Il video che segue è la fedele ricostruzione della presentazione del progetto dello Studanteum avvenuta il 09 dicembre 2021 nell’Aula Magna della Sapienza. Esso dunque descrive la genesi del progetto e i suoi esiti senza nascondere la repentinità delle scete intuitive nè la lentezza delle divagazioni critiche che, insieme, fanno del processo di progettazione un’attività ardua e felice.
Lucio Barbera speach at 44th World Heritage Committee Session Webinar on HUL
Autoritratto di una generazione (1920-1950)
Professori di Composizione della Facoltà di Architettura della Sapienza
Collana ideata e diretta da Lucio Valerio Barbera
Comitato Scientifico: Lucio Valerio Barbera, Marta Calzolaretti, Orazio Carpenzano, Piero Ostilio Rossi
Comitato di Redazione: Rosalba Belibani, Alessandra Capanna, Fabio Cutroni (coordinatore), Anna Irene Del Monaco (coordinatore), Dina Nencini, Manuela Raitano
Lucio Barbera welcome remarks to the Puerto Rico Restart 3 workshop lead by Martha Kohen, University of Florida.
See also details on the book: Transitions Rural Industrial Urban
The Feltre-Belluno valley – “Valbelluna” in Italian (FEBEL here, for our initiative) – is part of the province of Belluno, one of the seven provinces of Veneto, the largest of these. The territory of the Province is almost all included in the Piave river basin. The river reaches the Adriatic Sea near Venice and has been the steadiest and oldest link in the Belluno area with the Republic of Venice. The river waters were in fact used to transport the magnificent trunks of beeches, firs and larches that populated – and still populate – the Dolomites, to the Arsenal of Venice, the splendid mountains that make the province of Belluno an alpine area of great environmental and cultural value.
La valle di Feltre-Belluno – “Valbelluna” in italiano, (FEBEL per la nostra iniziativa) – fa parte della provincia di Belluno, una delle sette province del Veneto, la più grande tra queste. Il territorio della Provincia è quasi tutto compreso nel bacino idrico del fiume Piave. Il fiume raggiunge il mare Adriatico vicino a Venezia ed è stato il collegamento più saldo e più antico del territorio bellunese con la Repubblica di Venezia. Le acque fluviali furono infatti utilizzate per trasportare nell’Arsenale di Venezia i magnifici tronchi di faggi, abeti e larici che popolavano – e tuttora popolano – le Dolomiti, le splendide montagne che fanno della provincia di Belluno un’area alpina di grandissimo valore ambientale e culturale.
La La città radicale di Ludovico Quaroni_08 luglio 2019, Aula Magna Valle Giulia
Title: Resisting Urban Anemia: experiences and perspectives
Puerto Rico Re_Start
Puerto Rico Re_Start 2018
March 16th to 26th 2018 San Juan – Puerto Rico
#urbananemia; in the international workshop Puerto Rico Re_Start (http://puertoricorestart.org/) with the participation of
UNESCO Chair in Sustainable Quality and Urban Culture, notably in Africa I diagnosed
the situation of the human settlement in the area as URBAN ANEMIA.
#urbananemia: human settlement physically and functionally appears to be still in a good
state but the demographic, social, economic and cultural resources are in a continuous silent
decrease. The first symptoms of URBAN ANEMIA is the necrosis of marginal settlements.
Lucio Barbera @ Puerto Rico Re_start, 16-24 March 2018.
After the consequential Hurricanes Irma and Maria passage through the Island of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands, the Office of UF VP Dr. David Norton opened the possibility of supporting UPR Faculty and Graduate Students for a limited stay at UF. We were able to receive two Faculty members and 7 students for 4 weeks. CHU acted as the host of the activities and actively engaged in logistics and academics with the visitors. Sponsored by Dean Anumba DCP, and Director Alread SOA, we developed jointly the ideas for an International Workshop, to be held yearly in Puerto Rico. The first edition will be in 2018 from March 16th to 26th
The Puerto Rico Re_Start PREP, the preparatory instance held between October 16th and October 30th, presented its results publicly on November 1st in the School of Architecture. It produced extensive background research, bibliographic and web content, alumni linkages, consolidated in a google drive data bank. The visitors returned to Puerto Rico after the conclusion.
The PR RS International Project Workshop has gathered the support of The Chancellor of UPR, the UNESCO Chair in Sustainable Urban Quality and Culture Rome, the UF Center for Latin American Studies and the College of DCP through academic units and Centers.
The Puerto Rico Re_Start International Project Workshop, PR_RS co-organized by the University of Florida and the University of Puerto Rico will address the resiliency of the Islands, with expected consequences for the Virgin Islands, Guadalupe, Dominica, Barbuda,
Haiti and Cuba. Interdisciplinary participants will gather around subjects of research and proposals. Professionals, faculty and students from UPR, UF, and international institutions from Europe and Latin America will direct the Design Laboratories, while an Open Lecture Series will discuss publicly the advancement scenarios. Representatives from stakeholders and public officials will join the discussions. Results will be presented publicly and published.
Urban Adaptation Initiative
21st June 2017 – Aula Fiorentino, Facoltà di Architettura, Sapienza Università di Roma, Via Gramsci 53
Open Seminar – UNESCO Chair in Sustainable Urban Quality and Urban Culture, notably in Africa, Sapienza University of Rome
Opening Remarks – 9.00
Renato Masiani, Vice Rector, SapienzaUniversity of Rome
Orazio Carpenzano, Director Department of Architecture and Design, Sapienza University of Rome
Lucio Barbera, Chair-holder UNESCO Chair in “Sustainable Urban Quality” Sapienza
Lucio Ubertini/Chiara Biscarini, UNESCO Chair “Water Resources Management and Culture”
Seminar – 9.30
Anna Irene Del Monaco, Department of Architecture and Design (Sapienza) – UNESCO Chair SUQ Secretary General
Urban Adaptation Initiative Introduction
Nancy Clark, University of Florida, Director Center for Hydro-generated Urbanism (CHU) Paradigms of Adaptation
Paolo Lupino, Regione Lazio, Parco Regionale dei Castelli Romani/former Direzione Regionale Risorse Idriche e Difesa del Suolo
Impacts of climate change on coastal protection strategies
Carlo Cecere/Francesco Napolitano, Department of Civil, Constructional and Environmental Engineering (Sapienza)
Urban Systemic Approach for Flooding Events
Michele Morganti, Department of Civil, Constructional and Environmental Engineering (Sapienza)
Federica Rosso, Department of Civil, Constructional and Environmental Engineering (Sapienza)
Michele Giglioni, Department of Civil, Constructional and Environmental Engineering (Sapienza)
Simona Mannucci, Department of Civil, Constructional and Environmental Engineering (Sapienza)
Orazio Carpenzano, Director Department of Architecture and Design (Sapienza)
A Research lecture notes on the Rome Waterfront.
Antonino Saggio, Coodinator Doctorate in Theories of Architecture (Sapienza)
Design Works Presentation on Miami – 14.30
Lucio Barbera, Anna Irene Del Monaco
Teresa Pagano: New settlement in Hialeah, between Miami River and Snake Creek Canal.
Marta Rigato: The Palmer Lake industrial area urban regeneration. Urban strategies to tackle sea level rise.
Consuelo Camerota: Miami Spring Future. Habitat Miami Resilience.
Eleonora Iacobucci: Miami Spring. An adaptive neighborhood.
Luca Pozzati: Brickell District. Urban renovation and high-rise retrofitting.
Gianluca Protani: Brickell Waterfront renovation. SE 12th street high-rise retrofitting.
Alessandra Capuano, Coodinator Doctorate in Landscape and Environment Design and Management (Sapienza)
World city days – 30/10/2016, Shanghai
Department of Architecture, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Inauguration of IUSCS (June 2016)
Coastal and Internal Settlements Adaption to Climate Change | 14/10/2016 | Rome Conference
UNESCO Chair in “Sustainable Urban Quality and Urban Culture, notably in Africa”, Sapienza University of Rome
Dipartimento di Architettura e Progetto, Sapienza Università di Roma
Consortium of Hydro-generated Urbanism, University of Florida, USA.
Conference | 14 October 2016 | UNESCO Chair in “Sustainable Urban Quality and Urban Culture, notably in Africa”, Sapienza University of Rome
Dipartimento di Architettura e Progetto, Sapienza Università di Roma – Consortium of Hydro-generated Urbanism, University of Florida, USA
Coastal and Internal Settlements Adaptation to Climate Change
Facoltà di Architettura, Sapienza Università di Roma, Piazza Borghese, 9 – Aula Magna
Morning: 9:30 – Chair: Lucio Barbera, Martha Kohen
Introduction and greetings – 9:30-10:00
Renato Masiani, Sapienza Vice-Rector
Lucio Ubertini, UNESCO Chair Water Resources Management, H2CU Sapienza
Anna Maria Giovenale, Dean of the Faculty of Architecture Sapienza
Piero Ostilio Rossi, Director of Department of Architecture and Design Sapienza
Presentation of the Conference – 10:00-10:15
Lucio Valerio Barbera, UNESCO Chair in Sustainable Urban Quality, Sapienza University of Rome
Martha Kohen, Director Consortium of Hydro-generated Urbanism, University of Florida, USA
Keynote Speech – 10:15-10:45
Franco Prodi, CNR – ISAC (Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate) – The Problem of Climate Change: scientific forecast or scenarios?
Research Presentation – 11:00-11:30
Francesco Napolitano, Sapienza University of Rome – Adaptation and mitigation strategies for flood risk in urban areas
Nancy Clark, Director Consortium of Hydro-generated Urbanism, University of Florida, USA – Sea Level Rise and the Future of Coastal Urban Settlements; the case of Florida
Miami Urban Future Workshop: Sea Level Rise and the Future of Coastal Settlements – 11:30-13:00
Nancy Clark, Director Consortium of Hydro-generated Urbanism, University of Florida, USA – Overall organization of the workshop (NYC, Mississippi Delta, Miami)
Martha Kohen, Director Consortium of Hydro-generated Urbanism, University of Florida, USA – The premise of the sites: Three Waterfronts Miami
Tomaso Monestiroli, Politecnico di Milano; Silvia Aloisio, PhD Sapienza; Francesco Menegatti, Politecnico di Milano – Miami Urban Future Workshop Results
Nancy Clark, CHU UF; Valentino Matteis, PhD Sapienza; Dario Orlando, PhD Sapienza; Anna Irene Del Monaco, Sapienza – Project Development by Sapienza and CHU UF students
Discussion Session – 13:00-13:30 – Moderator Lucio Valerio Barbera
Alessandra Capuano Sapienza University of Rome, Patrizia Trovalusci Sapienza University of Rome, Francesca Giofrè Sapienza University of Rome
Lunch Break: 13:30
Afternoon: 14:30 – Chair: Anna Irene Del Monaco, Sapienza University of Rome
Introduction – 14:30-15:00
Lucio Valerio Barbera, UNESCO Chair in Sustainable Urban Quality and Urban Culture, notably in Africa – What message from Venice?
Research Presentation – 15:00-17:30
Orazio Carpenzano, Sapienza University of Rome – Chioggia, the harbour and the city
Carlo Cecere, Sapienza University of Rome – The River Tiber Estuary and the coast of Rome
Antonino Saggio, Sapienza University of Rome – Tevere Cavo. An ecological infrastruture among past and future
Nabil el Hady, Cairo University (Egypt) – On a Search for a decent survival
Robinson Manguro, Kenyatta National Hospital (Kenya) – Sea level rise and the Kenyan coastal infrastructure
Zhengxu Zhou, Tsinghua University – Climate Adaptability of Mountainous Minorities. Villages in Southwest China
Belula Tecle Misghina, Sapienza University of Rome – Eritrea Coast and Climate Change
Francesca Giofrè, Sapienza University of Rome – Tools for regeneration of the ‘urban’ settlements in Central and South America
Conclusions and launching new international group and future meetings –17:30-18:00
Lucio Barbera; Martha Kohen.