7,5 Credits, Bachelor's level, Summer Term 2020
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.
Due to the effect of the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19,
changes have been made in the structure of the course.
The course will be given online with three alternatives focuses:
(1) Individual project - the student propose their own topic of
architectural investigation in regards to the Course Syllabus and
Expected Learning outcomes (2) Barranquilla- Public- Economic Space
for Migrant Communities in Colombia and (3) Lesvos Izmir- The
European Refugee Crisis- Designing building and caring for
All alternatives have been adapted to the format of online
distance education instead of on-site-workshops.
The course is given online as distance education. The course
starts on June 15, 2020 and ends on August 23, 2020.
Image on start page: Lucy Landaeta