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Title: Architectural Summer School Designing in times of scarcity: temporary uses in empty spaces
Other Titles: Projetar em tempo de escassez: Usos temporários em Espaços devolutos
Authors: Madeira da Silva, Teresa
Keywords: Architectural
Issue Date: 2014
Abstract: This Summer School entitled: Designing in times of scarcity: Temporary Uses in empty spaces consists in a short course where the learning of architecture is done through critical reflection, exploration and experimentation. Through concrete proposals for brownfields or empty spaces in Lisbon Castle’s neighborhood, this Summer School has as objective proposing temporary uses in places and territories identified as being unoccupied and abandoned. The Summer School will provide 7 days of intense activity of design work and discussions under the guidance of teachers from ISCTE-IUL and TUD. It will be open to students who wish to extend their abilities and techniques in the area of contemporary concepts of architectural design as well as contact and exchange with students from other universities. Under the topic Designing in times of scarcity, it is intended that the students, collaborating with the city residents, recover a set of abandoned city spaces. The aim is, on the one hand, to make city residents value more the place where they live. On the other hand, the participants should offer new possibilities of alternative uses for these places. Starting from 4 programmatic references: Inhabit, Work, Exchange and Leisure, the proposals expected should provide residents and visitors with new readings of the city. This set of proposals should shape a route revealing new and old places of Lisbon by creating new meeting places. In this UC the learning objectives are implemented in programmatic content. In this way the realization of practical exercise aims to ensure the curricular unit’s objectives: Exploring the city and identifying specific locations to intervene through the creation of the route. Propose programmatic references from the four references that fit the selected place. Develop creative proposals that hinged together, provide a creative route to Lisbon and at the same time, contribute to the debate of ideas on issues of contemporary European cities.
Description: Activities Studio (GroupWork Sessions) The group work consist in 2 to 3 students and teachers from both universities that will work on chosen themes in order to present their ideas to be debated. In the group work Sessions, the practical work will be developed and carried out. In addition to the teachers, other professionals will join these sessions and offer visions linked to realistic needs and ideas for the future of the sites chosen. Lectures Guest professors from both universities will present topics that will inspire students to develop their projects in the group work. Architects, other professionals of the Lisbon City Council and local agents will also share their experiences. Professores, tutores e colaboradores: TUD: Anett Joppien (coord.); Sascha Luippold (Prof.); Matthias Schoenau; Wolfgang Hinkfoth; Albert Dietz. ISCTE-IUL: Teresa Madeira da Silva (Prof. coord.); Rosália Guerreiro (Prof.) Pedro Pinto (Prof.); Ana Ferreira (M. stud.) DINÂMIA’CET-IUL: Marianna Monte (PhD stud.) CML: Rogério Gonçalves (Arq. - Territorial Coordination Unit); Rosário Salema (Arq. - Municipal Direction of Urban Environmen) FAS: Raquel Melo Martins; Patrícia Chorão Ramalho (Arqs.) JFSMM: José de Melo Carvalheira (Arq.)
Peer reviewed: Não
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