Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s A cura di Antonella Bruzzese, Massimo Bricocoli, Luigi Spinelli
Publishing Year 2011 Issue 2011/58 Language English
Pages 36 P. 102-137 File size 4690 KB
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Miaw 2010 was an initiative promoted by a multi-disciplinary group of colleagues who teach three year degree courses in architecture and planning in the School of Architecture and Society. One hundred and fifty students and eight international lectures were involved. The objective was to work on the City of Milan with exploratory projects, proposals and creations which addressed the concept of ‘re-appropriation’. Architects, urban planners and artists are increasingly required to meet the challenges of unforeseen uses and requests to use spatial resources that are different from those normally employed by institutional planning and established practices. Based on the wide variety of the spaces and situations investigated and also of the languages and design solutions adopted, Miaw illustrated many different ways of revitalising inactive places and of using different processes and means of re-appropriation.
Keywords: Re-appropriation; workshop; Milan
A cura di Antonella Bruzzese, Massimo Bricocoli, Luigi Spinelli, Milano Architectural International Workshop 2010 in "TERRITORIO" 58/2011, pp 102-137, DOI: 10.3280/TR2011-058012