity. – Classroom work presentation (only for students who intend to deepen the topics of the course with practical exercises – see Exam 1 in the program).
At the roots of architectural composition: the notions of assembly and aggregation in history and in the contemporary condition.
Field Survey on special building topics
Roman modern architecture
Conclusion. Short recap/summary of the course main topics (for the exam) and conclusions. Student opinions and suggestions.
Short pre-examination test (optional)
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DRACO/ SAPIENZA – KAEBUP / ERASMUS PLUS
Innovative teaching and urban form practicing.
Thursday 27 October 2022 – h.10.00 CET
Faculty of Architecture – Sapienza, University of Rome
Aula Magna – Piazza Fontanella Borghese
This meeting, organized by the Draco doctorate of the Sapienza, University of Rome, will present two different and complementary experiments in teaching urban form developed inside the Kaebup European research, aimed at demonstrating the value of these studies in design practice.
The first, the ISSUM summer school held in Rome from 20 to 28 June 2022 in the Ghetto area, is based on the need for theory and method in urban design; the second, the BMW workshop held in Porto from 26 to 29 July, is based, instead, on the practical reasons of the professional practice. Kaebup research (Knowledge Alliance for Evidence-Based Urban Practices) main objective is to create an international educational and training method on urban form studies aimed at the professional activity of architect. Kaebup’s partners comprise HEIs, NGOs and enterprises from different European cities, who have expertise of evidence-based design to benefit from the tools that research can provide to enterprises and from the experience of evidence-based practice.
Greetings from the Kaebup Coordinator Nadia Karalambous
in Urban Morphology)
Learning by teaching Giuseppe Strappa,
Presentation of the results Alessandra Pusceddu Elena Ogliani Rita Salamouni
Learning by doing Laurent Antonczak René Carraz
Presentation of the results Francesca De Rosa
Lamberto Amistadi , Domenico Chizzoniti, Renato Capozzi, Paolo Carlotti , Jörge Gleiter, Silvain Malfroy, Marco Maretto , Spartaco Paris
S. Muratori (con Ing. A. Prandi), progetto di edificio tra Via Pastrengo e Via Cernaia, Roma.
Dicembre 1947 (Archivio della biblioteca Poletti, Modena)
Politecnico di Bari – Dipartimento dICAR
Corso di Laboratorio di Progettazione Urbana II
Prof. Matteo Ieva
arch. Nicola Scardigno, arch. Anna Linnik, arch. Giuseppe Volpe