LIVING CHICAGO. Housing Projects on the Chicago River for Post-Pandemic Times

 
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Autori Maurizio Sabini

Pagine 208
Data pubblicazione Aprile 2022
Data ristampa
ISBN 8891650597
ean 9788891650597
Tipo Cartaceo
Collana Politecnica
Editore Maggioli Editore
Dimensione 17x24
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Autori Maurizio Sabini

Pagine 208
Data pubblicazione Aprile 2022
Data ristampa
ISBN 8891650597
ean 9788891650597
Tipo Cartaceo
Collana Politecnica
Editore Maggioli Editore
Dimensione 17x24
“…Why Chicago? The city was chosen as the epitome of the city of Modernity, where infrastructural, engineering, planning, architectural and technological innovations coalesced to outline an urban culture and landscape that speak of the aspirations and ambitions, as well as achievements and failures, of our modern times.
…The students were also challenged to develop urban and building designs that ought to evolve from a deep understanding of the city of Chicago and of its history and ethos, as well as verifying and applying the principles of the disciplines (structures, digital modeling, and building technology) concurring to the experience of the studio/laboratory.
…Most importantly, we hope that this volume will contribute to inspire future generations to envision the modern city and our life in post-pandemic times, within the philosophical framework (as outlined and discussed by others, namely Jürgen Habermas) by which Modernity is (still) an unfinished project.” (from: “Preface” by Maurizio Sabini)

Maurizio Sabini
PhD, RA, is a Professor of Architecture at Drury University (USA) and Editor-in-Chief of The Plan Journal. He has been a Visiting Professor at the Politecnico di Milano for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Andrea Matteo Azzolini
PhD, RA, is an Adjunct Faculty of Architectural Composition at the Politecnico di Milano and runs his own professional practice in Milan.
Claudio Mirarchi
PhD, PE, is a Research Fellow at the Politecnico di Milano and runs his own professional practice in Milan.
Rafael Shehu
PhD, PE, is an Adjunct Faculty of Structures at the Politecnico di Milano and runs his own professional practice in Milan.
Raffaella Campanella
RA has worked as Tutor at the Politecnico di Milano and runs her own professional practice in Milan.
Diana Carta
RA, is a PhD candidate at the Sapienza Università di Roma, has worked as Tutor at the Politecnico di Milano and runs her own professional practice in Rome.
Mauro Sullam
PhD, RA, has worked as Tutor at Politecnico di Milano and runs his own professional practice in Milan.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN STUDIO FOR COMPLEX CONSTRUCTIONS
PROF. MAURIZIO SABINI

Preface

Maurizio Sabini

Introductory Note

Andrea Matteo Azzolini

The Gift of Scale

Diana Carta

The Image of Architecture

Raffaella Campanella

Place, Places 3

Mauro Sullam

The "In-Between Realm" in the Post-COVID World

Andrea Matteo Azzolini

BIM and Academia: An Integrated Application

Claudio Mirarchi

The Structures Behind Living Chicago

Rafael Shehu

Historical Atlas of Multi-Family Housing, Chicago

Site Images

Design Brief

Student Site Analysis

Student Projects

Studio Scenes

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