Conference organized by Sapienza University of Rome from 28 February to 4 March.
The contemporary stadium is increasingly flexible, dynamic and technological, and increasingly assumes a transversal value in particular in its relationship to the city and especially when it is incorporated into the urban fabric, where thinking and planning converge on a grand scale.
Sports infrastructure re-confronts cities, renovated over several floors, and these themes are increasingly being integrated into the complex planning process for the stadium. This will be discussed in the design workshop The Playground in the City: Towards a New Public Space organized by Department of Architecture Design Technology Planning, Sapienza University of Rome, scheduled from Monday 28 February to Friday 4 March 2022.
The morning of the workshop, which will include students, will alternate with the afternoons of the symposium with a series of interventions by professionals, scholars and architects dealing with design and cultural issues related to the stadium and the city.
The entire event can be followed live in the broadcast at this link: https://meet.google.com/utw-qrmt-fqa
Antonio Konazza (Editor) Archstadia) who will propose to intervene on The cultural value of the contemporary stadium in relation to architecture and the city (The intervention is scheduled for 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 1.)
The full program can be downloaded here.
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