Project 1 (group 1)
Students: Ser Lee Hom, Varbanova Melina, Yang Wen Qing, Zannetti Jackie Kay
The chaotic metropolitan and rapid lifestyle goes to highlight the importance of having a moment in your day to slow down. In view of the quick spread of covid19, it helps demonstrate the unnatural speed of our inhabitants. Now should be time to reflect on our relationship with our lifestyle
Project 2 (group 3)
Students: Aslanova Ksenia, Goldstein Yoel Dan, Ilina Vera
The contemporary city is facing increasingly complex challenges, at a faster pace than ever before. These challenges, from changing climate to increase in population, require a new architectural approach. Inspired by nature’s ability to survive in adverse situations, the video explores the idea of Adaptability, in nature technology and architecture.
Project 3 (group 5)
Students: Forastieri Andrea, Gherardini Giulia, Grafova Eva-Mariya
The main concept of this video is the inclusion of diverse cultures of youth through functions. Although different in cultural background, as humans we all seek interaction. The video highlights this common factor, anchoring the concept of inclusion, and stresses the role of common activities in uniting youth.
Project 4 (group 6)
Students: Chen Yihe, Zhang Runxin, Zou Yihan
This video discusses the conflict between spirituality and substance. In the two extreme scenarios of solitude and chaos described, an alienation of spirituality always exists from the material world, an alienation that leads to the question on how to reach a balance between internal perception and external space.
Project 5 (group 9)
Students: Ravazzani Francesco Antonio, Tufekci Elif Zeynep, Visintini Chiara
The video aims to guide the mind through a conceptual visualization of the window. Starting from what we see on a daily basis, moving onto more peculiar events; all witnessed from a window. All to suggest a reflection on the value and the impact these episodes have on our mind and how the windows allow us to filter reality leaving space for imagination.”