Undergraduate and graduate programmes offered by the University iuav of Venice:

Doctoral programme in architecture, city and design

 

track

“Villard d’Honnecourt” international doctorate

in architecture

 

location

Palazzo Badoer

San Polo 2468

Venice

 

information

tel. +39 041 257 1731 / 1865 / 1886 / 1787

dottorati@iuav.it

 

coordinator

Giuseppe Ciorra, UniversitÓ di Camerino

villard

 

partner institutions

Ecole Nationale SupÚrieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville (France)

Technische Universiteit Delft (The Netherlands)

Universidad PolitÚcnica de Madrid (Spain)

 

faculty body

UniversitÓ Iuav di Venezia

Aldo Aymonino, Fernanda De Maio, Alberto Ferlenga, Sara Marini,

 

other universities

Piotr Barbarewicz (UniversitÓ degli Studi di Udine), Robertino Cavallo (Technische Universiteit Delft), Giuseppe Ciorra (UniversitÓ di Camerino), Giovanni Corbellini (Politecnico di Torino), Sergio MartÝn Blas (UPM), Virginie Picon-Lefebvre (Ecole Nationale SupÚrieure d'Architecture de Paris-Belleville), Heidi Sohn (Technische Universiteit Delft)

 

phd students

Giulia Buffoli, Chiara Carrera, Giacomo De Caro, Marco De Napoli, Alessandro De Salvi, Riccardo Del Fabbro, Martina Dussin, Giulio Marchetti, Alessandra Pelizzari, Giuseppe Ricupero, Renzo Sgolacchia

 

 

presentation

 

The international track Villard de Honnecourt, which is organised in agreement with the Ecole Nationale SupÚrieure d'Architecture de Paris-Belleville (France), the Technische Universiteit Delft (Netherlands) and the Universidad de Madrid (Spain), deals specifically with a theme that can be summarised as 'Post-Urban'.

This research field aims at the reading and interpretation of the XXI Century phenomena tied to the concept of architecture and urbanity. The programme’s choice is to interpret such phenomena in the frame of the contemporary theoretical and cultural context, by focusing on the articulated evolution of the role of the architect and to the ecologic and geopolitical background that heavily influences architecture theory and practice. Students’ research work will aim at scanning such intellectual landscape, deconstructing its origins, trends, intersections with other disciplines, while keeping in mind that architecture - however solid may be the autonomous structure of its knowledge - is a growingly effective medium in building new relations.