TECHNE 2 (2011): Technological design
Research and Experimentation

The plan as a project <em>comprehending</em> its process

TECHNE 2 (2011): Technological design

Published 2011-11-02


  • School building assessment,
  • Feasibility study,
  • Masterplanning,
  • Collective intelligence

How to Cite

Ridolfi, G. (2011). The plan as a project <em>comprehending</em> its process. TECHNE - Journal of Technology for Architecture and Environment, 1(2), 96–105.


The article outlines a methodology for the building planning, which is the result of studies and applied research carried out by the author over recent decades for the reorganisation of school networks, intermunicipal multipolar universities, university campuses and parallel experiences for the reshaping of hospital centres and structural healthcare systems on a large scale. The method reproposes the open project and metaproject making its operability topical in light of the recent paradigms of rational methods of practice and the opportunities offered by IT and value management. The aim is to present the project-related nature of the plan as a project comprehending its process, focusing on designing a dynamic and interactive pathway, one that might even be disconnected, capable of highlighting, interacting and composing the majority of material and immaterial resources for the construction of sense and consensus.


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