COMMUNICATING COMMUNITIES

Venice

 
 
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Venice like (almost) a local Maria, Simone and Job form VMX Architects joined the team: "After arriving in Venice Wednesday night, Simone, Job and I were ready to join the workshop on Thursday. I think we are very lucky to have Simone in our team, he is a former student at the university of Venice so we are experiencing the city as if we were locals almost! It also felt really nice to be back in the university atmosphere, it made me realize I even miss my student life a little!" "As regards the workshop itself I was pretty impressed by how deep into the topic the students are, they are becoming real Mezzeh experts. It was really interesting to go around the groups and seeing the diversity of the projects and also the different ways the students chose to present them. This is probably the result of having a very diverse group, different nationalities bring different backgrounds that lead to a different approach on the subject. They are very enthusiastic and committed on their tasks so we were able to go around the groups many times during the day seeing a lot of progress being done. We also introduced the final project, a movie, each group will have to make one to present their project and I'm pretty sure those will be very interesting and diverse as well. Can't wait to see them!"

Venice like (almost) a local

Maria, Simone and Job form VMX Architects joined the team: "After arriving in Venice Wednesday night, Simone, Job and I were ready to join the workshop on Thursday. I think we are very lucky to have Simone in our team, he is a former student at the university of Venice so we are experiencing the city as if we were locals almost! It also felt really nice to be back in the university atmosphere, it made me realize I even miss my student life a little!"

"As regards the workshop itself I was pretty impressed by how deep into the topic the students are, they are becoming real Mezzeh experts. It was really interesting to go around the groups and seeing the diversity of the projects and also the different ways the students chose to present them. This is probably the result of having a very diverse group, different nationalities bring different backgrounds that lead to a different approach on the subject. They are very enthusiastic and committed on their tasks so we were able to go around the groups many times during the day seeing a lot of progress being done. We also introduced the final project, a movie, each group will have to make one to present their project and I'm pretty sure those will be very interesting and diverse as well. Can't wait to see them!"

 
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