– Residential components: from house, to dwelling to morpheme to city fragment; passing review to the different modes linking minimal cell concepts of the to those of their built aggregates; expanding the concept of dwelling to encompass the different ways and elements by which residents use and appropriate by their cities.
– Open and public space elements, components and systems; looking into their kinds and meanings, and their public and ideological content…; into how have they evolved and what is and may their meaning and form be in contemporary open societies.
– Nature of individual projects in relation with their scale; inquiring into how fragment size modifies the role and scope of urban planning and design projects and their role in the long chain mediations leading from the go ahead to the final built reality; and opening up questions about processes, protocols and other ways of urban forming
Hopefully, all of it led to a different understanding of architectural intervention in, on, at… the city.
URBAN FORM: 4 lectures by BERNARDO YNZENGA