VVITA project (Modernizing Learning and Teaching for Architecture through Smart and Longlasting Partnerships leading to sustainable and inclusive development strategies to Vitalize heritage Villages through Innovative Technologies) is inserted in the Erasmus+ program. It involves professors and students of the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism of Bucharest (UAUIM), which is the leader, the University of Catania (UNICT) and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology of Trondheim (NTNU). The core of the project consists in three Intensive Periods that are addressed to develop innovative methodologies in the teaching of refurbishing and revitalizing local, vernacular architecture. Such courses are called Innovative Teaching Module (ITM). They were in Lofoten (NO) in Aeolian Islands (IT) and in Danube Delta (RO). These region villages’ peculiarity is the strong relation between architecture and coastal landscape with unexploited marginal areas. In the following paper, the authors will show the design of the ITM, which is the target of VVITA assigned to UNICT.

An Innovative Teaching Module Inside VVITA Project - Sustainable And Inclusive Development Of Strategies To Vitalize Villages Through Innovative Architecture Technologies

Vincenzo Sapienza
Conceptualization
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Ivo Caliò;Simona Calvagna
Writing – Original Draft Preparation
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Antonio Gagliano
Methodology
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Giuseppe Margani;Gianluca Rodonò
Writing – Review & Editing
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2019

Abstract

VVITA project (Modernizing Learning and Teaching for Architecture through Smart and Longlasting Partnerships leading to sustainable and inclusive development strategies to Vitalize heritage Villages through Innovative Technologies) is inserted in the Erasmus+ program. It involves professors and students of the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism of Bucharest (UAUIM), which is the leader, the University of Catania (UNICT) and the Norwegian University of Science and Technology of Trondheim (NTNU). The core of the project consists in three Intensive Periods that are addressed to develop innovative methodologies in the teaching of refurbishing and revitalizing local, vernacular architecture. Such courses are called Innovative Teaching Module (ITM). They were in Lofoten (NO) in Aeolian Islands (IT) and in Danube Delta (RO). These region villages’ peculiarity is the strong relation between architecture and coastal landscape with unexploited marginal areas. In the following paper, the authors will show the design of the ITM, which is the target of VVITA assigned to UNICT.
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