computer aided design (CAD).
: theoretical class by blackboard and PC presentations; laboratory with CAD software.
This course is focused on the understanding and critical elaboration of methods and techniques used spatial, environmental and landscape planning, with emphasis for rural domains, settlements, and their suitability with respect to the environment.
Presentation and general introduction (2 hours). General part – environmental and landscape planning methods and tools (16 hours). Special part – rural-urban spaces methodology and measures, environmental assessment in planning (14 hours). Laboratory (24 hours): discussion of a planning case study.
Gabellini P (2001). Tecniche urbanistiche. Carocci, Roma. Other materials and references delivered by the instructor and available on the web.
theoretical class by blackboard and PC presentations; laboratory with CAD software.
tutoring, some materials, and exams may be developed in English