È possibile riformare le scuole di architettura in Italia?

Journal title TERRITORIO
Author/s Elena Granata, Carolina Pacchi
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/49
Language Italian Pages 13 P. 153-165 File size 394 KB
DOI 10.3280/TR2009-049023
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Is it possible to reform schools of architecture in Italy? - The crisis of architectural schools in Italy and the profound uncertainty running through practices and the teaching of architectural and planning disciplines has roots which date back a long time. If we re-read today some of the texts and public actions of some of the greatest Italian architects or critics of architecture such as Giovanni Michelucci, Giancarlo De Carlo, Leonardo Benevolo and Bruno Zevi, in dissent with the scientific and academic communities to which they belonged, it is hard not to grasp, with the benefit of hindsight, the lucidity of their intellectual positions and the urgency of their arguments. Four episodes are presented which allow us to return to the issue of training architects in their relationship with the professional dimension and also with society and to consider more generally the crisis of inherited models of university education, which no longer seem able to meet the challenges of today.

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Elena Granata, Carolina Pacchi, È possibile riformare le scuole di architettura in Italia? in "TERRITORIO" 49/2009, pp 153-165, DOI: 10.3280/TR2009-049023