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density intensity resilience-the split case Split, Croatia

The Split Workshop aimed to investigate historically established patters of urban life and capacity of urban fabric and architecture to evolve, using the example of the very core of the ancient city. Focusing at Diocletianʼs Palace and its vicinity, the workshop will attempted to engage salient urban phenomena and issues such as urbanity, everyday life, smallness, density, intensity, creativity, (re)use, recycling, requalification, open space, cultural sustainability. The workshop brings together students and teachers from four universities–three top universities from Eastand South East Asia (Tokyo and Singapore) and the host University of Split. Efforts to explore and experience the city centre will dialecticise local knowledge with the foreignersʼ gaze.