On what assumptions should a new model for schools be based in terms of security, architecture, urban planning and economic sustainability? We will discuss this in our webinar on November 26th, starting from the research of Alfonso Femia (Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia) and Ivo Allegro (Initiative).
Social Impact School is the title of the new webinar promoted by Fondazione per l’architettura / Torino, scheduled for Thursday, November 26th: a 3-hour full immersion that will investigate the assumptions on which to base a new model for school buildings in our country through a multi-voice dialogue.
Starting from the observation that many schools in Italy are not safe from an earthquake-proof, fireproof and anticontage point of view, the meeting wants to be an opportunity to imagine operational tools capable of responding to these deficiencies, but also to think about possible design solutions, urban planning and environmental and economic sustainability.
The comparison will start from the research of Atelier(s) Alfonso Femia, architect and moderator of the meeting, who will deepen the issue through three main strands: financial capacity, economic sustainability and architectural and urban design. Three ideas from which the discussion will start with the president of the Fondazione per l’architettura Alessandra Siviero, the vice-president of the Ordine Architetti Torino Cristina Coscia, the director of the Fondazione per l’architettura / Torino Eleonora Gerbotto, the founder and partner of Iniziativa Ivo Allegro, the director of the Fondazione per la Scuola della Compagnia di San Paolo Nicola Crepax, the director of the Agnelli Foundation Andrea Gavosto, the Councillor for Education of the City of Milan Laura Galimberti, the Councillor for Urban Planning of Prato Valerio Barberis, the Mayor of Settimo Torinese Elena Piastra, the President of the Order of Architects Bologna Pier Giorgio Giannelli, the CEO of IREN Energia Giuseppe Bergesio and Giovanni Spatti of Wood Beton S. p.A.
Registrations are open: go to the dedicated page and book your place at the webinar!