A great start of the semester for the 2017 Responsive Environments class!
The course looks into the future of the built environment from a technologically augmented point of view, with a strong focus on the sustainability and longevity of responsive spaces and artifacts.
With the City of Bergamo as playground for the development of alternative research studies and design solutions, this year the class will pursue research on urban safety — particularly on the perception and experiential aspects of safety in both physical places and digital realms.
This course is part of “REAL Cities / Bergamo 2035,” a joint research program between the REAL Lab at the Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Università degli Studi di Bergamo, with the support of Fondazione Cav. Lav. Carlo Pesenti.