The group will have to make choices regarding both settlements and the planned activities. The starting point for the spatial, volumetric and settlement solution should not be merely a functional response, rather a solution of a morphological nature, consistent with the characteristics of the city on which it intervenes. The project must somehow give a specific response to the intervention site.
In addition, the project must possess the functions mixed characteristics (e.g. Theatre, library, student accommodation) and the building should include interior spaces open to citizens, to keep alive the function of public spaces that have changed over time.
The theme of daylight becomes a possible strategic choice within the architecture: interior patios may be included, such as to create interesting and complex spaces.
Since the course includes interior design, we will pay attention to the issues of the Interior, intended as an interior space, such as an action that comes from within.