The third module will give the students the instruments to transform and erect buildings in cities, taking care of the needs of users. NAAD will organize fifteen days on some study cases: Airports, Factories, Offices, Malls, Furniture, Hospitals, Prisons, Schools, Social Housings, Student Housings, Senior Residences, Sacred Spaces, Parks and City Planning.
Along the module path, NAAD grounds the theoretical premises acquired. The model is scrutiny on fourteen diverse themes, daily-lasting. Using psychology and neuroscience's lens, we focus on the persons' embedded psychological and emotional expectations. These fourteen-day works are completed by presenting some works and designs, selected as case studies bridging users' needs with final awaited architectural outcomes. NAAD has chosen seven persons, among the previuos master editions students, to cultivate the terrain able to enrich the intertwining between users needs' comprehension and the designs. A couple of themes has been attributed to each of the seven tutors who will support the Third Module development, and consequently, the fourteen lessons will be chaired by the same seven tutors.
Nour Tawil (Prisons, Furnitures)
Federica Sanchez (Offices, Factories)
Federica Casetti (Hospitals, Schools)
Claire Daugeard (Senior Houses, Sacred Spaces)
Veronica Giannini (Students and Social Housing)
Maria Chiara Monacelli (Airports, Malls)
Carolin Vogelei (Parks, City)