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Towards a law for architecture.The legal framework
Carlo Scarpa room – free entry until full capacity
Four seminars to discuss principles, regulations and processes for governing the quality of urban development in Italy.
Architecture is an integral part of our lives, it represents quality, it affects our actions and is the background to our everyday activities.
MAXXI posits four events that aim to reignite the discussion of a subject that can be put off no longer: the necessity of a law for architecture.
The objective of the events is to highlight themes and functional needs to those who are called upon to get involved with the law but, even more pressingly, to those who are involved with cultural movements across the entire country.
The legal framework.Policies for the centrality of the project
The third event will analyse how, in order to guarantee the quality of the environment in which we live, it is crucial that the architect has exclusive jurisdiction over architectural and landscape design. It will also analyse how the direction of a transformational intervention is entrusted only to the architectural project as a tool capable of understanding and balancing the different needs and competencies of the sector involved (functional, structural, plant design, etc.), in an inclusive and non-specialist approach.
Moderator Maria Claudia Clemente
Speakers Edoardo Bianchi Gabriele Scicolone Luca Molinari Paolo Urbani Alessandro Cimenti Tommaso Dal Bosco Lorenzo Ricciarelli