[H-verkko] Turku, AACCP workshop: ‘Reformation, regeneration and revitalisation’

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AACCP workshop: ‘Reformation, regeneration and revitalisation’

Turku, Akatemiankatu 1
15.5.2017 klo 14:00 – 18.5.2017 klo 19:00

Architecture, Archaeology and Contemporary City Planning 

The 5th workshop of AACCP, Turku, Finland,May 15th–18th, 2017
‘Reformation, regeneration and revitalisation’

Venue:Geotalo / Geohus / Geohouse, Akatemiankatu 1 / Akademigatan 1, 4th floor

Registration via Konsta 



Monday 15th

14–17 Excursion in the old part of Turku 
Visit to Aboa Vetus & Ars Nova -museum 
Meeting point in the front of Turku cathedral)

19.30–21 Social programme: get-together / icebreaker 
Restaurant 3. Linja, Linnankatu 88 / Slottsgatan 88
Meeting point in front of Turku Castle

Tuesday 16th

9.00–9.15 Registration

9.15–9.30 Opening of the workshop 
Hannu Salmi & Liisa Seppänen, University of Turku, Finland

9.30–10.00 Operations in palimpsest and collage: Site, city, history 
Thomson Korostoff, University of Pennsylvania, US
10.00–10.30 Formation of urban identity and understanding the cultural
in Bozcaada (ancient Tenedos)
Seda Sakar & Serkan Gokalp 
Mersin University Faculty of Architecture, 
Urban and Regional Planning, Turkey


10.30–10.50 Coffee

10.50¬–11.20 Architecture, planning and the relation to the past: 
Examples from Sweden and Italy
Per Cornell, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

11.20–11.50 Bolderaja and Hallonbergen, a comparison of culture and identity 
Anna Frank, Tengbom, Sweden
11.50–12.20 Cemeteries revitalised by local communities - local communities 
revitalised by cemeteries in the post migrant territories of Poland. 
A mutual relation of heritage and society.
Małgorzata Zawiła
Institute for the Study of Religions, Jagiellonian University, Poland

12.20–13.30 Lunch (restaurant Hus Lindman)

13.30–14.00 Meaning and use of transformations in an industrial archaeology 
context in Morelos, Mexico 
Marco Hernández-Escampa & Daniel Barrera-Fernández
Autonomous University Benito Juárez of Oaxaca. Faculty of Architecture 
C.U. Mexico

14.00–14.30 Working class heroes – the industrial in the urban. 
A case study of the city of Drammen, Norway
Cornelis Horn Evensen, Norwegian Institute for Cultural Heritage Research, 

14.30–14.45 Coffee

14.45–15.15 Opposites attract – or don’t? Aspects related to reformation, 
regeneration and revitalization of two squares in Turku 
Liisa Seppänen, University of Turku, Finland
15.15–15.45 Who owns the landscape by night?
Taneli Pyysalo, University of Turku, Finland

15.45–16.00 Discussion, end of first seminar day

16.00–17.30 City walk: destruction, modernization and preservation (free)

19.30–20.00 Visit to a Chapel of Holy Spirit

20.00– Dinner (restaurant Tårget, Linnankatu 3 / Slottsgatan 3)


Wednesday 17th

9.15–9.45 Gothic, Frankish or Crusader? Reconsidering the origins of Gothic 
Alessandro Camiz
Department of Architecture, Girne American University / Faculty of
Design & Fine Arts, Girne American University, Turkey

9.45–10.15 Maya settlement organization in Late Postclassic and Colonial
Time and space in the case of the Ecab.
Per Cornell, Department of Historical Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden 
Adriana Velazques M., INAH-Quintana Roo, Mexico

10.15–10.40 Coffee

10.40–11.10 The Roman villa of San Vincenzino and the “Zuccherificio”: The
revival of forgotten heritages, useful to a community development 
Marcello Casini, Dipartimento di Civiltà e Forme del Sapere, Pisa University
Francesco Maria Listi, DIDA Dipartimento di Architettura, Florence University
(Presenter: Matteo Scamporino)

11.10–11.40 A rewritten city – memories, stories and homes in the Finnish
renewal during 60`s and 70´s
Hannele Kuitunen 
University of Tampere, Finland

11.40–12.10 Regeneration from the Red Tower: a case study of 'who', 'how' and
within the context of locality
Katrina Foxton, University of York, UK

12.10–13.15 Lunch (restaurant Gustavo, Linnankatu 1 / Slottsgatan 1)

13.15–13.45 Photogrammetric survey at the urban scale of Livorno’s fossi
Matteo Scamporrino, Antonio Mati & Laura Montioni, University of Florence 
Giulio Mezzetti, University of Bologna

13.45–14.15 Preserving the heritage from the great urban transformations with
View Management methods and 3D GIS tools. The case of the Livorno’s 
Fortezza Vecchia 
Matteo Scamporrino, University of Florence 
Antonio Mati, University of Florence 
Alessio di Donato, University of Florence

14.45–15.00 Coffee

15.00–15.30 The Hadrian'villa as a place of re-reading' a never lasting
challange enters 
the digital age
Giorgio Verdiani, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy

15.30–16.00 The ancient sewer system in Florence from Beccaria Square to
Macinante Channel: Emissario Poggi. An urban infrastructure from the period of
“Firenze Capitale” 
Giorgia Ceccato, University of Florence, Italy

16.30–c.19.00 City excursion: Kakola: old prison area - new residential area

c. 19.00– Dinner at Kakolanruusu (Rose of Kakola) in the old prison area


Thursday 18th

Excursion to Helsinki 
c. 9.00 – 19.00

Visit to Helsinki Art Museum – Modern Life! exhibition.

Visit to Helsinki City Museum including discussions with archaeologists and
curators on building protection.

Possibility to visit Ateneum (Alvar Aalto exhibition)



The seminar is free of charge and coffee & refreshments are on the house.

You may participate all activities or select the parts you are most interested

To ensure your sear and service we kindly ask you to register by the 7th of May.

Please, register athttps://konsta.utu.fi/Default.aspx?tabid=88&tap=3929  


For further information, please, contact,
Liisa Seppänen

liseppa at utu.fi



The workshop is supported by the city of Turku and by the parish union of Turku
and Kaarina


Tiedustelut: Liisa Seppänen (liseppa at utu.fi), puhelin 0405296789
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