The nature of work has recently evolved, along with the way workspaces are used. This dynamic has important implications especially for the design, management and location of workspaces that must respond to new challenges. This course will help students and researchers to confront these new trends.
Through lectures, group work and virtual visits to different types of workspaces, participants will have to develop an innovative workplace strategy for an important company as Vodafone Italy, also taking into account the impacts of Covid-19 on these issues.
The school is co-organized by COST Action CA18214 “The geography of New Working Spaces and the impact on the periphery”, Department of Architecture, Built environment and Construction engineering (DABC), Department of Architecture and Urban Studies (DASTU) at Polimi, with Dipartimento di Eccellenza Fragilità Territoriali and the Real Estate Center of DABC Polimi.
The course targets students and researchers. Third week will be open also to practitioners that participate to the Evento di Formazione Permanente Planning, Design and Management of Workplaces Theory and Case histories of corporate workspaces.
The complete course offers the opportunity to develop a company coworking and, subsequently, to prepare a design brief for the new corporate spaces.
28 June – 4 July
Workplace management, basics_ E-LEARNING / STREAMING
5 – 11 July
Focus on coworking spaces, E-LEARNING / LIVE WEBINARS
12 – 16 July
Focus on workplace, E-LEARNING / LIVE WEBINARS
Speakers: Andrea Ciaramella, Ilaria Mariotti, Chiara Tagliaro, Mina Akhavan, Mirna Gelleni, Suvi Nenonen, Katarzyna Rabiej-Sienicka, Alessandra Migliore, Irene Manzini Ceinar, Mina di Marino, Therese Bajada, Bernardine Satariano, Alessandro Gerosa, Fabio Manfredini, Tamàs Berky, Antonio Iadarola, Ying Hua, Silvia Francesca Leoncini, Alessandra Migliore, Alice Paola Pomè, Ingrid Nappi
Responsabili: Andrea Ciaramella, Ilaria Mariotti