29. oktoobril kell 13.00 toimub maastikuteemaliste seminaride sarja "Exploring Landscape Boundaries" järgmine veebiseminar „Last Landscape. A park cemetery in a Milanese railway yard“. Viimse maastiku teemal arutlevad Simone Marchetti, Beatrice Rogantini ja Sofia Paoli.
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"Last Landscape is a cemetery but also a park - we designed the landscape of the park and a variety of small buildings, which are a pole of attraction for those who use this place aside from the cemetery functions.
The cemetery adopts nature and plants as universal symbols of rebirth and remembrance, in which everyone can feel at ease, beyond religions and cults. The cemetery park presents itself in the most natural way possible - there are no tombstones, columbarium, cut flowers or candles... nature, trees, and plants are the leading elements of the park."
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* Simone Marchetti is an architect currently living and working in Milan. Prior to his architectural studies (Politecnico di Milano, MA), he studied for one-year biology where he developed his interest in merging different disciplines. After a working experience in 2014 at London-based bureau EcoLogicstudio working on the overlapping areas between biotechnology, architecture, and urban design, he now continues his research work in Milan. Since 2017 he has been a collaborator in the research division at Stefano Boeri Architetti where he is involved in projects in the field of urban forestry and urban planning resilience strategies. In 2021 he received a research grant from Politecnico di Milano, he is also an assistant professor at the MA Urban Planning course, Politecnico di Milano, since 2020, and invited guest lecturer at Harvard GSD. Some of his other undergraduate experiences include courses on sustainability in architecture & urban planning and principles of passive-house planning at the Technische Universität Wien and at Universität für Bodenkultur Wien (BOKU) in Vienna in 2016.
* Beatrice Rogantini graduated in 2017 in architecture at Politecnico di Milano. Beatrice currently works in the architecture and interior design studio Luisa Olazabal in Madrid where she is working on the design, construction, decoration, and site management of a Hotel in Seville, a private house in Marbella, a private house in the north of Spain, and a pavilion for celebrations in Madrid. Until 2019 she worked for Emilio Tuñon Architecture Studio in Madrid and collaborated on the graphic design of the book "The houses I live in" by Mauro Gil Fournier, architect and urban planner in Madrid. She has been Assistant Professor at the Università degli Studi di Firenze and invited guest lecturer at Harvard GSD.
* Sofia Paoli graduated in 2017 in architecture at Politecnico di Milano. Paoli works with Stefano Boeri Architetti in the Research Team, where she is involved in urban planning, focusing on urban forestry, urban sustainability and resilience, urban policies strategies, and nature-based solutions. In 2021 she received a grant from the Department of Architecture Urban Studies at the Politecnico di Milano to develop Uforest, a three-year Knowledge Alliance project co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Commission.