LIVING with EARTHQUAKES

A strategic plan for the earthquakes prone regions

2019 edition / 12th - 21th  July

Amandola, Montefortino, Falerone, Servigliano

FERMO - MARCHE

Summer School promoted by DICEA - Università Politecnica delle Marche

 

// intro

 

The present programme builds on the LIVING WITH EARTHQUAKES conference held in Cambridge  in October 2017, which discussed the earthquakes that affected the Appennine regions, causing widespread destruction and damage to cultural heritage.
  This summer school is therefore part of a wider research initiative, involving a dialogue between the SCIENCES (Seismic Engineering, Geotechnics, Construction) and the HUMANITIES (Philosophy, Sociology, Architecture and Urban Studies, History of Art and Architecture.
  The new programme is based on the successful experience of the 2018 edition held in Amandola and takes advantage of the surveys and design proposals produced and presented in the final exhibition on 1st August 2018.

 

// aims and strategies

 

Advanced Master students and PhD candidates in landscape architecture and planning, architectural and urban design,  engineering, architectural and art history, and philosophy will be based in Falerone and will make a comparative study of three hill towns in the province of Fermo: FALERONE, AMANDOLA and MONTEFORTINO. The town of SERVIGLIANO will act as hosting place for seminars and meetings.
   Field studies and teaching will include:
_understanding the urban landscape ;
_understanding the value of the tangible and intangible heritage;
_principles and problems in the conservation of historic fabric;
_the use of archival material in preparing design appraisals and reports.

 

 

// case studies

 

PARTICIPANTS WILL DESIGN PROPOSALS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF THREE CENTRAL AREAS

in the towns of Falerone, Montefortino and Amandola.


A FINAL EXHIBITION organised in Servigliano will give the opportunity to present the first results to the local populations.

AMANDOLA

FALERONE

MONTEFORTINO

SERVIGLIANO

 

// application

We invite Master and Doctoral students from different fields to send their application, which should consist of a motivation letter and curriculum vitae to  cultureofcity@gmail.com

// fee

The summer school fee of 150 euro per participant covers essential course materials, including digitized information, visits to case study sites in the three towns, a joint dinner.

Please pay to Dipartimento di Ingegneria Civile, Edile e Architettura, Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona

UNICREDIT Bank  ANCONA TAVERNELLE

IBAN:  IT34N0200802627000010374827

The purpose of the bank must contain:

Summer School 2019_Culture of the City

 

 

// accomodation


The students will be have accommodation in the

Hotel San Marco of Servigliano

                          (Via Giuseppe Garibaldi, 6, 63029 Servigliano FM)

 

  PEOPLE  

// Teaching Staff

 

Antonello ALICI

Università Politecnica delle

Marche, Ancona

 

Luca BARELLO

Politecnico di Torino

 

Paolo BONVINI

Università Politecnica delle

Marche, Ancona

 

Donal COOPER

University of Cambridge

Maddalena  FERRETTI

Università Politecnica delle

Marche, Ancona

 

Stefano  LENCI

Università Politecnica delle

Marche, Ancona

 

Paola  NICOLINI

Università di Macerata

 

Nicholas  RAY

University of Cambridge

Evelyn ALONSO ROHNER

University of Las Palmas

de Gran Canaria

 

Alan BERMAN

University of Liverpool

 

Francesco  CLEMENTI

Università Politecnica delle

Marche, Ancona

 

Carla DANANI

Università di Macerata

 

Silvia  GRON

Politecnico di Torino

Gianluigi 

MONDAINI

Università Politecnica delle

Marche, Ancona

 

Giovanna PACI

Architect

José Antonio

SOSA

University of Las Palmas

de Gran Canaria
 

 

PARTNERS AND CONTACTS

Università Politecnica delle Marche

Università degli Studi di Macerata

Comune di Amandola

Comune di Falerone

Comune di Montefortino

Comune di Servigliano

PAST EDITIONS

 

2018 - edition

A Summer school under the title of The Culture of the City has been in operation since 2014, based in Ancona, and involving five European universities.  It studied in particular the lost relationship of the contemporary city with the historical centre and with the sea and drew upon the long tradition of the study-tour by artists and architects inspired by the historical city.

The present programme builds on the LIVING with EARTHQUAKES conference held in Cambridge in 24-25 October 2017, which discussed the recent earthquakes that affected the Appennine regions, causing widespread destruction and damage to cultural heritage.

 

This Summer School is therefore part of a wider research initiative, involving a dialogue between the Sciences (Seismic Engineering, Geotechnics, Construction,
Material Sciences) and the Humanities (Philosophy, Sociology, Architecture and Urban Studies, History of Art and Architecture, Geography, and Media and
Communication).

 

The disciplines of architecture, engineering and art history will each have their own programmes, but they will come together for evening lectures, field trips, the project work, and the resulting exhibition and publication.

WENDY PULLAN

Department of Architecture

University of Cambridge

Keynote Lecturer

ADRIAN FORTY

Keynote Lecturer

The Bartlett School of Architecture

University College London

Programme

Arrival Day - 25 July 2018, wednesday     

Scientific committee and tutors meeting
16.00/19.00 - Tourist Office, piazza Risorgimento: Registration of participants
16.30 - Town Hall Auditorium, piazza Risorgimento: Book launch 
Patrimonio culturale e città contemporanea
19.00 - Town Hall Auditorium, Welcome by the Mayor Adolfo Marinangeli
21.00 - Welcome dinner


Day One – 26 July 2018, thursday  

9.30 - Piazza Risorgimento: opening session. Guided visit to the historic centre
11.30 - Palazzo via Indipendenza: lectures and studio work
15.00 - Town Archive, ex Collegiata: introduction to the Town Archive 
by Sabrina Mingarelli, Superintendant Archives Umbria-Marche 
18.30 - Palazzo via Indipendenza: evening lecture on the Amandola context 
(Antonello Alici)
21.30 - Town Hall Auditorium: meeting Amandola citizens 

 

Day Two - 27 July 2018, friday       

9.00 - Studio and lectures
12.00 - Ascoli Piceno: visit to the State Archive
15.00 - Ascoli Piceno: urban design and contextual studies 
18.00 - Sala dei Savi, Palazzo dei Capitani del Popolo, piazza del Popolo: 
evening lecture on San Francesco (Donal Cooper)
Dinner in Ascoli Piceno

 

Day Three - 28 July 2018, saturday        

9.00 - Studio and lectures
18.30 - Palazzo via Indipendenza: evening lecture on conservation principles (N. Ray, B. Watson)
21.30 - Studio review, data share

 

Day Four - 29 July 2018, sunday        

9.00 - Studio
15.00 - 18.00 - Excursion to Tolentino (for engineers)
21.30 - Studio review, data share 

Day Five - 30 July 2018, monday        

9.00 - Studio, developed proposals for San Francesco
15.00 - 19.00 - Auditorium Virgili Fondazione Carisap: seminar 
"Living with Earthquakes: working on Uncertain Ground"
21.30 - Studio review, data share 

 

Day Six - 31 July 2018, tuesday        

Studio - final proposals and preparation for exhibition 

 

Day Seven - 1 August 2018, wednesday       

18.30 - Piazza Risorgimento: final exhibition Opening  and closing ceremony
 

2 August 2018, thursday

9.30 - 14.00 - Auditorium Virgili Fondazione Carisap: seminar organised by DICEA, dipartimento universitario di eccellenza "Living with Earthquakes. Il contributo del DICEA nell’anno europeo del patrimonio"

URBINO PREMISES

Accommodation: Collegio dell’Aquilone

University Restaurant: Collegio Il Tridente

URBINO _ Study Tour in the historic town

2 August 2018, thursday

15 – departure to Urbino

Visit to historic town

Accommodation at Collegio dell'Aquilone by Giancarlo De Carlo

 

3 August 2018, friday

Palazzo Ducale and the university Faculties by Giancarlo De Carlo, Santa Chiara.

17 – tour to Ca’ Romanino, Giancarlo de Carlo 

 

4 August 2018, saturday

San Bernardino, Francesco di Giorgio Martini

Oratorio di San Giovanni, Oratorio di San Giuseppe

University Colleges, by Giancarlo De Carlo

SUMMER SCHOOL PREMISES

  • Town Hall, piazza Risorgimento

  • Summer school Studio, Palazzo via Indipendenza

  • Town Archive, La Collegiata

  • San Francesco

Group A - Seismic Engineering-Geotechnics – understanding seismic activity

1. Georgia Politi - University of Cambridge, UK         
2. Sara Canestrari 
- Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy              
3. Francesca Bianconi 
- Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy       
4. Lorenzo Principi 
- Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy            
5. Nura Jasim Muhammed - 
University of Mustansiriyah, Iraq   
6. Gabriele Possanzini - Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy      
7. Matteo Salvalaggio 
- Università di Padova, Italy        
8. Selma Cara 
- Archliving Ferrara, Italy               
9. Luca Sbrogiò 
- Università di Padova, Italy         
10. Pasquale Staropoli 
- Archliving Ferrara, Italy    
 
Group B - Architecture urban studies: principles and problems in the conservation of historic fabric

1. Stine Skov Pedersen - Århus School of Architecture, Denmark  
2. Mimmi Koponen 
- Tampere University of Technology, Finland       
3. Michal Saniewski 
- University of Cambridge, UK   
4. Francesco Chiacchiera 
- Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
5. Jihae Han - University of Cambridge, UK   
6. Alessandro Di Renzo 
- Politecnico di Torino, Italy
7. Henry Lyle - University of Cambridge, UK      
8. Rachael McCarthy 
- University of Liverpool, UK      
9. Sara Wessila Selicato 
- Politecnico di Torino, Italy

 

Group C - Documentation: archives, surveys, architectural and construction history

1. Liu Shengyu - Silpakorn University Bangkok, Thailand        
2. Minna Kulojärvi 
- Tampere University of Technology, Finland
3. Julia Jordan - Die Weimar-Bauhaus University, Germany 
4. Renato Angeloni 
- Università Politecnica delle Marche, Italy
5. Giulia Giust - Politecnico di Torino, Italy  
6. Mette Biström 
- Tampere University of Technology, Finland       
7. Nathatai Chansen 
- Silpakorn University Bangkok, Thailand 
8. Alice Pozzati 
- Politecnico di Torino, Italy   
9. Rosa Urso 
- Politecnico di Torino, Italy  

Participating Universities 


Università Politecnica delle Marche

University of Cambridge
Politecnico di Torino
Tampere University of Technology
Sapienza Università di Roma
Die Bauhaus-Universität Weimar
ENSA Clermont-Ferrand
Granada School of Architecture
University of Liverpool 

Staff


Teaching staff

Antonello Alici (Director), Luca Barello, Paolo Bonvini, Francesco Clementi, Paolo Clini, Donal Cooper, Nicolas Detry, Maddalena Ferretti, Silvia Gron, Olli-Paavo Koponen, Giuseppe Lanzo, Stefano Lenci, Gianluigi Mondaini, Patricia Muñiz Nuñez, Ramona Quattrini, Nicholas Ray, Giulia Viggiani 

Keynote lecturers

Adrian Forty, Wendy Pullan

Tutors

Bernadette Devilat, Niccolò Suraci, Bethan Watson

Aims and strategies 

A group of architects, engineers and art historians will be based at Amandola. Project work will focus on securing the future of the monastery of San Francesco, damaged in recent earthquakes.


Field studies will include a visit to nearby Ascoli Piceno, and teaching will include:
 

• understanding seismic activity and how to mitigate its consequences
 

• principles and problems in the conservation of historic fabric
 

• the use of archival material in preparing design appraisals and reports and graduate.
 

Students will be given the opportunity to present their research for critical review.

Research group on History of Art 

University of Cambridge

 

Chiara Capulli

Angelica Federici  

Lucas Giles

Maria Harvey  

Krisztina Ilko  

Marina Ini  

At the end of the summer school there will be a public exhibition and a publication, recording the work.

PEOPLE

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