The didactic activity is articulated in two integrated didactic modules that address, through the theoretical reflections and the elaboration of scenarios, critical themes of contemporary urban territories.
Through the disciplines of spatial planning and architecture, the objective is to higlight and experiment the environmental requirements of the urban project.
Students through the interdisciplinary approach will be able to acquire methods and knowledge that will allow them to work in real contexts for:
_to interpret, through interdisciplinary approaches and tools, the territorial contexts, the relative environmental, historical and cultural matrices, the settlement structure and the related transformations, the environmental structures and its critical elements, the socio-economic potential of a territory;
_to address project problems in a complex urban context, and to propose strategic evolutionary scenarios for future development;
_ to outline programs, growth policies and development of a critical context
_to assess the environmental coherence of urban landscape transformations;
_to select adaptive governance that is formed from the sharing of durable projects;
_to measure with urban planning and territorial planning regulations.
The didactic units share a case study on the basis of the design laboratory, representative of complex urban themes that highlight the contemporary dynamics of the city.
The shared design laboratory pushes the students to a dynamic learning process: thanks to continuous verification and review develop communication and synthesis skills.