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DAL CASTRUM AL CLUSTER: LE MAPPE DELLA FORMAZIONE NELLE PIEGHE DELLA METROPOLI

year
2008
program
SELF-EDUCATION WORKSHOP ON UNIVERSITY AND METROPOLIS AT ROMA TRE ARCHITECTURE FACULTY.
by
gruppo LABÒ:
SIMONE CAPRA, VIOLA MORDENTI, MASSIMILIANO CASERTA, ELENA BAROGLIO, ANTONIO LUPO, ENRICA SIRACUSA, FRANCESCO COLANGELI, DARIO SCARAVELLI E CLAUDIO MALASPINA.
contributions
CHRISTIAN MARAZZI, Supsi - DAVID FANFANI, Università di Firenze - BRETT NEILSON, University of Western Sydney - GIGI ROGGERO, Università di Cosenza - FRANCO FARINELLI, Università di Bologna - AUGUSTO ILLUMINATI, Università di Urbino - GABRIELE MASTRIGLI, Università di Ascoli Piceno - IVAN BERCEDO, Quaderns de arquitectura de Catalunya 2000 2005 - STEFANO CATUCCI, Università di Ascoli Piceno - STEFANO MILANI, Delft University of Technology - AGOSTINO PETRILLO, Politecnico di Milano - FRANCESCO RAPARELLI, Università di Firenze.
more info
www.lab0.org
http://www.lab0.org/lab0_07/home_castr_clust.htm
“From Roman Castrum to twenty-first century cluster: the maps of education in the limbs of the metropolis” is an investigation arguing on university spaces, their transformations of settlement models, their symbolization and morphology. It is structured as a series of multidisciplinary lectures in which architecture is just one of the disciplines. The dare is to decipher, through the metropolis analysis taxonomies, the evolution of the University territories, whereas universities no longer recognize as their own space a urban portion dedicated to them, but the entire metropolitan structure, complete with its links to infrastructure, manufacturing and business center nodes: The University goes beyond the fence and become metropolis, in the mixed forms, spread along the ridge line between training and production, re-drawing the figures of the student and researcher in the gray land of work, finally reconstituting the types of its place in the hybrid forms in between the lecture halls and the rooms of work”.