7,5 Credits, Bachelor's level, Summer Term 2019
This summer course offers the opportunity for architecture
students to immerse in a process-oriented project work and to
explore a site-specific architectural issue. Within the course, we
explore which role architecture can have in relation to social and
environmental aspects in society. Critical reflection and
evaluation of the own work process and the results are important
aspects of the course.
Within the course, you can choose to participate in an
international workshop together with other students or to work on
an individual project. The workshops offered in connection to the
course are held at different locations and lasts for 8 - 13 days.
You will do some individual work before or after the workshops. The
course is assessed through submission of visual material,
documentation of the work process and an individual written
Summer Workshops 2019
For individual projects, the student formulates her or his
research questions, processes and theoretical aspects for the
project based on the conditions presented at the beginning of the
course. The project should relate to the overall theme of the
course, what can the role of architecture be in relation to social
and environmental aspects in society?
The course and tutoring focus mainly on the working process and
research. As a student you will meet the teacher and other students
on the course for tutorials and seminars using the online video
meeting software Zoom. Luciano Landaeta will be the teacher for
students working on individual projects.
There are no mandatory meetings on campus. The course is
assessed through submission of visual material, documentation of
the work process and an individual written report.
The course starts on June 17, 2019 and ends on August 23,
2019. Application deadline was 15 March 2019.