The 12th edition of the Master in Collective Housing (MCH) has started and we have seven months ahead full of experiences and enriching work.
This year we have 31 participants from 17 different nationalities. Architects from Kenya, USA, Mexico, China, Greece, Ecuador, Italy, Peru, Argentina, Colombia, Lebanon, Pakistan, Philippines, Iran, Venezuela, Dominican Republic and Spain start this week their participation in the workshops and modules of the Master, willing to give their best.
These are the names of our MCH'2020 Participats:
For the first time at MCH, the master's programme includes a 5 days 3D printing workshop, taught online in December, and on site in February, by Professor Jonathan Benhamu from ETH Zurich.
The MCH 2020 starts with the specialty Energy & Sustainability, led by Javier García-Germán, followed by some sessions of Housing Theory, which is led by Carmen Espegel. The first workshop of this edition will be led by Andrés Cánovas, Atxu Amánn and Nicolás Maruri.
We encourage our new MCH crew to make the best out of this new edition, work hard and enjoy this experience that has just begun.
The Master of Advanced Studies in Collective Housing is a professional and international postgraduate programme that is developed on a full-time basis, dealing with advanced architectural design in the city and housing. It is designed and taught jointly by the Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM) and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH).
The admission period for MCH2021 opens in February 2020, and it will remain so till 31.12.2020 or until vacancies are filled. The MCH2021 will have two groups, so first participants inscribed will have priority to choose their favourite workshop leaders.