University residences in Italy: comparison between four projects

  • Adolfo F. L. Baratta Roma Tre University
  • Claudio Piferi University of Firenze
Keywords: university buildings, university residences, university students, law 338/2000

Abstract

Recently, the construction policy of the Italian universities has been characterized by a complex implementation process aimed at rebalancing structural equipment and meeting previous and current needs. From this point of view, many existing and new buildings have been acquired by the Universities to solve the shortcomings of student reception and the international mobility. The contribution describes four experiences of design research and realization of university residences, promoted by the Luigi Bocconi University of Milan, IUAV of Venice, Florence University and Salerno University: different situations that reiterate how much programming and design affect the overall quality of a University.

Author Biographies

Adolfo F. L. Baratta, Roma Tre University

Architect and PhD, he is Associate Professor at the Department of Architecture. He carries out activities in the areas of production and construction, quality and environment, procedure and technological design.
E-mail: adolfo.baratta@uniroma3.it

Claudio Piferi, University of Firenze

Architect and PhD, he is Associate Professor at the Department of Architecture. He carries out teaching and research in the field of architectural technologies, both in design and methodological/procedural matrix.
E-mail: claudio.piferi@unifi.it

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University Residence in Sesto Fiorentino
Published
2018-06-30
How to Cite
Baratta, A. F. L. and Piferi, C. (2018) “University residences in Italy: comparison between four projects”, AGATHÓN | International Journal of Architecture, Art and Design, 3(online), pp. 167-174. doi: 10.19229/2464-9309/3222018.
Section
Architecture | Research & Experimentation
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