The MIAW-Milan International Architecture Workshop is the international intensive programme at the Politecnico di Milano – School of Architecture Urban Planning Construction Engineering, that provides an international design forum for schools, teachers, and students, but it is also an informal platform to discuss issues and share ambitions that education implies. It aims to stimulate cross-over thinking between researchers and practitioners in the design field, involving different scales and encouraging an interdisciplinary approach towards design problems. The MIAW 2021 edition focused on the 2026 Winter Olympic Games Milano-Cortina. The workshop experimented with new design approaches to make the Olympic Games physically responsible, socially sustainable, and environmentally friendly.

Corinna Del Bianco, Camillo Magni, Giulia Setti
MIAW 2021
2026 Olympic Games and the City

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isbn 9788862425933
book series MIAW
number 6
current edition 10 / 2021
first edition 10 / 2021
language English
pages 224
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Corinna Del Bianco is a researcher in architecture and urban studies. She is PhD and adjunct professor of Urban Design at the Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Her research and professional interests regard the documentation and analysis of the places’ cultural identity with a foc...

Corinna Del Bianco is a researcher in architecture and urban studies. She is PhD and adjunct professor of Urban Design at the Politecnico di Milano, Italy. Her research and professional interests regard the documentation and analysis of the places’ cultural identity with a focus on the culture of living in self-built urban environments. She is founder and board member of the Fondazione Romualdo Del Bianco, based in Florence, Italy, dedicated to dialogue among cultures. In 2020, she founded the Corinna Del Bianco Studio, in which she conducts research, curatorship projects and educational activities. www.corinnadelbianco.com

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Camillo Magni teaches Architectural Design as Assistant Professor at Politecnico of Milan. He is author of more than 90 scientific papers, two books and co-editor for Casabella. In 2007 he founded “Operastudio” a design office in M...

Camillo Magni teaches Architectural Design as Assistant Professor at Politecnico of Milan. He is author of more than 90 scientific papers, two books and co-editor for Casabella. In 2007 he founded “Operastudio” a design office in Milan and he leads the NGO Architetti senza frontiere Italia, working in several countries around the word. 

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Giulia Setti has a Ph.D. in Architecture and is an assistant professor in Architecture and Urban Design at the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies, Politecnico di Milano. Her research focuses on topics related both to the reuse of industrial architecture, as well as the typ...

Giulia Setti has a Ph.D. in Architecture and is an assistant professor in Architecture and Urban Design at the Department of Architecture and Urban Studies, Politecnico di Milano. Her research focuses on topics related both to the reuse of industrial architecture, as well as the typologies of contemporary public spaces. Currently, she is involved in the “Territorial Fragilities” research project coordinated by the DAStU Department of Excellence (2018-2022). In 2014-2015, she conducted teaching and research activities at CEPT University, Ahmedabad (India). In 2018, she has published Oltre la dismissione. Strategie di recupero per tessuti e manufatti industriali; in 2022, she has published Stepwell. Architetture per l’acqua nel Gujarat. Tra valorizzazione, progetto e recupero.

 

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