Admitting the scenario is strongly heterogeneous, sometimes even inconsistent, the argument of sharing is undoubtedly one of the most exciting and current topic of research and planning, especially when interpreted in relation to those transformations that have been induced on the ways of living the urban space by the new life conditions. The evolution of meaning which some of the classic dialectical pairs, such as transitory-permanence and public-private have gone through represents the basis of a conceptual reflection on the horizon of the field of study that deals with the ways of residing. No longer an emergency response, but a statement of a transition phase (even economic) that requires a transformation of the paradigms, on which large part of the modern theories is based. This is what emerges from the Department of Architecture of the University of Roma Tre’s ongoing research, conducted with a multidisciplinary approach and with the involvement of different disciplines’ scholars: the research moves forward theoretical and practical considerations that focus on the collective way of residing, paying particular attention to the issue of sharing through enhanced translation of the concept. In this sense, the residence of academic students, even for the exact needs of the users and for its specific social character, represents one of the most suitable types to the experimentation design. A scholar’s residential function, in fact, tends to express itself through a lifestyle that requires the coexistence of private and shared spaces too, according to a program based on "collective spheres of carrying out common socializing activities in which different levels of appropriation and use of space may be present, both by small and larger groups"(Annex A to Ministerial Decree 27/2011, paragraph 6.3). University residences built in recent years, particularly the most virtuous ones, show that the quality of the student's life depends mainly on the type and nature of the shared places or the complementary activities and support services, not only within the residential structure but also in relationship with the city. The paper, after providing an update of the ongoing research, analyses case studies in which the theme of sharing is, as well as qualifying for the students, a significant element of the project.

Baratta, A.F.L., Finucci, F., Montuori, L. (2016). La condivisione come nuova forma dell'abitare. Le residenze per studenti universitari. In R. DEL NORD, A. BARATTA, C. PIFERI (a cura di), Residenze e Servizi per studenti universitari (pp. 163-169). Firenze : TESIS.

La condivisione come nuova forma dell'abitare. Le residenze per studenti universitari

BARATTA, ADOLFO FRANCESCO LUCIO;FINUCCI, FABRIZIO;MONTUORI, LUCA
2016-01-01

Abstract

Admitting the scenario is strongly heterogeneous, sometimes even inconsistent, the argument of sharing is undoubtedly one of the most exciting and current topic of research and planning, especially when interpreted in relation to those transformations that have been induced on the ways of living the urban space by the new life conditions. The evolution of meaning which some of the classic dialectical pairs, such as transitory-permanence and public-private have gone through represents the basis of a conceptual reflection on the horizon of the field of study that deals with the ways of residing. No longer an emergency response, but a statement of a transition phase (even economic) that requires a transformation of the paradigms, on which large part of the modern theories is based. This is what emerges from the Department of Architecture of the University of Roma Tre’s ongoing research, conducted with a multidisciplinary approach and with the involvement of different disciplines’ scholars: the research moves forward theoretical and practical considerations that focus on the collective way of residing, paying particular attention to the issue of sharing through enhanced translation of the concept. In this sense, the residence of academic students, even for the exact needs of the users and for its specific social character, represents one of the most suitable types to the experimentation design. A scholar’s residential function, in fact, tends to express itself through a lifestyle that requires the coexistence of private and shared spaces too, according to a program based on "collective spheres of carrying out common socializing activities in which different levels of appropriation and use of space may be present, both by small and larger groups"(Annex A to Ministerial Decree 27/2011, paragraph 6.3). University residences built in recent years, particularly the most virtuous ones, show that the quality of the student's life depends mainly on the type and nature of the shared places or the complementary activities and support services, not only within the residential structure but also in relationship with the city. The paper, after providing an update of the ongoing research, analyses case studies in which the theme of sharing is, as well as qualifying for the students, a significant element of the project.
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Baratta, A.F.L., Finucci, F., Montuori, L. (2016). La condivisione come nuova forma dell'abitare. Le residenze per studenti universitari. In R. DEL NORD, A. BARATTA, C. PIFERI (a cura di), Residenze e Servizi per studenti universitari (pp. 163-169). Firenze : TESIS.
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