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    Luca MOLINARI

    Insegnamento di ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN

    Corso di laurea magistrale in ARCHITETTURA - PROGETTAZIONE DEGLI INTERNI E PER L'AUTONOMIA

    SSD: ICAR/14

    CFU: 12,00

    ORE PER UNITÀ DIDATTICA: 96,00

    Periodo di Erogazione: Primo Quadrimestre

    Italiano

    Lingua di insegnamento

    INGLESE

    Contenuti

    Since the melting of the students’ group is uncertainty due to the different backgrounds there will be a definition of the design exercises in coherence with the maturity and preparation of the students.
    The course will be based on frontal lectures dedicated to some key-words of architecture and architectural thinking as well on the experience of a series of Modern and Contemporary architects:
    Void and Limit/ Drawing/ Image/ Public Space and Community/ Home/ Artificial and Natural/ History, Memory and Continuity/ Monument/ Eros, Body and Architecture/ Primary and Elementary/ Light and Colour/ Communication and Project/ Vision
    BBPR/ Piranesi/ Ricardo Bofill/ Enric Miralles/ Le Corbusier/ Paul Rudolph/ Louis Kahn/Aldo van Eyck/ Smithsons/ James Stirling/ John Soane/ Hassan Fathy/ Giancarlo De Carlo/ Carlos Villanueva/ Japanese Metabolist/ Sigurd Lewerentz
    The core of the Design researches will be based on the notion of Emptiness as element able to generate new spaces of social and cultural relationships. In close relation to this argument we will work on Densification and Re-Use as strategy to reduce soil consumption and to define challenging form of urban regeneration.
    Reality and its problems will be the ground we will use to generate strategies and new tools of intervention.

    Testi di riferimento

    A Bibliography will be provided the first day of lecture and further elements will be communicated along the different conversations. Every students will be asked to design its own Bibliography which will represent the individual path of the Design Process.

    Basic texts
    Kenneth Frampton, Modern architecture. A critical History, Thames and Hudson, London, 2007
    Luca Molinari, The house that we are, Nottetempo, Milano, 2018
    (edited by) Luca Molinari, Architecture. Movements and trends from the 19th Century to the present, Skira ed., Milano, 2015

    Obiettivi formativi

    The course’ primary mission want to define and work on the basic element of the Design Process through a series of lectures and projects on different scale able to provide to the students conceptual, critical and operational tools to face the practice of contemporary design.

    Prerequisiti

    Good English level (spoken and written); good basics of History of Modern and Contemporary Architecture; Good capability drawing by hand; Good knowledge of Auto-Cad other other complementary programmes.

    Metodologie didattiche

    Frontal lectures and Design Laboratory; Didactic travel (to be defined).
    Mandatory presence and grading related to the given calendar and students’ deliveries of the three projects.

    Metodi di valutazione

    Periodical corrections; public presentation of the project (mid term and final)

    Altre informazioni

    During the lessons multimedia presentations will be used, the contents of which will then be made available to the students.

    For other information: Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.

    Programma del corso

    Since the melting of the students’ group is uncertainty due to the different backgrounds there will be a definition of the design exercises in coherence with the maturity and preparation of the students.
    The course will be based on frontal lectures dedicated to some key-words of architecture and architectural thinking as well on the experience of a series of Modern and Contemporary architects:
    Void and Limit/ Drawing/ Image/ Public Space and Community/ Home/ Artificial and Natural/ History, Memory and Continuity/ Monument/ Eros, Body and Architecture/ Primary and Elementary/ Light and Colour/ Communication and Project/ Vision
    BBPR/ Piranesi/ Ricardo Bofill/ Enric Miralles/ Le Corbusier/ Paul Rudolph/ Louis Kahn/Aldo van Eyck/ Smithsons/ James Stirling/ John Soane/ Hassan Fathy/ Giancarlo De Carlo/ Carlos Villanueva/ Japanese Metabolist/ Sigurd Lewerentz
    The core of the Design researches will be based on the notion of Emptiness as element able to generate new spaces of social and cultural relationships. In close relation to this argument we will work on Densification and Re-Use as strategy to reduce soil consumption and to define challenging form of urban regeneration.
    Reality and its problems will be the ground we will use to generate strategies and new tools of intervention.
    Three Design Actions has been chosen:
    A. 1 day: Individual work done in the classroom. We ask you to use an elementary form (sphere, pyramid, cube) and to transform it into a living space built inside our classroom. Drawing, techniques and representations free hand.

    B. 1 month: The home that we are, the house as self-portrait. Given a Maison Do-Mi-No concrete skeleton abandoned in the countryside of Aversa, we ask you to transform it into a living home able to represent yourself. Project to be represented with plans/sections scale 1:50, axonometric drawing, model scale 1:100 and a dossier (A4) where you will describe the design process, methodology and references. Individual work.

    C. 2 months: Addiction and urban densification. Given one of the sides of San Lorenzo courtyard, the main lateral wall of the inner garden or the façade looking at the internal courtyard of the library (free choice) we ask you to design a new body of architecture connected to the existence. Maximum 5 m. width, volume and functions to be discussed with the professor. Project to be represented with plans/sections scale 1:50, axonometric drawing, model scale 1:100 and a dossier (A4) where you will describe the design process, methodology and references. Couple of students.

    English

    Teaching language

    English

    Contents

    Since the melting of the students’ group is uncertainty due to the different backgrounds there will be a definition of the design exercises in coherence with the maturity and preparation of the students.
    The course will be based on frontal lectures dedicated to some key-words of architecture and architectural thinking as well on the experience of a series of Modern and Contemporary architects:
    Void and Limit/ Drawing/ Image/ Public Space and Community/ Home/ Artificial and Natural/ History, Memory and Continuity/ Monument/ Eros, Body and Architecture/ Primary and Elementary/ Light and Colour/ Communication and Project/ Vision
    BBPR/ Piranesi/ Ricardo Bofill/ Enric Miralles/ Le Corbusier/ Paul Rudolph/ Louis Kahn/Aldo van Eyck/ Smithsons/ James Stirling/ John Soane/ Hassan Fathy/ Giancarlo De Carlo/ Carlos Villanueva/ Japanese Metabolist/ Sigurd Lewerentz
    The core of the Design researches will be based on the notion of Emptiness as element able to generate new spaces of social and cultural relationships. In close relation to this argument we will work on Densification and Re-Use as strategy to reduce soil consumption and to define challenging form of urban regeneration.
    Reality and its problems will be the ground we will use to generate strategies and new tools of intervention.

    Textbook

    A Bibliography will be provided the first day of lecture and further elements will be communicated along the different conversations. Every students will be asked to design its own Bibliography which will represent the individual path of the Design Process.

    Basic texts
    Kenneth Frampton, Modern architecture. A critical History, Thames and Hudson, London, 2007
    Luca Molinari, The house that we are, Nottetempo, Milano, 2018
    (edited by) Luca Molinari, Architecture. Movements and trends from the 19th Century to the present, Skira ed., Milano, 2015

    Training objectives

    The course’ primary mission want to define and work on the basic element of the Design Process through a series of lectures and projects on different scale able to provide to the students conceptual, critical and operational tools to face the practice of contemporary design.

    Prerequisite

    Good English level (spoken and written); good basics of History of Modern and Contemporary Architecture; Good capability drawing by hand; Good knowledge of Auto-Cad other other complementary programmes.

    Teaching methods

    Frontal lectures and Design Laboratory; Didactic travel (to be defined).
    Mandatory presence and grading related to the given calendar and students’ deliveries of the three projects.

    Evaluation methods

    Periodical corrections; public presentation of the project (mid term and final)

    Others

    During the lessons multimedia presentations will be used, the contents of which will then be made available to the students.

    For other information: Questo indirizzo email è protetto dagli spambots. È necessario abilitare JavaScript per vederlo.

    Course Syllabus

    Since the melting of the students’ group is uncertainty due to the different backgrounds there will be a definition of the design exercises in coherence with the maturity and preparation of the students.
    The course will be based on frontal lectures dedicated to some key-words of architecture and architectural thinking as well on the experience of a series of Modern and Contemporary architects:
    Void and Limit/ Drawing/ Image/ Public Space and Community/ Home/ Artificial and Natural/ History, Memory and Continuity/ Monument/ Eros, Body and Architecture/ Primary and Elementary/ Light and Colour/ Communication and Project/ Vision
    BBPR/ Piranesi/ Ricardo Bofill/ Enric Miralles/ Le Corbusier/ Paul Rudolph/ Louis Kahn/Aldo van Eyck/ Smithsons/ James Stirling/ John Soane/ Hassan Fathy/ Giancarlo De Carlo/ Carlos Villanueva/ Japanese Metabolist/ Sigurd Lewerentz
    The core of the Design researches will be based on the notion of Emptiness as element able to generate new spaces of social and cultural relationships. In close relation to this argument we will work on Densification and Re-Use as strategy to reduce soil consumption and to define challenging form of urban regeneration.
    Reality and its problems will be the ground we will use to generate strategies and new tools of intervention.
    Three Design Actions has been chosen:
    A. 1 day: Individual work done in the classroom. We ask you to use an elementary form (sphere, pyramid, cube) and to transform it into a living space built inside our classroom. Drawing, techniques and representations free hand.

    B. 1 month: The home that we are, the house as self-portrait. Given a Maison Do-Mi-No concrete skeleton abandoned in the countryside of Aversa, we ask you to transform it into a living home able to represent yourself. Project to be represented with plans/sections scale 1:50, axonometric drawing, model scale 1:100 and a dossier (A4) where you will describe the design process, methodology and references. Individual work.

    C. 2 months: Addiction and urban densification. Given one of the sides of San Lorenzo courtyard, the main lateral wall of the inner garden or the façade looking at the internal courtyard of the library (free choice) we ask you to design a new body of architecture connected to the existence. Maximum 5 m. width, volume and functions to be discussed with the professor. Project to be represented with plans/sections scale 1:50, axonometric drawing, model scale 1:100 and a dossier (A4) where you will describe the design process, methodology and references. Couple of students.

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