Workshop 1 “Searching for urban patterns” :
It is valuable to search for repetitive spatial configuration patterns at various scales at the edges of historical cities and across case studies; these patterns would assist, as indicators, in further understanding of the spatial, land-use and architectural conditions at historic edges in terms of their interrelation with their surrounding context. Therefore, measuring the connecting features, such as permeability, visual accessibility and the sense of continuity, related to the current urban form, architectural features or a specific series of activities would reveal such urban pattern.
Workshop 2 “Cultural Landscape & design methodology” :
There is Two introductory methodological directions of analysis The first one, concerning a general Theoretical Approach: Landscape is correlated to society and thus to the way perception, hermeneutics, evaluation, representation and formation of place is created by human communities.