A Sud and Collettivo Mixité promote and organize in Rome the final event of the European Union funded project “COMPASS - Competitiveness for Agencies for Sustainable Site Conversion”: a day dedicated to urban regeneration and the dissemination of project results.
On June 16th, at 10 am, a round table will be held in Rome at Sala della Partecipazione in San Lorenzo neighborhood to compare and share analysis, methodologies and bottom-up experimentations. Together with university teachers, professionals and activists we will reflect on the role of interdisciplinary competences and how a bottom up regeneration of public space can turn urban critical issues in participative and active citizenship processes. Compass final products such as the Compass course curriculum and the methodological guidelines for the replication of our interdiscinary course will be presented.
From 17.00 we will move with citizens and experts to Largo Settimio Passamonti for a participatory workshop. Participants will be invited to freely move around the park in order to discover the area and to record personal sensations and perceptions. All the suggestions and proposals will be gathered together during a collective mapping workshop aimed at starting a participative regeneration process of Largo Passamonti.
The day of event will also be the opportunity for italian course participants to meet with the Compass team and the stakeholders invited. Compass course certificates will be delivered in this occasion.
From 10 a.m., Sala della partecipazione, via dei Sabelli 88/A, Rome
Critical Spaces. From criticalities to the revitalization of public space as a common good
Presentation of the results of the COMPASS project: Interdisciplinary Curriculum and Methodological Guidelines of the course on ecological conversion and urban regeneration.
Roundtable on bottom-up revitalization of public spaces: a comparison of experiences, analyses and methodologies.
10.00 Opening and registration
10.15 Welcome by Rome II municipality
10.20 Introduction and presentation of the Compass project, Lucie Greyl, A Sud
10.30 Presentation of the Interdisciplinary Curriculum and the Methodological Guidelines of the Compass course, Pablo, B. Tempesta, Cesfor
10.40 Roundtable with:
Arch. Giorgia Scognamiglio, Collettivo Mixité
Ing. Carlo Cellamare, Professor of urban planning; Sapienza University of Rome DICEA – Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental engineering
Petra Andric, DOOR, Croatia
Arch. Paolo Robazza, Beyond Architecture Group
Arch. Claudia Mattogno, Professor of urban planning, Sapienza University of Rome DICEA – Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental engineering, Director of the interdepartmental centre Fo.Cu.S
Maurizio Moretti, Città Ibrida, ADLM Architetti
13.00 Compass case-studies' showcase: good practices of regeneration processes
From 17:00, Parco de Sanctis - Largo Passamonti, Rome
PASSA A LARGO: From the couch to Passamonti’s bench. Participative workshop, park exploration and sharing of ideas and proposals
Free tour to discover the park by marking feelings and perceptions
Joint activity of mapping suggestions and development of regeneration proposals for the area
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Event organized by A Sud and Mixité collective.
Collettivo Mixité was created by 3 young professional women, Compass course participants active in the field practice implemented around Largo Passamonti in San Lorenzo. From this experience they develop the project Passa A Largo.
In cooperation with Cesfor and Beyond Architecture Group
With the sponsorship of the Environment department of the II municipality of the Rome city