DESIGN REPRESENTATION AND COMMUNICATION OF THE CULTURAL HERITAGE

General Module
Course Sheet
Academic Year of enrolment: 
2019/2020
Type of Course: 
Characterising
Optional/Mandatory: 
Compulsory
Degree: 
Master's Degree Programme in ARCHITECTURE
Disciplinary Sector: 
Design
Credits: 
6
Programme Year: 
1
Professor and Collaborators: 
Hours of classroom activity: 
54
Prerequisites: 

- ability to elaborate representations, visualizations, images, visual communication messages able to foster the interpretation of cultural heritage sites and the transmission of knowledge from specialist knowledge to the public.
- ability to formulate ideas, plans, projects and strategies of communication to the public aimed at fostering the strengthening of relations between places and publics capable of enhancing and supporting the protection of cultural heritage sites;
- ability to select and elaborate different types of representations useful and appropriate for the communication of different information to different audiences;
- ability to calibrate the choices and design strategies in relation to the peculiarities of cultural heritage sites;
- ability to communicate in a clear, unambiguous and effective way through graphic language the information and characters of a complex site from the historical, architectural and environmental point of view in relation to the different contexts and types of audience;
- ability to communicate design ideas in a persuasive and effective way through graphic language;
- ability to autonomously analyze case studies, guidelines and regulations and to learn from them constraints, requirements, methods and strategies inherent to the design of the communication of cultural heritage sites and their management.

AF code: 
A001785