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Last week the #HOUSETAG event took place at Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura of Madrid, as part of the European Collective Housing research project that it's being developed by the ETSAM Collective Housing research group, led by Professors José María de Lapuerta, Andrés Cánovas and Carmen Espegel. The purpose of it is to compile the most relevant contemporary housing-projects in Europe.


This project is being developed in collaboration with Ministerio de Fomento, DPA-ETSAM, GIVCO, and MCH, and it is aimed to be one of the most relevant references for Housing Architecture in Europe.  The research team is formed by Ismael Amarouch, Rosario Segado, Justo Díaz, Román Sost, Mireia Carrasco, María Campos, Guillermo Pozo and Jon Miranda.  


The #HOUSETAG event was planned to contribute to the research project by categorizing and tagging more than 400 housing projects that are part of the first phase of the research project. The participants of the MCH2019 had the opportunity to check them and highlight the most relevant built housing projects in Europe. They were categorized them with the most suiting Tag. 


The #HOUSETAG event took place in "La Pecera" of the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura, UPM Madrid, on April 8th.  


These are some pictures of it:

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Next edition of the MAS in Collective Housing will start in January 2020, the application period is opened till 31.12.2019 or until vacancies are filled. 
The Master of Architecture in Collective HousingMCH, is a postgraduate full-time international professional program of advanced architecture design in cities and housing presented by Universidad Politécnica of Madrid (UPM) and Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH).  Apply now!
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