Public Space and Relational Practices
Public Space and Relational Practices is a Module within the Master Relational Design and takes place from May 18 to June 10, 2014.
The Module sets up a formative experience in the field of procedural and relational design. It is informed to the definition of a cultural identity within the concept of common good. The aim is to appraise the relevance of such a historical, artistic and rural heritage as Stupinigi.
Providing a theoretical framework, the Module illustrates examples of relational practices in public space, such as Stupinigi. Thus, students have the chance of concretely experimenting with the design practice through a relational and procedural approach.
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