This professional development course held by architect Giorgio Stappazzon aims to set the relationship between architecture and nature into a historical framework
and explore its evolution through the various historical styles and periods characterising the most important works.
Current research trends in the application of nature-based principles in architecture will be reviewed, illustrating a number of case histories from international innovative laboratories. PROGRAMME
• Origin of the "Organic Architecture" concept: principles of the Steiner school
• The American school: from Sullivan and Lloyd Right to Soleri
• The modernist Catalan school: Anton Gaudì and the application of botanical studies: the Sagrada Familia
• Organic architecture in Italy: Bruno Zevi
• Building-nature integration: artificial green spaces and greentech
• Main current trends:
The course is worth 4 continuing education credits (CFP) for architecture students and 0.5 credits for agronomy and forestry students For accreditation to the event with awarding of the credits, download the registration form and send it completed to the address: firstname.lastname@example.org
- • Biology and architecture: principal processes under study and possible applications
- • Botany and architecture: structural principles and application horizons
- • Israel Pavilion of the Venice Biennale
- • Terreform
Click here to download the registration form.For accreditation to the event without awarding of the credits, complete the form at the bottom of the page.