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Forty students (thirty students studying in Tirana and ten students studying in Athens) will work on their projects in groups. The groups will be guided by and work with the tutors. The project will be organized in two stages (Monday to Saturday evening):


Monday to Wednesday:

Stage 1: The students will need to understand how the complex urban environment works and re-produces itself, by identifying the existing typologies of the urban fabric. They may trace down everyday practices, collect urban experiences, analyze housing typologies and typologies of public / common-use / private spaces, record land uses, population and building densities, public infrastructures, social networks, and think over the processes and the dynamics of spatial development, as well as the intertwined relations of spaces, uses and meanings. Also they have to combine their findings in order to identify the general structure of the study area. Students will present their findings on Wednesday afternoon, along with the suitable tools and methods they choose for their interventions. For the presentation they have to prepare a poster A1 size.


Thursday to Saturday:

Stage 2: In this stage students will elaborate concepts / strategies / scenarios aiming to improve the urban environment and the living standards of the inhabitants, at the neighbourhood level, or within a network of spaces. The students will propose an urban design or planning project. For instance they could work on a mini masterplan for a specific neighbourhood, or design public and semi-public spaces, within a neighbourhood or within a wider network (with facilities such as parks, playgrounds, sports & culture), or focusing on various aspects of public infrastructure (programmatic, spatial and social).



The projects will be presented and discussed on Saturday afternoon. Students are asked to present two posters A1 size with their proposal.














































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