Recently, the work of rising Berlin-based maker, Elisa Chieruzzi, particularly caught our attention. A few weeks ago, we published a superb publication of hers, designed jointly with Giovanni Murolo. This time, we introduce individual volume of Elisa, that arose in cooperation with Carlo Bo University and City of Urbino, Italy.
City’s Visual Forms is a research project, which exposes the way citiziens perceive urban structure. Through the publication, Elisa raises the questions of how do we move in the city and how do we value it.
As shares the author herself: “This research aims to consider the shape of a city by analyzing information relevant to the movement and orientation in the urban environment. The project includes a historical overview on the importance of the practice of walking and the relationship between individuals, paths and urban form. It deals with hypothesis of revitalization of the territory, along with interviews, questionnaires, surveys and experiments.”