“Architecture of the commons” is the second in a series of mini-courses addressing some of the issues that sharply emerged with the Covid-19 pandemic, amplifing certain topics that were already evident. How do you design the common spaces shared by multiple people in buildings, and the common spaces between buildings? In this webinar Domus proposes to approach this theme with very different points of view ranging from a vision at the urban scale to the more particular one of buildings with specific functions and from the theoretical approach to the realization.
The course will take place Friday 16 October on the Teams platform from 4:00pm to 7:30pm.
Participants can interact with the speakers, ask questions and share comments live. To participate you need a computer and a good internet connection. The course will be registered. You can register here until October 14. The course will only take place if an adequate number of enrollments is reached.
Walter Mariotti, editorial director Domus
Presentation of the mini-course
Javier Arpa, Research and Education Coordinator of the Why Factory, Faculty of Architecture, TU Delft
Gilles Delalex, Muoto, architecture studio, Paris
Susanna Mirza, Alberto Pietroforte, architects, Rome
Open discussion among speakers and with participants
Moderator Simona Bordone – Domus special projects
Image: courtesy The green Dip research by the Why Factory, Mumbai classroom