Over the 7 months we have had excellent professors who helped me to develop my skills to the edge.
Architects like Anne Lacaton, Andrea Deplazes, Alison Brooks, amongst others, share with the participants contemporary ideas and relevant issues which, approached from different backgrounds, result in a wide variety of concepts and solutions.
MCH not only gave me the opportunity to increase my professional knowledge through each workshop, it also provided an international networking that allowed participants to create and work in architecture from a global perspective.
I believe MCH course is a challenging course for the participants as it helps in the development of a holistic awareness of the topics concerning housing. I feel that it has fulfilled me as it has trained me to self-evaluate my design and trained with critical analysis of my decisions in bringing out the best deliverable.
The value of Collective Housing lies on its capacity to conform the city, it can be donor of its identity.
The MCH created many international contacts with participants and teachers, and through this, allowed me to work in an internationally acclaimed European office.
In this special year because of coronavirus, I appreciated the effort and willingness to rearrange the schedule in a way that would benefit us for ensuring face to face classes for the workshops.
The teachers, education, workshops and attention we received during the Master's program was above and beyond anything I could have expected.
The specialties really take you deep into the topic, you learn a lot of things from the professors and also from classmates.
The MCH program has offered me a complete overview of housing design methods complementing it also with useful specialties related to the housing topic, skills, and tools that have allowed me to increase the quality of my design.
It trained me hard in different contexts with different approaches. In theoretical manners and practical ones.
Given the experimental and reflective approach of the MCH, my participation was a qualitative step.
The Master of Collective Housing is a truly intense course, and the combination of different specialties and workshops lead by recognizable architects and professionals makes the experience unlike anything else.