3/10/2022, h. 17:00
Politecnico di Milano, Campus Leonardo, Edificio 2, AULA 2.2.3
Presentation of the book by Raffaele Pernice (UNSW Sydney) The Urbanism of Metabolism: Visions, Scenarios and Models for the Mutant City of Tomorrow – Routledge, 2022.
Raffaele Pernice is an architect and Senior Lecturer in Architecture and Urbanism at the University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney), Australia. He received a Ph.D. in Architecture from Waseda University in Tokyo and a M.Arch from the University IUAV of Venice in Italy. His research concentrates on modern and post-modern urban and architectural theories and history, with a focus on the contemporary urbanism of Japan and the Asia Pacific region. He has published articles and essays in academic periodicals and journals, including the Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, Town Planning Review, the Journal of Architecture and Planning, the Journal of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Urbanie and Urbanus(U&U). He has been the recipient of grants and fellowships from the MEXT (the Japanese Ministry of Education), the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Japan Foundation, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DAFTA), the National Foundation of Australia-China Relationships (NFACR), the Japan Society.
Relatore: Raffaele Pernice Wales – UNSW Sydney
Discussants: Paolo Tombesi – EPFL Lausanne, Pierre-Alain Croset, Paolo Scrivano – Politecnico di Milano
Responsabili: Gaia Caramellino, Pierre-Alain Croset, Christian Gaenshirt, Paolo Scrivano