852323 Contemporary urbanism (in Eng.)
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- Vorlesung und Seminar
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- Furlan, Cecilia
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- Sommersemester 2022
- Unterrichts-/ Lehrsprachen
More than ten years ago, Bernardo Secchi began to portray the radical transformations that many western urban territories and regions faced. His vivid analysis was grounded in the idea that whenever the structure of the economy and society is changing, the urban question comes. Today Secchi's new urban question is not "new" anymore but rather "ongoing". Issues such as climate change, spatial mobility/freedom of movement, and the widening social divide are common, even though the specificity of the various contexts and different forms of urbanisation results in several challenges. In the light of the "ongoing" urban question, the contemporary urbanism course aims to analyse and discuss core issues of current urban planning and design approaches tackling the spatial transformations due to climate change, urbanisation, and the widening of the socio-spatial divide.
- Inhaltliche Voraussetzungen (erwartete Kenntnisse)
No previous Knowledge is expected
By the end of the semester, students should be familiarised with: (1) urban theory and the diverse realm of disciplines that approach the urban; (2) the range of urban conditions existing today and the main challenges faced by cities across the world; (3) different approaches when researching and acting upon (experiencing, planning and designing) the urban; (4) the diverse range of aspects of the urban that can be explored, analysed and discussed (5) different methods of disseminating research content, with an emphasis on digital methods.
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