The project VVITA proposes a transnational cooperation that raises the question of high education in Europe and underlines the thematic approach of the complexity of current rural heritage emergencies, actual chances and challenges, where the tradi-tional division of disciplines are outdated. Practice at European level regarding architecture and urbanism education reveals an increased need to interconnect theoretical approach in students teaching from univer-sities and practical reality of professional practice. During the project, will be defined a new teaching approach that will be applied in three case studies at the Europe physical extremities: Danube Delta in Romania, Fil-icudi Island in Northern Sicily, village in Lofoten archipelago in Northern Norway. De-spite common features identified in critical situations as depopulation and cultural-vernacular-historic existent potential, each case study is different due to the regional climate conditions, its need of use, adopted methods and solutions in response to or-dinary and extraordinary maintenance, and/or in response to extreme events. The core of the project consists in three intensive school, organized in these places. Through the mobility, the students will be prepared to work in interdisciplinary fields as architecture, conservation science, and social and environmental sustainability fields in an international environment and to respond to the real problems of rural are-as in line with the specific local / regional level. In this paper will showed the preliminary phases of the project, the context of the case study areas and the role of each partners.
|Titolo:||VVITA PROJECT - SUSTAINABLE AND INCLUSIVE DEVELOPMENT OF STRATEGIES TO VITALIZE VILLAGES THROUGH INNOVATIVE ARCHITECTURE TECHNOLOGIES|
SAPIENZA, Vincenzo [Writing – Review & Editing] (Corresponding)
CALIO', Ivo Domenico [Conceptualization]
GAGLIANO, Antonio [Validation]
MARGANI, GIUSEPPE [Validation]
|Data di pubblicazione:||2018|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||4.1 Contributo in Atti di convegno|