Meeting of Cesar Campos, Director of FGV Europe, at the Department of Architecture, Built Environment, and Construction Engineering (DABC) of Politecnico di Milano

Yesterday, Cesar Campos, Director of FGV Europe, had a significant meeting at Politecnico di Milano with Professor Gabriele Masera and Professor Massimo Tadi. During the meeting, they introduced him to the innovative and science-based IMM Methodology Lab.

The Integrated Modification Methodology (IMM) is an interpretive approach for applying the principles of Sustainable Development Goal 11 to urban projects. Essentially, it’s a scientific procedure that investigates the built environment across various scales, providing strategic planning and design scenarios. IMM accurately assesses the performance of urban systems based on their morphological structure.

(If you’re interested in learning more about this methodology, you can visit the IMM Design Lab website: IMM Methodology).

Additionally, Campos discussed insights related to the REMIRIO project—an initiative where both FGV Europe and DABC collaborate. The project focuses on sustainable development and technological advancements in the exchange between the municipalities of Rio de Janeiro and Milan.

After the technical meeting, Mr. Campos had the opportunity to visit the offices of Fondazione Renzo Piano, located on the Politecnico di Milano campus. The foundation preserves the legacy of architectural projects by the renowned architect Renzo Piano. (You can explore their work on the Fondazione Renzo Piano website: Fondazione Renzo Piano).

We look forward to fostering positive exchanges through REMIRIO and other forward-looking projects in Brazilian and African cities as well.

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Meeting of Cesar Campos, Director of FGV Europe, at the Department of Architecture, Built Environment, and Construction Engineering (DABC) of Politecnico di Milano
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