Training to the practice of architectural drawing through the various conventions of representation and graphic procedures, based on the use of paper and lead pencil.
The course transmits the theoretical foundations and introduces the operational techniques of representation. The main objective is to give students digital tools that allow them to define and transmit a concrete idea of architecture in its intellectual dimension.
Forum Alpinum, living and producing in the Alps. The studio explores the subject of construction in the Alpine territory and proposes to design an architectural project for a productive and artisanal activity and its side program of habitat, throught a valley of the Valais mountains.
The studio's objective is to investigate the topic of construction and recolonization within the Alpine region. The program seeks to establish a Forum Alpinum â a comprehensive framework encompassing craft activities and communal housing.
The teaching unit will take the form of an operational workshop in which the visionary and abstract spirit proposed by utopian literature will find a concrete urban form by composing fragments sought from the vast figurative repertoire offered by the history of architecture.
This course imparts the basic notions of study and analysis methods in construction archaeology. The aim is to develop students' understanding of ancient buildings, enabling them to take a more sensitive approach to architectural objects.
The domestication of the Alps is addressed through the study of the construction methods of the built environment. A study between architecture, anthropology and territorial sciences in order to understand the contemporary Alpine 'system'.