RecycLand is the 4th edition of the traveling Summer School promoted by the Laboratorio del Cammino (LdC). The LdC is an interuniversity network of students and researchers that develops innovative teaching projects to explore the methodological potential of walking in planning practice.
The Summer School will be held between August and September 2021, walking through the Biella, Ivrea, and Torino areas. Participants will be called to explore changes in the landscapes, providing spatial narratives and design trajectories to improve their liveability.
More info by clicking on the image on the right.
On April 29, 2021, the seminar "Il nuovo Piano territorialegenerale metropolitano di Torino" will be held, in Italian, in the framework of the "Contenuti e componenti della pianificazione di area vasta" Studio.
Guest speaker is Arch. Irene Mortari (Responsible for the PTGM project unit, Metropolitan City of Turin).
Click on the image on the left for more information.
The students’ enrollment service of the M.Sc in Territorial, Urban, Environmental and Landscape Planning invites you to a webinar aiming at presenting the contents and organization of the curriculum “Planning fo the Global Urban Agenda”.
The webinar will take place on Thursday 25th March 2021 – 9.00-10.00 CET
It will see the participation of:
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On March 23, 2021, the seminar "Esperienze di valorizzazione di un paesaggio tradizionale e dei suoi prodotti: la viticoltura 'eroica’" will be held, in Italian, in the framework of the initiatives of the Studio in Pianificazione paesaggistica e territoriale. Main guest is dr. Bianca Maria Seardo (Centro studi e ricerche per i paesaggi del vino di montagna).
For further info, click on the image on the left.
The workshop "Transport market liberalisation, tendering and competition. The role of Contract management" will be presented on March 24 and will held in April and May 2021.
The call to take part to the initiative "Ripensare i centri storici italiani. Dalla conoscenza alla gestione delle trasformazioni" is open to all students of the BSc and MSc in Territorial, Urban, Environmental and Landscape Planning.
Students (12) may send their candidature by March 3, 2021, following the details that are available on the leaflet (by clicking on the image on the left) and in the official call. The initiative will be held in Italian.
Torino Mapping Party (March 10, 2021) is a public virtual event that will involve volunteers, expert mappers, and citizens in updating and integrating maps in OpenStreetMap,
a fundamental component in the infomobility services Muoversi a Torino and Muoversi in Piemonte, availble to everyone living, working or visiting Turin and Piedmont.
The event, that will be held in Italian, will take place on the social interaction platform Discord. Participation is free until a max number of 50 participants. Previous experience with OpenStreetMap or specific mapping techniques is not necessary: expert participants will help those less familiar with the techniques.
It is possible to subscribe until March 7, 2021.
To the Bachelor’s Degree and MSc students in Territorial, Urban, Environmental and Landscape Planning
The new Call for international students mobility is online at:
The call is reserved to the students with an Italian bachelor degree, but there are other calls open also to the international students.
From the 2nd of December Politecnico di Torino will host the International Days, a number of online meetings to launch and describe the international mobility’s opportunities.
On the 9th of December at 13.30 CET (1.30 pm), there will be a specific presentation for the planning degrees of prof. Nadia Caruso.
The meeting is going to be on the Zoom platform, link:
ID meeting: 997 0577 8476
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