International Laboratory
of Architecture
& Urban Design

Venice and Its Lagoon Designed for a Lasting Present
February 6, 2021
Venice is not just a city: it is an inhabited lagoon. The coexistence of a coastal ecosystem, its economic environment, social activities and human settlements generated governance, engineering, architectural and planning tools to fit such a peculiar setting. This interview is structured into two main cores, each one addressing a relevant issue with respect to human habitat changes: -Why is regulatory planning strategic within a delicate natural and social ecosystem? -What are the fields of knowledge, skills, and technical features that should feature planning practices in a coastal inhabited environment? To conclude, experimental and innovative examples to address key contemporary challenges of the lagoon are presented

International Laboratory
of Architecture
& Urban Design

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International Laboratory
of Architecture
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Scadenza del bando: 28/02/2021 / 
Premio di studio Etra "Connie" Occhialini. A.A. 2020/2021

Dedicato a: 2 studenti laureandi in Architettura (purché iscritti ad un laboratorio di sintesi finale o equivalente) ed a neolaureati in Architettura presso università italiane, a partire dall’anno accademico 2014/2015, interessati a compiere un viaggio di studio finalizzato  allo svolgimento in loco di un lavoro originale di documentazione e analisi critica di interventi complessi riguardanti la riqualificazione di spazi pubblici esistenti, o la creazione di nuovi di rilevanza urbana, in Italia o in un altro paese europeo, realizzati nell’ultimo decennio o in stato avanzato di realizzazione.

 

Importo: 1500 euro