Izmo Summer School 2016 – Make a green public space! – Turin, Italy

Izmo Summer School 2016 – Make a green public space! – Turin, Italy


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Main information || Abstract || Partners || Program || Lectures and Professors || Design studio and Installation || Locations || Submission Deadlines and Tuition || Included in the Registration Fee || Aperitivi and Board || Accommodations || Course credits || Insurance || Visa and Passport || How to travel to and within Torino || Tourist Information || Organization || Faq || Info contacts

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Main information

What: Summer School
Topic:  Mobile green space
When: July 20th – 29th 2016
Where: Torino, Italy
Hours: 9:30am – 6:00pm
How: Lectures, Design Workshop, Self-build construction
Organization: Izmo, in partnership with Open INCET
Fee: 395€ by June 27th, 2016

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Izmo will run the 6th edition of the International Summer School in Turin (Italy) from 20th to 29th of July 2016. This year, the focus will be on the public space, and students will design and build a mobile green space for sitting, working, studying and playing (parklet) in order to furnish the indoor square of the converted INCET factory.
The course aims at attracting students – both under and post graduates -, professionals and, in general, anyone who is interested in the subject of urban and landscape design.
The lectures will be held by experts and professors of Landscape, Urban and Furniture design, in order to develop a broad and multidisciplinary perspective on the subject. In addition, students will have the opportunity to experience methodologies and techniques that will enable them to work creatively with waste materials and to learn participatory design practices.
The training will be further enhanced by a meeting with esterni and OrtiAlti: as special-guests they will show their projects and explain their approach to the topic. The Summer School is taught in English.
At the end of the lessons, students will redefine, through a participatory design event, the ideas gather from citizen which brought their needs in a previous public meeting (Open Square project), and will work on the design and making of a “green installation” using sustainable materials.
Each student will be equipped with all necessary materials and work tools and will be mentored by Izmo staff in every phase of the project.
The course will take a total of 75 hours of educational effort which equals 3 credits (ECTS).
In addition, we will provide constant help in logistics, housing, mobility, and tourism.

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The Summer School is conceived by Izmo


in partnership with Open INCET
with the patronage  of Comitato Urban Barriera di Milano

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Day 1 – Wednesday, July 20th

  • 9:30 – 10:00 — Welcome
  • 10:00 – 11:00 — Presentations and Introduction to the Summer School (by Alessandro Grella)
  • 11:00 – 12:30 — Talk 1 – Urban redevelopment and revitalization in Barriera (by Comitato Urban Barriera di Milano)
  • 12:30 – 13:00 — Talk 2 – Open INCET, an OPEN innovation center (by Fabio Sgaragli)
  • 13:00 – 14:30 — Lunch break
  • 14:30 – 16:00 — Talk 3 – esterni introduces itself
  • 16:30 – 18:00 — Talk 4 – Giardino segreto introduces itself

Day 2 – Thursday, July 21st

  • 09:30 – 11:00 — Talk 5 – OrtiAlti introduces itself (at Fonderie Ozanam)
  • 11:30 – 13:00 — Talk 6 – Temporary Urban Solutions (by Davide Fassi)
  • 13:00 – 14:30 — Lunch break
  • 14:30 – 16:00 — Talk 7 – Participatory event – theory and practices (by Alberto Rudellat e Patrizia Saroglia)
  • 16:00 – 18:00 — Participatory event

Day 3 – Friday, July 22nd

  • 09:30 – 10:30 — Talk 8 – use of tools and materials (by Pasquale Onofrio)
  • 10:30 – 13:00 — Full session designing (mentor: Giulia Marra, Pasquale Onofrio)
  • 13:00 – 14:30 — Lunch break
  • 14:30 – 18:00 — Full session designing (mentor: Giulia Marra, Pasquale Onofrio, Ginkgo Giardini)
  • 20:30 – 23:00 — Summer school dinner

Weekend Break

Day 4 – Monday, July 25th

  • 09:30 – 13:00 — Construction of the installation
  • 13:00 – 14:30 — Lunch break
  • 14:30 – 18:00 — Construction of the installation

Day 5 – Tuesday, July 26th

  • 09:30 – 13:00 — Construction of the installation
  • 13:00 – 14:30 — Lunch break
  • 14:30 – 18:00 — Construction of the installation

Day 6 – Wednesday, July 27th

  • 09:30 – 13:00 — Construction of the installation
  • 13:00 – 14:30 — Lunch break
  • 14:30 – 18:00 — Construction of the installation

Day 7 – Thursday, July 28th

  • 09:30 – 13:00 — Construction of the installation
  • 13:00 – 14:30 — Lunch break
  • 14:30 – 18:00 — Construction of the installation

Day 8 – Friday, July 29th

  • 09:30 – 13:00 Construction of the installation
  • 13:00 – 14:30 Lunch break
  • 14:30 – 17:30 Construction of the installation
  • 17:30 – 18:30 Conclusion and feedback
  • 18:30 – 20:00 Opening party and projection

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Lectures, Talks and Professors

Listed below are the lecture and talk descriptions and the professors’/professionals’ profiles:

Public space and urban tactics

The lecture will explore the meanings and definitions of public spaces. The students will be invited to examine the role of the public space and of the arts and humanities in the urban setting as well as within the context of city growth and development. Alessandro Grella will focus on the public and semi-public space and the places for art and installations. He will discuss the ways in which these spaces are designed, planned and supported by the municipality and community for aesthetic, cultural and historic reasons, and finally the amenities available for artists in promoting community well-being.

Alessandro Grella

bw_alessandro_grella_1600Alessandro Grella has a PhD in Environment and Territory: Spatial Planning and Local Development from Politecnico di Torino and is post-graduated from Newcastle University in ”European Spatial Planning”. He earned his Master’s Degree in Architecture in 2005 and has since collaborated as a researcher with the Department Interateneo Territorio, IRES Piemonte and SiTI Istituto Superiore sui Sistemi Territoriali per l’Innovazione. Alessandro is a founding member of Izmo, a non profit organization which works on participatory processes and local development and Izmade, a company which produces sustainable furniture. He has been a lecturer at St. John International University (2011-2012) and since 2013 is teaching at IAAD, Istituto d’Arte Applicata e Design.
His areas of research are Information and Communication Technologies in the planning and participatory processes. He continues to pursue his passions: urban design, architecture and design.

Barriera di Milano and its redevelopment

Luca Cianfriglia, Head of the Comitato Urban Barriera di Milano, will introduce to students the urban redevelopment and revitalization in Barriera neighbourhood.

Comitato Urban Barriera di Milano
Urban Barriera is an urban regeneration program (Local Development Integrated Program – PISU) aimed at triggering an overall redevelopment process involving Barriera di Milano, an historical district of Turin. Funded by the City of Turin, the Piedmont Region and the European Union, Urban Barriera deals with physical, economic, social and territorial aspects encouraging cooperation and productive interaction among all the actors and beneficiaries involved in the renewal process.
The program consists in 34 interventions, defined by a process lasted nearly two years, which involved technical staff of the City and public and private subjects from the interested area, that through the activity of Circoscrizione 6 (District 6 Administration) forwarded its instances.Urban Barriera acts through four intervention axes: physical-environmental, economic-employment, socio-cultural and through a strong communication activity and social support.
Urban Committee is in charge of the management and the course of all activities scheduled in the Candidacy dossier. It is also in charge of public relations, deals with citizens’ complaints and demands, and aims for a greater local presence and a stronger collaboration with the inhabitants of the district.

esterni introduces itsel

Francesca Acquati, consultant, will introduce to students the esterni organization, its approach and its projects.


acquatiesterni is a non-profit cultural association based in Milan. Since 1995, it has designed public spaces and services for small and large communities, promoted and produced events of aggregation, developed collective communication campaigns.
Every project is new and this freshness derives from a constant and deep research on the international level, many active collaborations, a careful look at what happens in the world, and the ability to always have a challenging approach.
esterni is an experience which extends over 16 years and boasts high-level preparation and professionalism, as well as the ability to design complex projects even in a short time and to find fast solutions to problems and unexpected events.
For every personal or entrusted project, esterni actively searches for public and private funds which are then reinvested in new productions.

Giardino Segreto introduces itself

Cristiana Ruspa, architect and founder of Giardino Segreto will introduce students to the Studio, its approach and projects.

Giardino Segreto

Cristiana_Ruspa_Giardino_SegretoGiardino Segreto is a Garden Architecture studio with over 20 years of experience in full-service garden and landscape design (planting, decking and paving, irrigation systems, lighting, furniture and accessories, swimming pools, ponds, fountains, rainwater harvesting). The studio’s design approach is to consider the client’s needs, the importance of continuity between interior and exterior, and the characteristics of the site, to create natural-looking gardens that are easy to manage and maintain. Imaginatively putting together these factors results in gardens that are functional and striking all year round.
We undertake the design and construction of gardens, parks and terraces of any size, in Italy and abroad, and can offer free surveys and consultations to help clients better understand how their site can be transformed.

OrtiAlti introduces itself

Emanuela Saporito, architect, PhD and co-founder of OrtiAlti will introduce students the Studio, its approach and projects.


Ortialti.pngOrtiAlti was born from the meeting of Elena and Emanuela, two architects with different research and professional backgrounds, which perfectly merged into the new project. Sustainable design, urban marketing and cultural programming on the one hand; participatory planning, urban sociology, and social innovation on the other: knowledge, experience, methods, approaches and passion that converge today into a new shared challenge. OrtiAlti follows the entire process of implementation and management of the roof garden, modulating its services according to the costumer’s needs and personalizing each intervention.

Temporary Urban Solutions

We live in towns that are in daily, continuous and sometimes instantaneous, transformation. Cities that find innovative force from bottom up initiatives where spatial and service designers act as facilitators of processes. Their temporary urban solutions generate urban scenarios and create places, they interact with a city that is an actress in a daily spectacle, which is presented here. This essay focusses on the role the designer has in the transformation of the contemporary city today, questioning about the relationship design has with the time factor, and the interaction between the designer and the inhabitants of the city.

Davide Fassi

 Architect, PhD, he collaborates in several academic research projects on design for social innovation and spatial design for public space. He teaches Interior Design and Product Service System Design at the Politecnico di Milano –School of Design where he is a member of DHOC (Interior Design for Hospitable cities research group), a member of DESIS network and coordinator of exchange programs and GIDE (Group of International Design Education).

Participatory event – theory and practices

The lesson “Participatory event – theory and practices” will introduce students to theories and practices to support local development and urban revitalization initiatives through the participation and social inclusion of the citizen. Patrizia Saroglia and Alberto Rudellat will focus on the stakeholders, the decision makers and any actors that play a role and have to be involved in the planning and policies with special consideration to appropriate methods, times and places. They will introduce students to participatory design techniques and practices.
The lesson will end with a participatory event that will enable students to get to know the
people lives and working around INCET factory in order to learn from their experience of those spaces, and thus gather suggestions aimed at designing street furniture and installations.

Patrizia Saroglia

patrizia-sarogliaSince 2001 Patrizia has been a researcher and consultant in the policy field, after graduating in Public Policy Analysis and since July 2015 she has been a project manager at Open INCET. In 2002 she was the coordinator of the Eastern Piedmont Univesity Master in Local Development until 2009. Since 2003 she has been the coordinator of a research centre in policy analysis settled in Torino (Laboratorio di politiche pubbliche) where she conducts research concentrated on democratic innovation process, the analysis of decision-making, implementation and evaluation of policies related to strategic planning and local development, active labor policies and environmental policies.
In 2009 Patrizia was a Fellow of the German Marshall Fund (GMF), Washington, DC, in the Comparative Domestic Policy program (CDP) with a research project on employment policies for the inclusion of disabled people.

Alberto Rudellat

alberto_rudellat_400Alberto Rudellat graduated from the University of Pisa in 2007 with a law degree. In 2008, he completed his master’s in Public Policy Analysis and in 2011 he attended the Postgraduate Specialization course on Local Participation and Urban Sustainable Development at the IUAV University in Venice. He is a researcher and consultant for the evaluation of public policies, particularly on the issues of environmental policies and local development. He is a member of the scientific committee of the Laboratorio di Politiche (University of Turin) and partner of associazione Izmo since 2010.

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Design Studio and Installation

The Summer School will offer participants the opportunity to design and create and build a mobile green space for sitting, working, studying and playing in order to furnish the indoor square of the converted INCET factory. During the lessons students will be provided with tools and methodologies useful to work in the field. The lectures and contributors will address the concepts of public space, participatory design, landscape design and sustainable design.
Students will also be involved in a participatory design event during which they will have the opportunity to meet individuals who live and work close to INCET factory in order to make the indoor square and facilities as responsive as possible to their needs.
In the field research, design studio workshop and the realization phases, the participants will be constantly under supervision, mentored and assisted by members of Izmo. During the 3rd day (Friday), two design studio sessions will take place in which the students will define in a detailed manner the proposed intervention. The last five days will be dedicated to the realization and installation of the project.
Each student will have all the materials necessary to work at their disposal, which Izmo will provide.
At the end of the work process, the installations will be presented to the public during an opening party dedicated to the unveiling of the newly redefined space.

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torino_locations Turin

In their spare time, students will explore and appreciate the city of Turin, the major business and cultural centre in northern Italy. Capital of the Piedmont region, and located mainly on the left bank of the Po River surrounded by the Alpine arch, the population of the city is over 900,000 occupants, while the Turin metropolitan area has 2.2 million.
The city has a rich culture and history, and is known for its numerous art galleries, restaurants, churches, palaces, opera houses, piazzas, parks, gardens, theatres, libraries, museums and other venues. Turin is well-known for its baroque, rococo, neo-classical, and Art Nouveau architecture.
The city currently hosts some of Italy’s best universities and academies, important museums, such as the Museo Egizio and the Mole Antonellian. Turin’s several monuments and sights make it one of the world’s top 250 tourist destinations, and the tenth most visited city in Italy.
Turin is well known as the home of the Shroud of Turin, the soccer teams Juventus and Torino, the headquarters of automobile manufacturers Fiat, Lancia and Alfa Romeo, and as host of the 2006 Winter Olympics (wikipedia).

location_summer_2016_incet Ex INCET

On the first day students will be welcomed at INCET.
At the beginning INCET (“Industria Nazionale Cavi Elettrici Torino”) was the headquarter of a power cables factory established at the end of the XIX century and active until 1986. After the dismantling which took place in 1986, the site has remained in a condition of substantial abandonment until the Urban Barriera regeneration process was started in 2009. Urban Barriera is an urban regeneration program drawn up by the City of Turin, consisting in 34 interventions dealing with physical, economic, social and territorial aspects, defined by a process lasted nearly two years, which involved technical staff of the City and public and private subjects from the interested area, that through the activity of District 6 forwarded its instances.

INCET nowadays houses Open IN.CE.T. – Open Innovation Center Torino.
The Center’s main mission is to accelerate the local innovation ecosystem of the City of Turin by systematically  applying an open innovation approach. The Center  works to connect local innovation ecosystems internationally in order to match demand and supply of innovation in different sectors and fields, from agrifood to digital manufacturing, from health to welfare and social inclusion. The Center focuses on idea generation, enterprise creation and growth, internationalisation and networks development. The range of activities includes service design, learning journeys, living labs, bar camps, acceleration, scouting and matching. Open INCET is an example of public-private partnership, involving the local public administration and eight private organisations with complementary competences and networks, both local and international.

via Cigna 96/17, 10155 – Torino
google maps

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Submission Deadlines and Tuition

The number of requests for enrollment in the Summer School is fixed at a minimum of 13 students and a maximum of 25. The tuition is fixed at 395€ per student. The application for admittance must be submitted by 24:00 on June 27th. The tuition can be submitted via wire money transfer to the account IBAN IT04M0335901600100000064881 or according to the indications on the forms that will be sent to the accepted candidates via email.

Deadline: June 27th, 2016 – Tuition Payment: 395 €

The application for admittance must be submitted by 24:00 on June 27th, 2016 through the form linked below.

The summer school will start July 20th!! We have received more than 13 submissions from more than 8 countries.
Enrollment is still open until last minute!


The applications will be evaluated by a committee formed by members of Izmo. The students will be selected on the basis of the similarities between the candidate’s profile and the objectives of the Summer School, and will be evaluated in the order in which they are received. Non Italian students will be given preference.

The committee’s final decision will be communicated via email to each candidate after 3 days. Selected candidates will have 7 days’ time to complete the application process by submitting the indicated tuition payment.
After receiving the minimum of 13 submission we will provide further details so students can start planning their journey.

If by any chance the school will not be able to take place, every student will get a full refund of the tuition fee.
In the unexpected case of a candidate not being able to take part in the course, a reimbursement will be provided in the amount of 50% of the submitted tuition payment.

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Included in the Registration Fee

  • Welcome kit
  • Bus tickets
  • Coffee break
  • 8 lunches
  • Lectures and mentoring
  • One summer school dinner in a trattoria
  • Whole material for the installation
  • 3 course credits (75 hours)

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Aperitivi and Board

Every day Izmo will offer students lunch: they will enjoy Italian food at Open INCET.
Friday, July 22nd the Summer School dinner will be held at the restaurant “Piola da Cianci”.


Piola da Cianci

Largo IV marzo, 9/b – 10122 – Torino


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The accommodations are not included in the Summer Course fee.

In this section we’ve collected some information on accommodation in Turin. The list in order of cost, beginning with the most economical:

  • Be hosted by a friend, student (for example in Study Abroad/Erasmus) or one of your distant Italian relatives
  • You could consider joining CouchSurfing network (check out the Torino group and its subgroups)
  • If you happen to love nature, enjoy the great outdoors in the hills of Turin at Camping Villa Rey
    • ground: 15€
    • tent: 7.50€
    • person: 7.50€
  • To really save money have still have a roof over your head we suggest —of course airbnbbut also*:
      • Open011
        Corso Venezia 11 – 10147 Torino – Tel. +39 011 250535
        Info: info@open011.it – Online booking: www.viaggikeluar.it

        • dorm (hostel type): 18 € night only
        • room 3-4 beds: 19€ with breakfast
        • single: 33€ with breakfast
        • double: 23€ with breakfast
      • Sharing
        via Ivrea 24 – Torino –
        Tel. +39 011 5162038Booking: booking@sh-sharing.it(please, You should introduce yourself as Izmo Summer School’s student in order to take advantage of these prices)

        • single room: 33,50€ with breakfast
        • double room: 22,50€ with breakfast
      • Tomato Backpackers Hotel
        Via Silvio Pellico 11 – 10125 Torino – Tel. +39 011 0209400
        Info: www.tomato.to.itemail: info@tomato.to.it

        • single room: 36-38 €
        • double: 26-28€
        • triple: 22-24€


  • We also suggest you check out Torino Hotellerie if you’d like to rent a flatVia Artisti n. 31/A, 10124 TorinoTel: +39 011 6994690 || Mobile: +39 327 1623733e-mail: torinohotellerie@gmail.com

* Please, consider also the City of Torino accommodation tax.

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Course credits

Summer School students will be awarded 3 credits (ECTS) for a total of 75 hours for their educational efforts which are transferable to any other university (with ECTS in Europe).

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Izmo Summer School does not provide any insurance for students. Please make sure that you have your own travel insurance when you arrive in Italy.

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Visa and Passport

Accordingly, anyone entering Italy from within the Schengen area needs only a valid passport or some other official document issued for traveling purposes.

Students coming from outside of the Schengen area will need a passport and possibly also a visa.
Do you need a Visa?
Foreigners entering Italy for periods not to exceed 90 days, pursuant to Law no. 68/2007, whether or not subject to visa requirements, do not need to apply for a sojourn permit.
The sojourn permit has been replaced by a declaration of presence on Italian soil.
Only this sojourn permit (‘permesso di soggiorno’), which is issued for the reason and for the period indicated on the visa, authorizes an alien to sojourn in Italy.
Aliens coming from countries that do not apply the Schengen Convention the obligation to make a declaration of presence is satisfied through application of the USV sticker on the travel document at the moment of border control.
Aliens from countries that apply the Schengen Convention are required, on the other hand, to file a declaration of presence within 8 days of arrival with the police headquarters (“Questura”) of the province in which he/she is staying, using the proper form.
For those staying in hotels and other reception facilities, the declaration of presence is handled by the reception facility upon check-in, a copy of which is supplied to the guest to be displayed to authorities upon eventual request.

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How to travel to and within Torino

Situated in the North-West of the country, it is just about 100km from Milan, the Ligurian sea and the French border: all of which makes Turin the “one hour city”, readily
accessible to the mountains, lakes, sea and the rest of Italy. Fast trains mean that Milan is just an hour away, Paris five hours and then, from December 2009, Piedmont’s chief city will form part of the High-Speed track taking in Turin-Milan-Naples-Salerno, thus becoming even closer to Italy’s south.

Turin’s International Airport has a daily connection with the main cities of Italy and Europe and has a good transport service to the town centre, both by bus, coach (Sadem) and train, as well as taxis of course.

GTT – Gruppo Torinese Trasporti -runs Turin’s urban transport service with an efficient network of buses, trams, railways (the city rail link is currently under construction and will further improve mobility in the province) and a futuristic, automatic underground line, partially opened for the Winter Olympics of 2006. The service is generally operative from early morning (about 5am) until midnight. Tickets cost € 1,50 or € 3.50 for a Day Pass, but all Torino+Piemonte Card holders travel free on GTT transports. For those reaching the city by car, the park & ride system allows visitors to leave the car in the outer areas of town close to the main communication routes and then take the faster, more relaxing public transport to get to the centre.

The 160 km of reserved paths, 40 km of which is within the urban parks, making Turin
“green” and one of the best cities for cycling and therefore the most eco-friendly in Italy.
Cycle racks are dotted around strategic points of the city for parking bikes, while the bike hire service (half price for Torino+Piemonte Card holders) means that tourists too can enjoy the cycle system and visit the city in a ‘sustainable’ way. One of the classic trails recommended is along the Po and Dora Riparia rivers which not only are the perfect places for peacefully enjoying delightful views but above all for discovering just how closely connected Turin is with its waterways and its mountains and hills.

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Tourist Information

For any tourist information please visit: www.turismotorino.org

Suggestions and must:

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Partners: Izmo cultural organization in partnership with Open INCET.
Management and Coordination: Alessandro Grella, Alberto Rudellat
Workshop tutors and assistant: Giulia Marra, Pasquale Onofrio, Ianira Vassallo, Giuseppe Vinci

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  • The first day lesson (July 20th) will be held at Open INCET (via Cigna 96/17, 10155 – Torino).
    Just use the link to find the direction and public transportation route.

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Info contacts

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Alessandro Grella: +39 328 4838858
Alberto Rudellat: +39 328 2110079

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