Based on the experience of the authors as teachers in architectural design labs of the Italian architecture Faculty, and presenting the results of six semesters from 1st to 3rd study course, this handbook is conceived as a link between research, professional work and teaching (all together: learning). Inside, 1.2.3. has got a treasure of energy due to the people who take part on it; an open proposal for a sustainable, site specific and responsible contemporary architecture. The conviction that underlies the teaching programme illustrated here is that a course in Composition, especially in the early stages of a degree course, should reflect a common unity of intent on the part of a School of Architecture and should not just be the expression of an individual way of seeing. Everyone forms part of a single spiritual family united by the belief that the fundamental impulse of the project should be inspired more by ancient theory than by frenetic experimentation (architecture is seeing things and transferring them). Travelling, drawing and learning thus form the basis of the first semester of the workshop (while in the second it is thinking, classifying, composing). In the third year the students are intorduced by lectures to the re-using of a brown field in the town of Prato. The experience of architecture oscillates constantly between the generality of type and the specificity of site . Critique of the concept of context and mannered environmentalism. The traits of type and the constituents of place should remain inseparable. Composed, in other words re-composed. text’s language: italian

Architetture 1.2.3. manuale dei laboratori di progettazione del triennio / F. Collotti; G. Pirazzoli; A. I. Volpe. - STAMPA. - (2009), pp. 1-176.

Architetture 1.2.3. manuale dei laboratori di progettazione del triennio

COLLOTTI, FRANCESCO VALERIO;PIRAZZOLI, GIACOMO;VOLPE, ANDREA INNOCENZO
2009

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Based on the experience of the authors as teachers in architectural design labs of the Italian architecture Faculty, and presenting the results of six semesters from 1st to 3rd study course, this handbook is conceived as a link between research, professional work and teaching (all together: learning). Inside, 1.2.3. has got a treasure of energy due to the people who take part on it; an open proposal for a sustainable, site specific and responsible contemporary architecture. The conviction that underlies the teaching programme illustrated here is that a course in Composition, especially in the early stages of a degree course, should reflect a common unity of intent on the part of a School of Architecture and should not just be the expression of an individual way of seeing. Everyone forms part of a single spiritual family united by the belief that the fundamental impulse of the project should be inspired more by ancient theory than by frenetic experimentation (architecture is seeing things and transferring them). Travelling, drawing and learning thus form the basis of the first semester of the workshop (while in the second it is thinking, classifying, composing). In the third year the students are intorduced by lectures to the re-using of a brown field in the town of Prato. The experience of architecture oscillates constantly between the generality of type and the specificity of site . Critique of the concept of context and mannered environmentalism. The traits of type and the constituents of place should remain inseparable. Composed, in other words re-composed. text’s language: italian
Academia Universa Press
Milano
9788864440040
F. Collotti; G. Pirazzoli; A. I. Volpe
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