Rome 2017

3rd ISUFITALY International Congress - LEARNING FROM ROME: HISTORICAL CITIES AND CONTEMPORARY DESIGN

Faculty of Architecture, Piazza Borghese 9, Rome, ITALY

February 23, 2017 – February 24, 2017


The results of research in urban morphology describe historic cities as urban organisms whose survival, transformation and management needs design-based complex actions to be investigated by analytical tools integrating different knowledge.

Architecture, History, Geography are speculative discipline and provide useful tools to properly direct architectural projects, whether they are conceived or not in continuity with the urban and architectural language of the traditional existing context.

Preserve and renovate the historic cities and the historical urban tissues should be a new focus of urban policies and of those entrepreneurs and conservation professionals which have identified the abandonment of these urban realities as the emerging political and economic dynamics.

The scope of the conference is to collect studies, research, design and methodological reflections on contemporary architecture, urban contexts and historical building, directing the outcome to the definition of operational tools useful for a aware and contemporary design.

In recent years the reuse, the recovery, the architectural transformation of urban fabric are among the most practiced topic of the international architectural culture based both on open interpretations or limited to the aspect of conservation.

The conference will be an opportunity to discuss on contemporary design in the historic city, on tools and research methods to be applied to these architectural dynamic realities, and on operational tools used for designing such meaningful anthropological spaces.

 

Announcements

 

BOOK OF ABSTRACTS

 

ISUFItaly 2017

Book of Abstracts

 


 

 
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ISUFITALY DINNER

 
Dear authors and visitors,
we are pleased to inform you that the conference dinner is included in your registration.
The dinner will be held in "la casa dell'aviatore", viale dell'università 20, Rome (website: http://www.casaviatore.it) on the 24th at 20:30.
If you wish to join the dinner with a partner you can register him/her sending us an email (the additional cost is 20 euros).
The partner's registration should be sent by the 20th of February.

We are looking forward to see you in Rome
 
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PROGRAMME

 

ISUFItaly 2017

programme

 


Definitive Programme

 

 

 

Programme Outline

23 February|Thursday

Morning

8:15

Registration (till 11:00)

8:30 - 11:30

Opening Session|Welcome Greetings (aula magna)

 

Anna Maria Giovenale

Dean_Faculty of Architecture_’Sapienza’ University of Rome

 

Orazio Carpenzano

Director_Department of Architecture and Design_’Sapienza’ University

of Rome

 

Giuseppe Strappa

ISUFitaly President

 

Plenary Session|Learning From Rome (aula magna)

 

Learing from Rome. Historical cities and contemporary design.

Paolo Carlotti, Anna Irene Del Monaco, Dina Nencini

 

For a cognitive approach to problems relating to the design of architectural projects in historical cities.

Pierre Larochelle

 

Brevi note su una lettura in evoluzione di Roma.

Franco Purini

 

11:30 - 12:00 Coffee Break

12:00 - 14:00 Parallel Sessions A

14:00 - 15:00 Lunch Break

 

Afternoon

15:00 - 17:00 Parallel Sessions B

17:00 - 17:30 Coffee Break

17:30 - 19:30 Parallel Sessions C

 

24 February|Friday

Morning

9:00 - 11:00 Parallel Sessions D

11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break

11:30 - 13:30 Parallel Sessions E

13:30 - 14:30 Lunch Break


Afternoon

14:30 - 16:30 Parallel Sessions F

16:30 - 17:00 Coffee Break

17:00 - 19:00


Closing Session
(aula magna)

Self-critical reflections on Urban Morphology.

Giancarlo Cataldi

 

ISUF Local Networks.

Vitor Oliveira

 

Architettura contemporanea nel centro storico di Valencia. Un contributo alle riunioni ISUF ITALY / ISUF-h

Vicente Colomer Sendra

 

Conclusions.

Paolo Carlotti, Marco Maretto


20:30      ISUFitaly dinner

Casa dell’Aviatore

Viale dell’Università, n.20, 00185, Roma

 

 
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PAYMENT

 

Payments can be made by:

Bank Transfer

- Account name: ISUFITALY, via A.Gramsci 53 00197 Roma

- SWIFT or BIC code: BPPIITRRXXX

- Name of the bank: BancoPosta

- IBAN: IT57 F076 0103 2000 0102 3726 878

- Subject (reason of payment): ISUF2017 - first name_last name, ID number

- Adress: Posta impresa n.5, viale Mazzini 103, Roma 00195

 

Issuer Receipt:

Name: ISUFITALY
Adress: Via Gramsci, 53 00197, Roma Italy
e-mail address: roma2015@isufitaly.com
VAT number: 97818820587
When you provide the payment please send us an email to rome2017@isufitaly.com with the payment receipt.
Payment by Credit Card for Authors


Payment by Credit Card for Students


Payment by Credit Card for Visitors


 


Conference Registration

Participants are requested to complete their conference registration paying the fee by Genuary 20, 2017. 

For the authors: 
fee is € 180 (€ 90 for students) and includes:
- participation to all conference sessions
- conference proceedings
- coffee breaks

For conference visitors:
Conference visitors may attend the conference: fee is € 70 and includes: 
- participation to all conference sessions
- conference proceedings
- coffee breaks

 
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New Abstract submission deadline

 
Because of the great number of request received we have postponed the deadline for the Abstract submission from the 31st of October to the 7th of November 2016.  
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Commitees:

 

Chairs

Paolo Carlotti (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Anna Irene Del Monaco (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Dina Nencini (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy)

The Conference Scientific Committee comprises:

Giuseppe Arcidiacono (University of Reggio Calabria, Italy), Enrico Bordogna (Polytechnic of Milan, Italy), Paolo Carlotti (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Giancarlo Cataldi (University of Florence, Italy), Roberto Cherubini (University of Rome, Italy), Carlos Dias Coelho (University of Lisbon, Portugal), Vicente Colomer Sendra (University of Valencia, Spain), Wowo Ding (University of Nanjing, China), Edoardo Currà (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), François Defaux (University of Laval, Canada), Anna Irene Del Monaco (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Daniela Esposito (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Kai Gu (University of Auckland, New Zealand), Matteo Ieva (Polytechnic of Bari, Italy), Karl Kropf (Oxford University, United Kingdom), Pierre Larochelle (University of Laval, Canada), Vincenzo Latina (University of Catania, Italy), Teresa Marat-Mendes (University of Oporto, Portugal), Marco Maretto (University of Parma, Italy), Nicola Marzot (University of Ferrara, Italy, and TU-Delft, The Netherlands), Gianpiero Moretti (University of Laval, Canada), Dina Nencini (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Vítor Oliveira (University of Oporto, Portugal), Carmine Piscopo (University of Naples, Federico II), Carlo Moccia (Polytechnic of Bari, Italy), Antonio Riondino (Polytechnic of Bari), Francesco Rispoli (University of Naples, Federico II, Italy), Ivor Samuels (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom), Brenda Case Scheer (University of Utah, USA), Uwe Schröder (Technischen Hochschule in Aachen), Andrea Sciascia (University of Palermo, Italy), Francesco Scoppola (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Giuseppe Strappa ('Sapienza' University of Roma, Italy), Fabrizio Toppetti (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Jeremy Whitehand (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom).

The Conference Organizing Committee comprises:

Anna Rita Donatella Amato (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Vincenzo Buongiorno (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Antonio Camporeale (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Paolo Carlotti (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Anna Irene Del Monaco (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Matteo Ieva (Polytechnic of Bari, Italy), Marco Maretto (University of Parma, Italy), Dina Nencini (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy), Fabrizio Toppetti (‘Sapienza’ University of Rome, Italy)

 

 
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CALL FOR PAPERS

 

ISUFitaly 2017 3rd international Congress: LEARNING FROM ROME. Contemporary design in historical cities


The results of research in urban morphology describe historic cities as urban organisms whose survival, transformation and management needs design-based complex actions to be investigated by analytical tools integrating different knowledge.

Architecture, History, Geography are speculative discipline and provide useful tools to properly direct architectural projects, whether they are conceived or not in continuity with the urban and architectural language of the traditional existing context.

Preserve and renovate the historic cities and the historical urban tissues should be a new focus of urban policies and of those entrepreneurs and conservation professionals which have identified the abandonment of these urban realities as the emerging political and economic dynamics.

The scope of the conference is to collect studies, research, design and methodological reflections on contemporary architecture, urban contexts and historical building, directing the outcome to the definition of operational tools useful for a aware and contemporary design.

In recent years the reuse, the recovery, the architectural transformation of urban fabric are among the most practiced topic of the international architectural culture based both on open interpretations or limited to the aspect of conservation.

The conference will be an opportunity to discuss on contemporary design in the historic city, on tools and research methods to be applied to these architectural dynamic realities, and on operational tools used for designing such meaningful anthropological spaces.

 

 

 
Posted: 2016-09-02 More...
 
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