LandWorks Cosenza 2017 | 14-28 May 2017


18th-28th May, COSENZA


Based on the encouraging success of LW Sardinia 2011/12/13/14/15/16, LandWorks Cultural Association 2017 will for the first time cross the island boundary of Sardinia to focus its attention on Calabria in South Italy.

LandWorks, in collaboration with the DADU (Department of Architecture, Design and Urbanism, University of Sassari), the DIATIC (Department of Environmental Engineering and Land and Chemical Engineering, University of Calabria), the Municipality of Cosenza and other partners, will design and realize a number of in-situ projects to underline the significance and potential of the exceptional cultural heritage of the historical city center of Cosenza.

Together, with local actors and under the guidance of internationally renowned professional guests, the workshop participants will build temporary and permanent installations to contribute to the innovative restoration, renewal and economic recovery of the chosen sites.

With the participation of:

Isabella INTI | | Milan
Ferdinand LUDWIG+Sergio SANNA | | Stuttgart

Christian PHONGPHIT | SoA+D | Bangkok

Antonio SCARPONI | | Zürich

For the first time, in addition to the landscape installations workshop, there will also be the photography workshop, in which participants will capture images of the participants and projects in order to document and interpret the territories and their transformations during the realization of the installations, under the guidance of:

Filippo ROMANO | Photography | Milan

Direction + Coordination

Stefan TISCHER | LandWorks and UNiSS, Scientific Director

Paola CANNAVÒ | UniCAL, Scientific Director
Paola SERRITTU | LandWorks, Logistic Coordinator
Erminia D’ALESSANDRO | UniCAL, Logistic Coordinator

The overall hours of the workshops correspond to 4 credits ECTS in the related fields: landscape architecture (ICAR 15), architecture workshops (ICAR 14), urban design (ICAR 20/21) and photography, and will be certificated with a workshop diploma for approval by the participants’ home institution | info:

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