This proposal intends to promote a dialog between landscape &infrastructure design among researchers, teachers, professionals, students and PHD students on key cases, best practices, methods and innovative design strategies for a better integration between infrastructure and landscape.
This event will be a part of Expotunnel, Professional Exhibition on Underground Technologies in Bologna next October, from the 17 to the 19.
The initiative program is composed by two interrelated parts:
1 – Call-for –papers. We encourage researchers, administrators, professionals, academics and PHD students to submit proposals on strategies and methods, criticism , case study analyses and professional statements in the current international debate. We will specify in next pages a few key-cases categories and approaches.
2 – Workshop. Work spaces within the Fiera district will allow students to opportunity to work on selected case studies: critical areas between urban spaces and infrastructures, urban fringes and urban discontinuities in mobility systems in Urban and rural areas. Casestudies will be selected according to their value within the landscape and relationship to the tunnels.
Call for papers proposals will be selected by blind peer review, and full papers will be published in «In_Bo . Ricerche e progetti per il territorio, la città, l’architettura» [IN_Bo, Territorial, Urban and Architectural researches and projects], International journal edited by the Department of Architecture of Bologna University. (ISSN 2036-1602, http://in_bo.unibo.it/).
Some authors of accepted proposals will be invited by editors of the Journal to display their proposal at Expotunnel, and to co-chair the studentworkshop.
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