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Lino Cabras, Silvia Farris, Fabrizio Pusceddu

070 Architetti

via La Vega 11, Cagliari, Italy
070 ARCHITETTI have been focused for several years on research and design projects about childhood spaces and innovative learning spaces. Lino Cabras, 1983 Architect - Ph.D. in Architecture. Silvia Farris, 1982, Architect - Ph.D. student in Architecture. Her professional activity is mainly focused on landscape architecture. Fabrizio Pusceddu, 1984, Architect - Ph.D. in Architecture.

Space, perception, learning


Space, perception, learning


Architecture as learning space, where body and mind can find a new balance into a dynamic dimension.
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Starting from the contemporary epistemological vision on the relation between human beings and world, conceived as dynamic process of learning, and referring to the most recent surveys in neuroscience which consider the motor actions interdependent with the mode of operation of the cognitive system, it is possible to explore new ways of interaction between mind, body and space. Space provides affordances - chances of action - that everyone can get as individual opportunities. Space is thus intended as “space of potential actions”, not a background where the actions happen but an active perception-action process. Being aware of this means to identify a new approach to the space design, which is not deterministic. The freedom of action for the users represents a great contribution to the development of the space itself. Our design strategy is aimed to create a flexible space for experimenting the space, with a particular attention to the childhood and learning architectures.


"Water room" Up School Sant'Elena , nursery and pre-school

"Water room" Up School Sant'Elena , nursery and pre-school (Quartu S. Elena-Italy, 2015-2016)

"Cardboard space" Infantes, nursery and pre-school (Cagliari-Italy, 2014-2015).

"Sliding walls" Infantes, nursery and pre-school (Cagliari-Italy, 2014-2015).

"Cardboard space" Infantes, nursery and pre-school (Cagliari-Italy, 2014-2015).

Space, perception, learning


Space, perception, learning


Architecture as learning space, where body and mind can find a new balance into a dynamic dimension.
File under

Starting from the contemporary epistemological vision on the relation between human beings and world, conceived as dynamic process of learning, and referring to the most recent surveys in neuroscience which consider the motor actions interdependent with the mode of operation of the cognitive system, it is possible to explore new ways of interaction between mind, body and space. Space provides affordances - chances of action - that everyone can get as individual opportunities. Space is thus intended as “space of potential actions”, not a background where the actions happen but an active perception-action process. Being aware of this means to identify a new approach to the space design, which is not deterministic. The freedom of action for the users represents a great contribution to the development of the space itself. Our design strategy is aimed to create a flexible space for experimenting the space, with a particular attention to the childhood and learning architectures.


"Water room" Up School Sant'Elena , nursery and pre-school

"Water room" Up School Sant'Elena , nursery and pre-school (Quartu S. Elena-Italy, 2015-2016)

"Cardboard space" Infantes, nursery and pre-school (Cagliari-Italy, 2014-2015).

"Sliding walls" Infantes, nursery and pre-school (Cagliari-Italy, 2014-2015).

"Cardboard space" Infantes, nursery and pre-school (Cagliari-Italy, 2014-2015).


Idea by

Lino Cabras, Silvia Farris, Fabrizio Pusceddu
070 Architetti
via La Vega 11
Cagliari
Italy
070 ARCHITETTI have been focused for several years on research and design projects about childhood spaces and innovative learning spaces. Lino Cabras, 1983 Architect - Ph.D. in Architecture. Silvia Farris, 1982, Architect - Ph.D. student in Architecture. Her professional activity is mainly focused on landscape architecture. Fabrizio Pusceddu, 1984, Architect - Ph.D. in Architecture.