Agreement between DiArc-UNINA Italy and CoA-UPD Philippines: thoughts by coordinators
The article presents the first three years, of study and research activities, in the field of post-emergency design in the Philippines, carried out within the International Agreement between the Department of Architecture of the University Federico II of Naples (DiArc- UNINA) and the College of the Architecture of the University of the Philippine Diliman (CoA-UPD). Through the interview with coordinators Pasquale Miano for DiArc-UNINA, Gerard Rey Lico and Danilo Jose Silvestre for CoA-UPD, it focuses on the affinities and the differences of the design approaches used.
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