July 16-21, 2018 – Casarola, Monchio delle Corti, Parma
The Poet's House - Designing the historical, cultural and architectural heritage of Attilio Bertolucci's Casarola
Director: Vittorio Uccelli
Professor responsible: Barbara Bogoni, Vittorio Uccelli
Coordinator: Simone Cagozzi
Places available: 50
- 30 students coming from Polytechnic of Milan, Mantua Campus (SOLD OUT)
- 20 students coming from Polytechnic of Milan, all other Campus and other Schools of Architecture
CFU: 4 CFU recognized*
* The credits will be recognized by provenance Schools
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The Poet's House International Architecture Workshop, will be held in Casarola, Monchio delle Corti (PR) during the week from July 16th to 21st, 2018. The village of Casarola is known as the place of choice for poet Attilio Bertolucci and his son, director Bernardo Berlolucci. Attilio's seventeenth century home is located in the upper part of the village, where he had long periods of inspiration until the last years of his life.
The Architecture Workshop, The Poet's House, offers all participants an intense experience of planning in a significant cultural context, landscape and environment. The seminar will allow students to meet internationally renowned architects, to work closely with a number of visiting critics, and to be assisted by architects functioning as tutors.
The Workshop fees (€ 270,00) include, in addition to studio work and all the necessary materials, accommodation for the entire week in Monchio delle Corti, all lunches and dinners - as scheduled - in the cultural centre "le Ciliegie" in Casarola, convivial evenings and any related initiatives (screenings, poetry readings, guided tours, etc.).
The Architectural Workshop in Casarola is part of the evolutionary process and planning of the territory between the area of the county of Monchio, the National Park of the Tuscan-Emilian Apennines and the Western Emilia Macro Area.
The activities of the week will include the development of topics solicited from real issues. The projects developed during the workshop will provide a better understanding of the organization of these places and will ensure, through a wide-ranging debate, the evolution of the planning concept of the villages, the land and the mountain environment in a broad sense.
These completed projects will be used to verify the original planning process, and help to contribute ideas and experimentation.
The conclusion of the seminar will be an evaluation of the projects completed by the participants, teachers, tutors, and representatives of local authorities, in a public review and discussion of results.
An exhibition of the results of the Architectural Workshop The Poet's House will be held at the headquarters of Mantova - Politecnico di Milano.