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WHY ROME? The First Metropolis


Rome Strategic Geo location


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Rome today Tiber river dividing the city into East and West


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Rome today Seven Hills overlay


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ROME CENTER


ROME CENTER _ View from the Aventine Hill


St. Peter’s Square

Saint Peter’s Square, Rome. © Sergey Karpov/Shutterstock.com


Piazza Navona


IMPERIAL ROME Â

Basilica of Maxentius

Baths of Caracalla

Circus Maximus and Imperial Palace on Palatine Hill


RENAISSANCE ROME

Farnese Palace)

Vatican Gardens)

Campidoglio)


BAROQUE ROME

Barberini Palace

Saint Peter’s Colonnade and Piazza

San Carlo alle Quattro Fontane


Pantheon - 126 AD

Post Office Via Marmorata - 1935

S. Pietro In Montorio - 1502

MAXXI - 2009


Layers : Temple of Hadrian / Borsa (Stock Market)


Layers: Theater of Marcellus/ Renaissance Palazzo

Trajanâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Market/ Rione Monti


Layers: Bath of Diocletian/Santa Maria degli Angeli and a layered Residential Corner


Layers: View of the Temple of Mars from residential street


ROME - Street Life


Summer Night in Trastevere


Piazzas and Markets


Everyday use of streets


LOCATION


::: Program LOCATION / STUDIO - Via della Gatta Pantheon)


STUDIO SPACE


HOUSING Santa MARIA in CAPPELLA – TRASTEVERE area


2014


COURSES (16 credits) DSGN 4100

APFC4242

AVSM3310

AHST 6350 AHST 4510

AHST6350

AHST4510


CALENDAR


DESIGN STUDIO Project 1 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Piazza Analysis 1. Navona 2. S. Maria della Pace 3. Pantheon 4. Campo de Fiori 5. Farnese 6. Sant'Ignazio 7. Spagna 8. Popolo


PIAZZA /  Public  Space  _  ROME   WHY START WITH the PIAZZA? • ARCHETYPE OF PUBLIC SPACE • ORGANIZING NUCLEOUS/VOID OF THE URBAN FABRIC • CITY AS SYSTEM OF PIAZZE • POWER – REPRESENTATION – ORDINARY LIFE – EVERYDAY COMMERCE WHY ROMAN (ITALIAN) PIAZZE ARE EXEMPLAR? • HARMONY OF COMPONENTS • CONNECTIONS/LEADING/FRAMING • HUMAN SCALE – CENTURIES OF SHARING

1. Analysis: Historical / spatial / formal layer Social / temporal layer 2. Abstract Interpretation and/or Installation proposal


Piazza Analysis _ REVIEWS 2014


Piazza di Spagna _ Historical / spatial / formal layer


Piazza Navona _ Abstract Interpretation Â


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DESIGN STUDIO Project 2 FALL 2014 DSGN 4100 GALFIONE-COX + SABATELLO M, T, Th: 1-5pm

RE-INVENTING URBAN VOIDS A Contemporary Intervention in the heart of Renaissance Rome


Massing Strategies)


4 Massing Strategies _ In Context)


PROJECT: SUMMARY BOARDS  


DRAWING


Observation and Analytical Sketches


Observation)

Analysis)

Abstraction)


Composite Map


Composite Map Â


ARCHITECTURAL LANGUAGES TSA at the Pantheon Institute and URBAN FORM HISTORY COURSE FALL 2014

Prof. David Sabatello Calendar Update

(dates may vary according to accessibility to the various sites)

Sept 2

INTRO LECTURE 0 - FORMA URBIS ROMAE (From the Roma Quadrata to the Roma Imperialis) FIELD TRIP 1: Roman Forum/Palatine / Arch of Constantine / Colosseum (only outside – inside required independent visit)

Sept. 9

LECTURE 1: RENAISSANCE TO BAROQUE (From Michelangelo to Borromini)

Sept. 16

FIELD TRIP 2: Campidoglio (Arch. Michelangelo Buonarroti) / Palazzo Farnese (Arch. Michelangelo Buonarroti) /S.Agnese in Agone (Arch. Francesco Borromini) /S.Maria della Pace (Arch. Pietro da Cortona) /S.Ivo alla Sapienza (Arch. Francesco Borromini - Only outside – inside required independent visit)/ Pantheon (Arch. Apollodorus of Damascus)

Sept. 23

FIELD TRIP 3: S. Clemente/ Tranjan’s Market (Arch. Apollodorus of Damascus) / S.Andrea al Quirinale (Arch. Gianlorenzo Bernini) /S. Carlino alle Quattro Fontane (Arch. Francesco Borromini)

Sept. 30

FIELD TRIP 4: St. Peter’s  Complex (Arch. Gianlorenzo Bernini & Others) / Tempietto S. Pietro in Montorio (Arch. Donato Bramante)

FALL BREAK Oct. 21

LECTURE 2: ITALIAN MODERNISM (From the Gruppo 7 to EUR)

Oct. 28

LECTURE 3: ARCHITECTURE IN ITALY AFTER WWII

Nov. 4

FIELD TRIP 6: Poste Piazza Bologna (Arch. Mario Ridolfi) / Mausoleo S. Costanza / MACRO (Arch. Odile Decq) / Rinascente Piazza Fiume (Arch. Franco Albini & Franca Helg) / Palazzina Via Campania (Arch. Studio Passarelli)

Nov. 7 (Friday)

PRESENTATION: Student Prior Work

Nov. 11

FIELD TRIP 7: Ara Pacis (Arch. Richard Meier) / Villa Giulia (Arch. Baldassarre Perruzzi & Others) / Girasole (Arch. Luigi Moretti)

Nov. 18

FIELD TRIP 8: Parco della Musica (Arch. Renzo Piano)/ Palazzetto dello sport (Eng. Pierluigi Nervi) / MAXXI (Arch. Zaha Hadid)

Nov. 21 (Friday)

Work in Progress PIN UP

Nov. 24

FIELD TRIP 5: Poste Via Marmorata (Arch. Adalberto Libera) / Garbatella (Arch. Innocenzo Sabatini & others) / EUR (Arch. Adalberto Libera & Others)

Field Trips


Field Trips


::: International Practices_ LECTURE SERIES 44

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The (Un)bearable Lightness of Design Fabrizio Rossi Prodi: WORKS www.rossiprodi.it

MONDAY, OCTOBER 2 th @ 6pm * Via della Gatta 6, Rome

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THE SENSE OF MATTER Susanna Ferrini & Simone Bove

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10th @ 6pm * Via Gatta 6, Rome

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17th @ 6pm * Via Gatta 6, Rome


::: FIELD TRIPS _ ITALY


VENETO

12-15 September 2014

ITINERARY : Friday Sept 12: Saturday Sept 13: Sunday Sept 14: Monday Sept 15:

ROMA > MANTOVA > VERONA VERONA > VICENZA VICENZA > VENEZIA VENEZIA > ROMA

FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 12_ ROMA > MANTOVA > VERONA 5:00am

1:45pm 2:30pm 3:30pm

Depart from Roma – bus pick-up in Piazza Gioacchino Belli in front of Ponte Garibaldi in Trastevere Arrive in Mantova – Walking Tour * (2 hours: Piazza Erbe, Basilica S. Andrea, S. Sebastiano, Peschiere, Casa del Mantegna..) Depart for Verona Arrive in Verona – Hotel** Check-in Museo di Castelvecchio – with 1 hour Guided Visit (reservation CV 245, Franklin Baumgerten

6:00pm

Independent evening

11:00am

cell. 347 5666765)

* Walking Tour Lucia Lusetti cell # 339 569 4882 – meeting point Piazza Sordello/Palazzo Ducale @ 11am ** HOTEL ITALIA Via Goffredo Mameli, 58-66 Verona - Tel: +39 045 918088 http://www.hotelitaliaverona.it

DAY 1 - MANTOVA


DAY 1 – VERONA _ Castelvecchio


DAY 2 – VICENZA_ Palladio: Basilica / Teatro Olimpico  


DAY 2 – VICENZA _ Palladio: Villa Rotonda) )


DAY 3 – VENEZIA _ Water Taxi / Campo / Biennale  


TUSCANY October 31 – November 3, 2014 ITINERARY :

Friday Oct. 31: Saturday Nov. 1: Sunday Nov. 2: Monday Nov. 3:

FRIDAY OCTOBER 31

ROMA > SIENA SIENA > S. GIMIGNANO > FIRENZE FIRENZE FIRENZE > ROMA

ROMA > SIENA

DAY 1 – SIENA) 6:30am Depart from Roma - Piazza Gioacchino Belli in front of Ponte Garibaldi in Trastevere 10:00am Arrive in Siena – Check-in @ Hotel Minerva ) Meet Tour Guide - Guided Tour 10:30am 2:00pm 3:30pm 5:00pm

Visit Duomo/Battistero/Cripta and Terrace Torre del Mangia Independent time

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1 7:30am 9:00am 10:00am 2:30pm 3:30pm 6:00pm 6:30pm 8:00pm

SIENA > SAN GIMIGNANO > FIRENZE

Breakfast at the Hotel Depart from Siena – Bus pick-up at the Hotel Arrive in San Gimignano - Guided Tour (+Torre Grossa) Meet Bus – Depart San Gimignano to Florence Stop at Antinori Winery – Guided Tour @ 4:00pm Arrive in Firenze Check-in @ Hotel Royal Group Dinner (TBD)


DAY 2 – SAN GIMIGNANO  


DAY 3 – FLORENCE  


::: FIELD TRIPS _ NEAR ROME

OSTIA ANTICA

HADRIAN’S VILLA


::: DINNERS!!!


::: EXHIBITIONS - 2010

TULANE School of Architecture ROME PROGRAM Fall 2010 EXHIBITION TULANE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE

ROME PROGRAM Fall 2010 EXHIBITION

FEBRUARY 4 - 25, 2011 On View in the Favrot Lobby Richardson Memorial Hall 8am-5pm daily

OPENING RECEPTION

Friday February 4, 2011_5:30pm FACULTY: Marcella Del Signore / Tiffany Lin / Davide Sabatello STUDENTS: Mira Asher, Kristy Bardwell, Alexandra Bojarski-Stauffer, Sophie Dardant , Rachel Finkelstein Nick Gervasi, Andrew Graham, Ellen Hailey, Natalia Hidalgo, Alison Kass, Lindsey Kiefer, Jason Levy, Marda Lugar, Drew Mazur, Fernando Polo, Laura Robin, Zachary Sarados, Sarah Simonson, Alexandra Shabouk, Corey Squire, Christopher Tellone, Ana Lucia Teran, Tritschler Claire, Karrah Vila, Jennifer Wickham.


::: EXHIBITIONS - 2013

TULANE School of Architecture ROME PROGRAM Fall 2013 EXHIBITION


https://www.facebook.com/TulaneSchoolOfArchitectureRomeProgram


AHST 4646 Preparing for Rome credit hour elective seminar

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course ntended to prepare students who will study in Rome in Fall 201 to gain the most from this extraordinary experience


COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course ntended to prepare students who will study in Rome in Fall 201 to gain the most from this extraordinary experience COURSE SCHEDULE

PEDAGOCICAL OBJECTIVES: -to develop skills in on-site drawing in an urban context

CLASS 0 – January 21 Wednesday 6-7:30pm

Information/Orientation

CLASS 1 – February 18 Wednesday 6-7:30pm

Intro to Italian _ Greetings, Alphabet and Sounds

CLASS 2 – February 25 Wednesday 6-7:30pm

Intro to Italian _ Verbs, Nouns and Articles

CLASS 3 – March 4 Wednesday 6-7:30pm

Intro to Italian _ Ask for information, directions, buying food/commodities

CLASS 4 – March 11 Wednesday 6-7:30pm

Drawing _ Intro + In-class Exercises

FORMAT CLASS TIME : 0 pm –

pm in RMH

PREREQUISITES CLASS 5 – March 18 Required for and limited to students participating in the Rome Program, Fall 201 Wednesday 6-7:30pm INSTRUCTORS

VISA Documentation Session _ Checklist, Forms, and Next Steps

CLASS 6 – March 20 Friday 9-10:30am

On-Site Drawing _ Tulane Campus

CLASS 7 – March 27 Friday 9-10:30am

On-Site Drawing _ Tulane Campus

MARCH 30 - APRIL 6

SPRING BREAK

Meetings and important Deadlines related to Visa Process after Spring Break: April 13

Checklists Items/Forms due

April 27

Meeting with Italian Consul for Visa Certification

May 11

Proof of Airfare due


VISA Process (Spring 2015)

ALL items are DUE to Patrice Maddox by Monday,

2014

APRIL 7th 2014 at 5pm CHECKLIST

PASSPORT: ORIGINAL + Color Copy : Must be valid through MAY 2015 For non-US Citizens : Alien Registration Card or U.S. Visa Status ( I-94 and a copy of I-20 ) : Color Copy 8 Professional Passport Photos 2”x2” (ONLY professional pictures - All originals, No Copies) Submit 4 to Patrice, keep 4 for arrival at the Pantheon Institute Affidavit of Financial Support signed by a parent or legal guardian (NOTARIZED) Visa Application Form “ Consolato Generale d’Italia – HOUSTON” Agreement of Participation in a Study Abroad Program Release & Waiver of Liability for Participation in a Study Abroad Program Student Health Information for Study Abroad Participation Personal Data Sheet Copy of SOS Insurance card ( free to apply online) Copy of HTH Health Insurance Pre-paid Express Mail Envelope ( to receive the passport by mail ) * regular mail or Fedex will not be accepted Proof of Round-trip Airfare( to submit to Patrice Maddox no later then MAY 5, 2014) ( print a copy of your round-trip ticket - the ticket must show a point of Entry and Departure from any city within the Italian territory – no Europe ) Letter of Acceptance and proof of accommodation ( TSA will provide )


Estimated Student Costs - Undergraduate Tulane University School of Architecture Rome Program 2015 Tuition1

Academic Support Service Fee2 Housing and utilities3 Food4

Air Fare5 Ground Transportation6 Books and School Supplies7 Permission to Stay8

USD $ 22,879.00 1,350.00 3,946.00 2,675.00 2,675.00 1,600.00 110.00 440.00 380.00

NOTES 1.

Tuition for the Rome Program is the same as for the home campus.

2.

Rome Program students are not charged the Health Center fee ($320), the Student Activity fee ($120), or the Reilly Center fee ($150).

3.

The cost of housing is based on the Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s contracted cost with the Pantheon Institute of $3,946.80 per student. This includes about $150 allotment for utilities (telephone, internet, electricity, and gas) approximately what these costs have been running for this period.

Tuition, Fee, and Housing will be handled through Student Accounts Receivable 4. This figure is highly variable. No meals are provided by the Rome Program except for occasional group dinners. There are kitchen facilities conveniently located in the building in Rome, and those who prepare all their own meals can spend considerably less than the figure indicated. On the other hand, those who eat all their meals in restaurants could of course spend more. For comparison, the amount listed above is the cost of a meal plan according to the Registrarâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website listing for full-time undergraduate charges for Fall 2015. It works out to about $22.30 per day. 5. This figure is also highly variable. According to a survey of 11 travel consolidator web sites (Orbitz, Expedia, Travelocity, Mobissimo, Kayak, etc.) 6. The School will pay for transportation associated with the field trips to Venice/Veneto, and Tuscany/Umbria. The only ground transportation costs that will be incurred by students are local transportation in Rome, and individual travel not associated with the Program. 7.

This figure is an estimate and includes the cost of model-making supplies.

8.

The Permission to Stay is the Italian Resident Application processed by Italian authorities.


Estimated Student Costs - Graduate Tulane University School of Architecture Rome Program 2015 Tuition1

Academic Support Service Fee2 Housing and utilities3 Food4

Air Fare5 Ground Transportation6 Books and School Supplies7 Permission to Stay8

USD $ 22,003.00 1,350.00 3,946.00 2,675.00 1,600.00 110.00 440.00 380.00

NOTES 1.

Tuition for the Rome Program is the same as for the home campus.

2.

Rome Program students are not charged the Health Center fee ($320), the Student Activity fee ($120), or the Reilly Center fee ($150).

3.

The cost of housing is based on the Schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s contracted cost with the Pantheon Institute of $3,946.80 per student. This includes about $150 allotment for utilities (telephone, internet, electricity, and gas) approximately what these costs have been running for this period.

Tuition, Fee, and Housing will be handled through Student Accounts Receivable 4. This figure is highly variable. No meals are provided by the Rome Program except for occasional group dinners. There are kitchen facilities conveniently located in the building in Rome, and those who prepare all their own meals can spend considerably less than the figure indicated. On the other hand, those who eat all their meals in restaurants could of course spend more. For comparison, the amount listed above is the cost of a meal plan according to the Registrarâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s website listing for full-time undergraduate charges for Fall 2015. It works out to about $22.30 per day. 5. This figure is also highly variable. According to a survey of 11 travel consolidator web sites (Orbitz, Expedia, Travelocity, Mobissimo, Kayak, etc.) 6. The School will pay for transportation associated with the field trips to Venice/Veneto, Tuscany/Umbria and Fall Break Trip. The only ground transportation costs that will be incurred by students are local transportation in Rome, and individual travel not associated with the Program. 7.

This figure is an estimate and includes the cost of model-making supplies.

8.

The Permission to Stay is the Italian Resident Application processed by Italian authorities.


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