The fragment 279ab of the Forma Urbis Romae and the project for Regina Coeli

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California Polytechnic, Rome Programme in Architecture
ARCH420 History and Theory of Architecture
Interrupted city seminars #6
The fragment 279ab of
the Forma Urbis Romae
and the project for Regina Coeli
ASSOC. PROF. ALESSANDRO CAMIZ
Dynamic Research on Urban Morphology
DRUM laboratory, Özyeğin University
Presents Prof. Tom Rankin
Monday October 28th 2019, h. 11.00
Piazza Monte de’ Cenci 21, Rome
ARCH 420 – History and Theory of Architecture
California Polytechnic, Rome programme in Architecture

Digital Survey Tools for the knowledge of Built Heritage

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Özyeğin University, Department of Architecture
Laboratory of Dynamic Research on Urban Morphology
Interrupted city seminars #5
Digital Survey Tools
for the knowledge of Built Heritage
Prof. GIORGIO VERDIANI
ICAR17/08e Researcher
Coordinator of the DIDALABS System
Dipartimento di Architettura
Florence University, Italy
ARCH 401B Architecture Design Studio VI
Presents Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alessandro Camiz
Organisation: Özge Özkuvancı
Monday September 30th 2019
OzU-X Room B27
14.00

Interrupted cities: roundtable at Camerino University

XXIX International Seminar and Award for Architecture and Urban Culture, CONTEMPORARY ARCHITECTURE AND HISTORICAL CONTEXT, Camerino University Auditorium July 31 – August 4, 2019, Interrupted city seminars #5

Interrupted cities Roundtable

 

August 2nd 2019, 22:00

Università degli studi di Camerino

Auditorium Benedetto XIII

Via Le Mosse, 99

Camerino (MC)

Italy

Leopoldo Russo Ceccotti

Alessandro Camiz

Federica Visconti

Fabrizio Toppetti

Antonello Russo

Renato Capozzi

Olimpia Niglio

 

 

The discussion will focus on the compositive themes of the interrupted city and on the failure to reconstruct the Italian historical centers after the recent earthquakes. The international research project “interrupted cities” will be briefly illustrated.

 

La discussione verterà sulle tematiche compositive della città interrotta e sulla mancata ricostruzione dei centri storici italiani dopo i recenti terremoti.  Verrà illustrato brevemente il progetto di ricerca internazionale “interrupted cities”.

 

 

https://interruptedcity.wordpress.com

 

https://www.facebook.com/events/318242395718004/

 

Roma Interrotta

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AUDIO RECORDING

Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Architettura a C.U.
Scuola di Dottorato in Scienze dell’Architettura
Dipartimento di Architettura e Progetto
“Sapienza” Università di Roma
Interrupted city seminar # 6
Facoltà di Architettura
Roma Interrotta
Conferenza di Piero Sartogo
Facoltà di Architettura “Valle Giulia”
Venerdì 17 Maggio 2019, h. 16:00 Via A. Gramsci 53, Roma Aula “Bruno Zevi”
Saluti:
Orazio Carpenzano (Direttore, Dipartimento di Architettura e Progetto)
Presenta:
Piero Ostilio Rossi (Direttore, Scuola di Dottorato in Scienze dell’Architettura)
Coordinamento Scientifico: Rosalba Belibani (“Sapienza”, Università di Roma)
Alessandro Camiz (Özyeğin University, Istanbul)
Tom Rankin (California Polytechnic State University, Obispo CA)
Corso di Laurea Magistrale in Architettura a C.U.
Scuola di Dottorato in Scienze dell’Architettura
Dipartimento di Architettura e Progetto
“Sapienza” Università di Roma
Interrupted city seminar # 6
Facoltà di Architettura
Venerdì 17 Maggio 2019 alle 16.00, presso l’Aula Magna “Bruno Zevi” della Facoltà di
Architettura “Valle Giulia”, via Gramsci 53, Roma, si terrà una conferenza del
Architetto Piero Sartogo sul progetto del 1978 per Roma Interrotta. L’evento rientra nei
seminari del progetto internazionale Interrupted Cities, in collaborazione tra
“Sapienza” Università di Roma, California Polytechnic State University, Obispo CA e
Özyeğin University, Istanbul.
Coordinamento scientifico:
Rosalba Belibani, Sapienza Università di Roma
rosalba.belibani@uniroma1.it
Alessandro Camiz, Özyeğin University, Istanbul
alessandro.camiz@ozyegin.edu.tr
Tom Rankin, California Polytechnic State University, Obispo CA
thomas.rankin@uniroma1.it
Web:
https://interruptedcity.wordpress.com

Spatial Perception. Evolution of a Medieval Settlement, Galata (Pera)

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Özyeğin University, Department of Architecture
Interrupted city seminars #5
Spatial Perception. Evolution of a Medieval Settlement, Galata (Pera)
DR. HASAN SERCAN SAĞLAM
(KADIR HAS UNIVERSITY)
Monday May 6th 2019
Özyeğin University, Istanbul
Room AB3-342
14.00
ARCH 202B – Architecture design studio 3
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alessandro Camiz
Organisation: Özge Özkuvanci
The Genoese colony in Galata was thoroughly studied within several researches about its built heritage and spatial transformations. Most mapping attempts failed to place correctly some urban and architectural elements by matching the numerous primary sources and physical consistence of the urban settlement. Therein, radical spatial transformations occurred after the imperial edict of May 1303, and the following concession of March 1304. Both texts are analysed for an accurate cartographic reconstruction, and a slab dated 1316 is consequently interpreted. The Genoese expansion towards the eastern part of Galata was determined by two imperial concessions in May 1352 and August 1376. Nevertheless, when all the available resources are considered within an interdisciplinary approach, it is possible to clearly describe the main urban phases of the growing colony, including the forgotten remnants of Galata’s walls.
Dr. Hasan Sercan Sağlam was born in 1990. He completed his BSc on Urban and Regional Planning in Istanbul Technical University (2007-2011). He did his MA on Conservation and Regeneration in the University of Sheffield (2012-2013). He received his PhD degree from the Politecnico di Milano (2014-2018).

The Archaeological Museum in the Kyrenia Castle, Cyprus

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Lettura e Progetto dell’Architettura
Design Studio, Master in Architecture (Restoration) English Curriculum, “Sapienza”, Rome University
The Archaeological Museum in the Kyrenia Castle, Cyprus

Lecture: Assoc. Prof. Dr. Alessandro Camiz
(Özyeğin University)
Presents: Aggr. Prof. Dr. Paolo Carlotti
Discussants: Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Strappa
Prof. Dr. GianPiero Moretti
(Université Laval)

April 17th 2019, 15.00, «Sapienza» University of Rome, Faculty of Architecture, Room B5
Piazza Borghese, 9, Rome