The Camerino Team divided themselves between Selinunte (Sicily) and Spoleto (Umbria). Martina and Alberto assisted MCA architects Francesco and Luca Sandri as tutors for the Selinunte summer school which focused on the complexity of historical place which deal with earthquake and disaster events. It was an opportunity to develop this topic in an international context. The guests of the event were other important architecture studio like 5+1 Architects and MVRDV.
In Spoleto, there was an interactive and itinerant workshop with various panel discussion, organized by the responsible of the reconstruction for Italy, focused on the rebuilding of places of the center of Italy destroyed by the earthquake. For the students of the Camerino Team, this was an important moment to understand the state of the art for this topic in the larger Italian context.
The School Team was involved in the development of the “school of the future”. They worked on simulations with the help of their tutors and had the opportunity to consult with Tommaso Bitossi from Transsolar. Yesterday was also an opportunity for them to have a consultation with Eng. Maurizio Milan about the seismic design of the school of the future.
Tommaso Bitossi is an Italian architect who works from Transsolar, an international climate climate engineering firm determined to create exceptional, highly comfortable indoor and outdoor spaces with a positive environmental impact. Maurizio Milan is an Italian engineer. He works in collaboration with world-famous architects such as Von Gerkan, Marg und Partner, Arata Isozaki, Rem Koolhaas, Herzog & de Meuron, Michele De Lucchi, Matteo Thun, Bolles+Wilson and Mario Cucinella. A long-time consultant of Renzo Piano, he has taken part in numerous projects RPBW