Alison Brooks, directora creativa de Alison Brooks Architects, ha confirmado su participación como Líder de Taller de la Edición 2021 del Master en Vivienda Colectiva (MCH).
Extracto del perfil del profesor (Inglés):
Alison Brooks is one of the leading architects of her generation. She has developed an international reputation for a multi-award winning body of work since founding the practice in 1996. Born in Ontario, Canada in 1962, she moved to London in 1988 after graduating with a BES and BArch from the University of Waterloo.
Alison has become a public voice for the profession advocating the role of housing as civic building, the resurgence of building craft and the use of timber in architecture. In 2017 Alison was appointed as a Royal Designer for Industry by the RSA and selected as Mayors Design Advocate for London. She was honoured with the 2017 AJ 100 Contribution to the Profession Award giving the keynote speech to the UK’s 100 largest practices.
Named in 2012 by Debrett’s as one of ‘Britain’s 500 Most Influential’, Alison Brooks is the only British architect to have won all three of the UK’s most prestigious awards for architecture: the RIBA Stirling Prize, Manser Medal and Stephen Lawrence Prize. She was awarded 2013 Woman Architect of the Year by the Architect’s Journal in recognition of her work in housing, regeneration and education.
El Máster de Arquitectura en Vivienda Colectiva (Master in Collective Housing) es un programa de postgrado internacional avanzado presentado por la Universidad Politécnica of Madrid (UPM) y el Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) de Zurich.
El plazo de admisión para la edición de 2021 está abierto desde febrero de 2020 y permanecerá abierto hasta 10.02.2021 o hasta que se cubran las últimas plazas.