Open lecture / DAStU, via Golgi 20, Edificio 26, Aula L.26.13
19 dicembre 2018 / h. 15.30
Is urban planning visible?
Urban planning comprises more than the planning of land use and infrastructure. It reaches from technical or social infrastructure to the general regulation of construction activities, but also has to deal with the general representation of political power, to react to changing social structures and to shape the general conditions of private and public life. Uncovering traces of urban planning, proposed or realized, in the existing built environment can help to better understand the links and interactions between planning and architecture, the relation of planning and building to other individual and spontaneous activities in the urban fabric, and thus to assess the autonomy of architecture in a metropolitan context.
The open lectures series will introduce to the trajectory of urban planning in relation to architecture presenting famous planning projects, influential planning competitions and important planning theories and debates.
Relatore: Hartmut Frank
Responsabile: Nicole De Togni
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