STUDIO 4
180 HOUSING UNITS IN VENICE

Overview:
In Venice, the intersection of tourism and preservation equals Housing. This studio explores domestic life through the detailed development of the individual unit, shared areas and the common city, speculating that housing could still be idle, almost useless in the contemporary city – and can, therefore, represent a challenge to Venice's status quo today.

Field Trips:
Gino Valle and Cino Zucchi housing projects on Giudecca Island
Aldo Rossi, Alvaro Siza, and Carlo Aymonino Housing at Campo di Marte

Guests (TBC):
Daniel Tudor Munteanu (ofHouses)
Giovanna Silva (Humboldt Books)
Pier Paolo Tamburelli (baukuh)
Fosbury Architecture
DATES: July 1 - 13, 2021

DURATION: Two weeks

TUITION FEE: 1650 EURO

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 10, 2021

LANGUAGE:
English

HOURS: Total: 170 hrs

LOCATION:
Palazzo Michiel, Strada Nova, 4391, 30121 Campo Santi Apostoli

CALL OR WHATSAPP US:
+39 320 245 06 31

EMAIL US:
study@europeanculturalacademy.eu
HOW TO APPLY
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS
All applications should be received directly via the ECA website.

If you are a university student and the ECA's Exhibiting Architecture course is an approved study abroad programme you should also apply through the Global Mobility or International Office of your University to satisfy pre credit-point approval.

If you are a university student and the ECA's Exhibiting Architecture course is not an approved study abroad programme you are still welcome to apply for the course via the ECA website. Upon request the ECA is able to provide your university the appropriate coursework and syllabus information to support having your work recognised for credit within your degree. The ECA, however, cannot guarantee credit will be given.

STUDIO PREFERENCES
You are required to enter your studio preferences (1-4) when you apply for the Exhibiting Architecture course. We aim to allocate students to their first-choice studio, sometimes however this is not always possible. If you aren't allocated your preferred studio it will be helpful to know that studio's run in the same palazzo building in Venice and studio leaders and students often join other studios for review panels and lectures. Students will be notified of their studio allocation in May 2020.


ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
-Assessment Mode:
Group and Individual

-Equipment to Bring / Software Requirements:
Laptop running 3D modelling software

-Pre-requisite Skills:
Basic 3D Modelling software skills

MEET YOUR STUDIO LEADER
Urtzi Grau and Guillermo Fernández-Abascal
  • Urtzi Grau is an architect, director of the Master of Architecture and Master of Research at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS), and founding partner of the office Fake Industries Architectural Agonism.
  • Guillermo Fernández-Abascal is an architect, lecturer at UTS and co-director of GFA2. Based in Sydney, Australia and Santander, Spain, his recent work destabilises the dichotomy of research vs. buildings and includes diagrams, stories, exhibitions, films, prototypes, housing, and public buildings across the globe.
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