Structures and Mathematics in Dialogue
- Mario Monotti
- Paolo Venzi
In basic training, scientific and technical subjects are usually presented separately in theoretical form, in a way quite detached from the professional reality in which these subjects interact to solve everyday problems. The course’s purpose is to fill this gap by focusing on the applications of scientific subjects to architecture. Starting from the analysis of an idea, the architect seeks the rules to define the project: the subjects for discussion set out during the course, with the students being invited to engage in personal research, will centre on the search for these rules in relation to mathematics and structures.
Oral exam during the semester.