PAOLA MENZARDI

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Peruccio, Pier Paolo; Menzardi, Paola; Vrenna, Maurizio (2020)
Designing for territorial revitalization. A diffused art exhibition to foster northwest Italian inner areas. In: Eurau Alicante. Retroactive research in architecture / Sánchez Merina, J., Alicante, Universidad de Alicante. Escuela Politécnica Superior, pp. 190-197. ISBN: 978-84-1302-082-2 Download fulltext
MENZARDI, PAOLA; PERUCCIO, PIER PAOLO (2019)
Design in Digital Cartography. Evolving Landscape Narrative Tools for Territorial Exploration and Enhancement of Local Heritage. In: PAD, vol. PAD #17 Landscape - Art Vs Design, pp. 60-79. ISSN 1972-7887 Download fulltext
Peruccio, PIER PAOLO; Menzardi, Paola; Vrenna, Maurizio (2019)
Transdisciplinary knowledge: A systemic approach to design education. In: DRS Learn X Design 2019: Insider Knowledge, Ankara (TURKEY), 9-12 July 2019, pp. 17-23. ISBN: 978-1-912294-00-8 Download fulltext
Savina, Alessandra; Peruccio, PIER PAOLO; Vrenna, Maurizio; Menzardi, Paola (2019)
The impact of food production on public health: Systemic strategies for a diffused and transversal prevention plan. In: Relating Systems Thinking and Design (RSD7) 2018 Symposium, Torino, October 24-26, 2018, pp. 315-330. ISSN 2371-8404 Download fulltext
Peruccio, PIER PAOLO; Vrenna, Maurizio; Menzardi, Paola; Savina, Alessandra (2018)
From “The limits to growth” to systemic design: Envisioning a sustainable future. In: Diffused Transition & Design Opportunities, Wuxi, Oct. 31st - Nov. 3rd 2018, pp. 751-759. ISBN: 978-952-60-0092-3 Download fulltext
Menzardi, Paola; Peruccio, PIER PAOLO; Vrenna, Maurizio (2018)
Design strategies for enhancing territorial legacy. The case study of a diffused art exhibition to revitalize specific territories in Piedmont region – Italy.. In: EURAU18 alicante RETROACTIVE RESEARCH, Alicante (SPAIN), Sep. 19th - 22nd 2018, pp. 446-451. ISBN: 978-84-1302-003-7 Download fulltext
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