Master in Temporary Design for Public Spaces
The Temporary Design Master for Public Spaces is a training program for designers who want to work in the design of public spaces in the contemporary city. The urban context is today subject to increasingly rapid transformations. Public space must be able to accept these new demands, proposing changing scenarios and open processes of transformation that favor the construction of new urban narratives. The professional who acts in this context must be able to coordinate and experiment with new methods of intervention, optimizing the resources available and creating synergies between the various actors involved.
The student who will approach the Master will learn to develop an architectural project focused on public spaces: starting from the concept and the technical and material choices, passing through the study of colors, lights, to volumes and surfaces, thus having a complete perception of the changes taking place in the architectural and social field.
During the realization of the Project Work, the student will have the possibility to put into practice the skills acquired during the classroom phase, consolidating the acquired knowledge.
The IDI Master in Temporay Design for Public Spaces will consist of lectures, classroom design and guided tours, with the possibility of interfacing with Orizzontale, Roman excellence in the design of setting up public and non-public spaces.